It is not surprising that Robert Bateman chose the woodland caribou as a subject to paint for Ontario Parks. This secretive dweller of the boreal forest is truly a creature of the north. Anyone who sees one of these magnificent creatures in the wild should consider themselves very lucky. Continue reading The Woodland Caribou- A Symbol of Ontario’s North
In a current survey done by Globe Travel, readers were asked where their favourite place is to pitch a tent in Canada. Continue reading Where to Pitch Your Tent in Ontario
If you’re looking for colour, Arrowhead Provincial Park is a great destination this fall! Continue reading New hydro campsites at Arrowhead – just in time for Thanksgiving!
Tom Hanks and Sean Penn are both doing it. And rumour has it Paris Hilton is ready to try it, too. It’s “glamping”. Translation: glamorous camping. It’s trendy and it’s got people thinking, “That’s hot”. Continue reading Glamping… Without the Price Tag
About 200 people helped Ontario Parks celebrate the recent re-opening of the campground at Inverhuron Provincial Park. The guest list included Municipality of Kincardine Mayor Glenn Sutton; local MPP Carol Mitchell; Mike Brown, the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Natural Resources; and Chief Paul Nadjiwan, of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. Past and current campers and Inverhuron staff were also on hand. Continue reading Re-opening of Campground at Inverhuron
Everybody knows it’s nice to arrive at a clean campsite — and most campers make sure they leave their campsites in the same condition. But we all know there are some people who just don’t seem to care where they drop their garbage. Continue reading Rangers, Volunteers clean up mess left behind by slob campers