Ready to shake off the winter blues?
Our friends at Parkbus are all geared up for another season, with new parks added to the 2019 schedule!
On March 20, our team went live at SAIL to answer all of your questions about backcountry camping.
Unfortunately, we ran into some technical difficulties and aren’t able to deliver our promised recording of this event. We’re very sorry to everyone who was hoping to catch the replay.
Instead, we’ve gotten the team together to recap the questions in written form, so we can still share the answers with everyone who couldn’t be there live.
Ever paddled through the hush of the boreal forest at dawn? Watched the sun rise over a network of Canadian Shield lakes?
Whether you prefer canoe, kayak or SUP, Sunset Country is a paddler’s paradise.
Do you sneak a peek at other campers’ set-ups when you walk by? You’ve likely seen some impressive outdoor arrangements – everything from the impeccable glamper pouring himself an espresso with crema, to multi-family groups playing cards by lantern-light under a finely rigged tarp city.
That’s the beauty of camping: you get to decide what kind of camper you want to be. Part of what makes each camping trip feel like a mini-adventure is figuring out what to pack.
To get you ready for your 2017 camping season, we chatted with our friends at MEC, who shared six of the most interesting camping products to jazz up your campsite.
ALLORGANIC® products are now available at participating Ontario Parks Stores at special introductory prices with all proceeds supporting Science & Research projects in Ontario Parks!
Ontario Parks has been honoured with a Marketing Award of Excellence from the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation. Ontario Parks Learn to Camp program won ”best tourism marketing partnership”, which recognizes the achievements of tourism stakeholders that develop a successful partnership with a non-traditional retailer, packaged good company or service provider. In this case, Learn to Camp has several partnerships, which have been instrumental in the success of the Learn to Camp program.