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It's Healthy Parks Healthy People Day! Strike a pose in some amazing scenery. Start your morning with yoga at 9:30 am to get your body moving.
Free day-use at all Ontario Parks. We are opening our doors to everyone in Ontario; there will be no charge for day-use visitation during the celebration (except our pool). Bronte Creek Provincial Park is hosting events and activities that encourage people to visit parks and be active. Explore the park, sample our facilities and services or enjoy a fun event in a great natural setting!
More detailed information will be posted on our Facebook page closer to the date.
2020 activities are currently in development.
The 2019 line up was:
Pilates,Yoga, Guided Meditation, Learn to Disc Golf, Slackline, Hikeyoga,Learn to Camp, Friends of Bronte Creek activities.
Nature Centre and Spruce Lane Farm
*Additional charge per person applies for pool access open 11am - 6pm weather permitting.
Daily Vehicle fee has been waived for today only at ALL Provincial Parks.
The daily pool entry fee, equipment rental and camping fees still apply.
Yes, the park will be open on January, 1st for you and your family to enjoy a hike... your #FirstDayHike.
Start the New Year on the right foot, by getting a jump start burning off those extra holiday calories in the great outdoors!
We hope that this First Day Hike will encourage you and your and family to not only welcome the coming year, but to resolve to spend more time in the outdoors, exercising and connecting with nature.
Don’t forget to tag us when you share photos of your #FirstDayHike!
It's that time of year again! Healthy Parks Healthy People (HPHP) Day encourages both campers and the public to get out and enjoy what Ontario Parks have to offer. With free day-use all day (8:00AM-10:00PM) there's no reason not to enjoy the activities and programs throughout the day. Watch out on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) for a detailed schedule of the day's events!
Join us for various activities throughout the day in celebration of Healthy Parks Healthy People day.
Supported by the Friends of Murphys Point Park, Chuck Commanda has spent the last 2 weeks building an Algonquin-style Wigwas Tchiman (birchbark canoe) from scratch. Join us at the Main Beach for a small-scale closing ceremony, followed by the long-anticipated launch. You can actually own this year's build so be sure to bring along some cash and pick up a raffle ticket - the proceeds of which will go towards future Indigenous programs.
Pre-register at the gatehouse (or call 613-267-5060) for this limited capacity 1.5 hour guided hike down the Silver Queen Mine trail and into an early 1900s mica mine. Please allow 10 minutes driving time from the main campground to the Lally Homestead. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes, hard hats supplied! Valid camping or day-use permit required.
Today is Healthy Parks, Healthy People Day across all Ontario Parks and that means free day use for all! Watch this space for a range of activities over the day and/or check the weekly events calendar posted around the park.
Write yourself a nature prescription and start your weekend early with FREE day-use entry to Pinery! Hike, bike, swim, paddle or participate in art, fitness, nature or conservation activities!
For more information please see our posted activity sheet on the Friends of Pinery Website.
We're looking forward to seeing you!
Reserve your site as early as 5 months in advance for this popular family event.
Free day-use at all Ontario Parks. We are opening our doors to everyone in Ontario; there will be no charge for day-use visitation during the celebration. Parks across the province will offer events and activities that encourage people to visit parks and be active. Explore a new park, sample our facilities and services or enjoy a fun event in a great natural setting!
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July 17, 2020
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