Need a flashlight? Looking for easy campsite recipes or a trail to hike? How about a new outdoor game for kids? Camping apps have exploded over the last two years. Continue reading There’s an app for that!
Ontario Parks is nature’s classroom. You can Learn to Camp> or choose from a wide range of other learning activities organized by park staff or by Friends of Ontario Parks in 2013: Continue reading 10 things (we bet you didn’t know) about Ontario Parks
Parents interested in the outdoors and family camping have a short window of time before kids’ seasonal jobs and other interests can change family holiday time. Since this is a season of resolutions and the beginning of 2012 vacation planning, here’s a suggested list of 15 things to do with your kids before they turn 15! Continue reading 15 things to do with your kids before they’re 15
A year after the opening of the Killarney Provincial Park Observatory, the park astronomy program is doing very well. In addition to the outstanding Natural Heritage Education programs the observatory has hosted a number of visiting astronomers who have shared their enthusiasm and knowledge of the night skies with the public. Continue reading Astronomy in the Park
If you’re in or near eastern Ontario, one of the best places for star gazing is Charleston Lake Provincial Park near Brockville, Ontario. Amateur star gazers flock to this park’s unique Astronomy Field. Continue reading Learn to star gaze, tag butterflies and more
On Saturday July 17, 2010, Killarney Provincial Park unveiled its new observatory, recognizing 25 years of astronomy in the park. Inside the observatory is a 10 inch Mead LX5 telescope that was donated to the park by astronomer Bruce Waters. Continue reading Stargazing observatory at Killarney Provincial Park