With the kids back in school, September is the perfect time to pack a picnic-for-two and spend a day at Ontario Parks. Here are ten parks with romantic picnic areas that are easy drives from Ontario urban centres. Need picnic recipe ideas? Check this Park Blog post, Park picnic recipes and tips. Continue reading Fall picnics are for lovers
Algonquin Provincial Park is famous for its fall colours and gets lots of visitors at this time of year. So we asked the park staff for five tips for fall-colour viewing. Here’s what they tell us: Continue reading 5 fall colours tips for Algonquin Provincial Park
Barry Wojciechowski is one of several professional photographers who delivers photo workshops in Ontario Parks as part of the Giant Digital Photography Workshops partnership. He provided the Parks Blog with these quick tips for taking great panoramic pictures Continue reading Fall colour photography tips
No bugs, temperatures that are just right and lots of trails to choose from. Ontario Parks offer the perfect fall hikes. Trails range in length and degree of difficulty and are available for any level of hiker. Best of all, they’ll lead you to some of Ontario’s best fall colour views. Continue reading Fall hikes in Ontario Parks
Environment Canada predicts warm temperatures for Ontario this fall. That’s good news for beach lovers. Beach crowds are gone and the lake views are something else. Distances between Ontario Parks in southwestern Ontario along lakes Huron and Erie are short. Continue reading Beach Lovers And Fall Colours
The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report is LIVE at http://www.ontarioparks.com/fallcolour . Check the report often. It is updated as colours change. Here are some of the best fall colour vantage points in Ontario Parks: Continue reading Fall Colour Vantage Points In Ontario Parks
Spectacular fall colours, cool nights, and sunny days – with no mosquitoes or black flies – make autumn a great time of year to visit a provincial park. Continue reading Autumn Is Show Time In Southern Ontario Parks
Spectacular fall colours, cool nights, and sunny days – with no mosquitoes or black flies – make autumn a great time of year to visit a provincial park. Continue reading Autumn Is Show Time In Ontario’s Northern Ontario Parks
Have you checked out the Ontario Parks Fall Colours Report? This report tells you where colours are reaching their peak across the province, and what autumn adventures are waiting for you. Continue reading Visit Ontario Parks for Spectacular Fall Colours!
Online Fall Colour Report Helps With Autumn Vacation Plans
If you want to see nature at its finest, there’s no place like this. Head out to one or more of Ontario’s provincial parks this season for the best in fall colour viewing opportunities.
Ontario Parks has developed an online tool to help you know when the colour is at its peak. The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report gives up-to-date information on the percentage of leaves that have changed colour, which colours are dominant and where to find the best views in Ontario’s provincial parks. Visit www.OntarioParks.com and click on the Fall Colour Report link.
Continue reading Come To Ontario Parks For Spectacular Fall Colour