Today’s post comes from Laura Myers, a Learning and Education Leader with Ontario Parks’ Northwest Zone.
Nestled under tall pines beside French Lake, Quetico’s Provincial Park’s Log Cabin provides a quintessentially Quetico experience with the comforts and convenience of home.
Here are seven reasons the Log Cabin is the ultimate winter getaway:
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Ontario Parks has some pretty cool events every year and Bronte Creek Provincial Park’s legendary Maple Syrup Festival is right up there on the cool-o-meter.
Yes, folks: fresh Ontario maple syrup will be flowing over pancakes, bacon and more as visitors get set to celebrate an annual spring tradition.
Fresh air, maple taffy, and loads of fun await visitors of all ages!
Continue reading 6 reasons to visit the Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival this March
Every March, cross-country skiers of all abilities descend on Quetico Provincial Park and the nearby town of Atikokan for the Cross Quetico Tour.
Normally known for its world-class wilderness canoeing opportunities, Quetico’s interconnected waterways become a winter venue for a ski adventure like no other.
Continue reading The Cross Quetico Tour: a true winter adventure
March may be your last chance for a winter adventure!
Stay warm and cozy in one of our roofed accommodations. Many cabins, cottages and yurts are available all month, especially for midweek visitors!
Accommodations featured below were available as of 11:00 am, February 19, 2019.
Continue reading March vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
Today’s post comes from Christine Terwissen, a biologist intern from our Southeast zone.
Lynx can be thought of as the “king” of winter animals. Their thick fur allows them to remain active all winter.
Continue reading Winter royalty: the Canadian Lynx
Family Day is the perfect opportunity to get your loved ones outdoors for a winter adventure.
Here are some exciting happenings at Ontario Parks this Family Day weekend:
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Ever feel like you’ve wandered into the heart of a fairy tale?
From snow-topped mountains to sparkling ice crystals, Ontario’s natural world is the perfect setting for romance.
And this list of our favourite spots is sure to make your heart flutter…
Continue reading 6 romantic spots in Ontario Parks
Valentine’s Day can be about more than roses and champagne.
Why not surprise your loved one(s) with a trip to the great outdoors? It’s a great opportunity to get in touch with nature and spend some quality time together.
If you’re not sure where to go, we’ve got you covered! Take a look at some of the romantic activities here at Ontario Parks:
Continue reading 7 ideas for romantic in-park dates
Welcome to the Ontario Parks “Eyes on the Skies” series. This “space” will cover a wide range of astronomy topics with a focus on what can be seen from the pristine skies found in our provincial parks.
The month of February brings the promise of both warmer weather and clearer skies. So grab a cup of tea or hot chocolate, bundle up, and spend the day outdoors.
And when the sun goes down and the stars start to shine, don’t forget to head back out to enjoy the season’s beautiful night skies!
Here are our astronomical highlights for February:
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Today’s post comes from Bob Elliott, Superintendent of the winter wonderland that is Lake Superior Provincial Park. Please note: so far in 2019, no ice caves are present.
Every so often, the winters around Lake Superior are cold enough to freeze the waters of Gitchee Gumee, providing a magical opportunity to walk on the ice of the world’s largest freshwater lake (by surface area).
Continue reading A winter wander along a frozen Lake Superior