Ontario is blessed with spectacular wildflowers and spring is the time to see them in Ontario Parks. Especially before leaf-out.
With a little help from our friends…
In celebration of their 20 year anniversary, Friends of Lake Superior planted 250 white pine and white spruce trees in the Agawa Bay campground of Lake Superior Provincial Park. Continue reading 20th Anniversary of Niijkiwenhwag – Friends of Lake Superior
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
April showers bring May flowers. Spring is a fantastic time for a walk in an Ontario park, especially before leaf-out. Continue reading Spring wildflowers at Ontario Parks
Ontario Parks is thrilled to be working with the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership and Tourism Toronto to bring China Travel Channel to Ontario again this summer. Last year’s joint promotion included Algonquin Provincial Park. This year two families are travelling to Ontario. Continue reading China Travel Channel Filming 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 Ontario’s Northern Ontario Parks
My family has been going to Sandbanks since before I was born and I am now 28 and have continued the tradition every summer, but the most memorable summer was in 1996. I met the man of my dreams on the beach that hot, hot summer. Jason and I had both “grown up” in the park. Every summer since I was 13, I can remember a group of boys that always seemed to be sleeping on the beach, but they didn’t even notice me. Continue reading Thanks for the memories! Part 5
When you visit Ontario Parks this season, be on the lookout! You may just spot our new little — and we mean little — vehicle. It’s a “smart fortwo” coupe, from Ontario Parks’ newest corporate partner, Mercedes-Benz of Canada. Continue reading Ontario Parks gets smart!