Today’s post comes from year-round multispecies angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com.
Fall is the absolute favourite season for many anglers.
It’s no wonder! Although I love summer, I quickly forget I’m missing the heat when fall bass action rolls around.
There are tons of reasons why now is a great time to get out on the water and chase Large-mouth and Small-mouth Bass. Below, I’ve included just a few reasons why you need to get in on some fall bass fishing action, like now!
Continue reading Why you should try fall bass fishing
The leaves are falling, and what was once hidden is now majestically on display.
Don’t count out the month of November as a blasé time to be outdoors; try exploring areas such as the Niagara Escarpment for something to behold.
Continue reading November is the best time to see cool geological formations
Many of our parks hibernate through the winter, but for others, the fun’s just getting started!
From Victorian farmhouses to dryland dogsledding, we’ve got some exciting events this November and December!
Continue reading November/December events at Ontario Parks
This month’s FREE digital wallpaper evokes Lake Superior’s “gales of November.”
Thousands of boats, ships and canoes have been claimed by Lake Superior over the centuries; the Edmund Fitzgerald is simply the most famous.
This photo was snapped on the northern shores of Lake Superior at Neys Provincial Park. If you’re a history buff, consider a 2018 visit to explore Ney’s rich cultural heritage. Explore the remains of POW Camp 100, or stop by the visitor centre (open July/August), which displays an artifact from the Edmund Fitzgerald.
Continue reading November’s digital download
Looking for a killer sweet treat this Halloween season?
This cookie recipe comes straight from the staff at Algonquin Provincial Park!
Round up your little goblins and ghouls and bake some delicious cookies to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Continue reading Algonquin’s favourite cookie recipe
Fall is the perfect time to paddle.
As the temperatures cool there are no bugs and the lakes become less crowded. Plus you can catch some of our beautiful fall colours!
But fall weather can be fickle. Hitting the lake too late, failing to respect weather conditions, or paddling beyond your skill level isn’t just risky — it’s downright dangerous.
We chatted with Paul Smith, Superintendent of Kawartha Highlands Signature Site, to get some top do’s and don’ts for fall paddling safety:
Continue reading Fall paddling safety
Wondering how advanced the Algonquin fall colours are?
We’re posting regular snapshots of key park locations along the Highway 60 corridor to give you an on-the-ground update on fall colour progress.
Continue reading Algonquin fall colours progress report
Many of our in-park Halloween events feature campsite decorating contests.
But certain decorations can be harmful to the environment.
Here’s how you can create a super spooky campsite AND protect Ontario’s ecological integrity at the same time.
Continue reading 9 tips for eco friendly Halloween decor
Imagine walking through the forest during a nice sunny day. You hear birds chirping, see the fall colours rustle in the breeze, and watch squirrels gathering food. We stop; we take pictures; we enjoy.
Now take that same trail at dusk.
You just had a flash of danger.
Continue reading Creatures of the night
Where can you see awe-inspiring fall colours, hike to breathtaking lookouts, and avoid the crowds?
Restoule Provincial Park.
Why not decorate your device with this autumnal gem?
Continue reading October’s digital download