From streams and ponds to rushing rivers and the expansive Great Lakes: Ontario Parks are home to a network of over one million hectares of lakes and rivers. So it’s no wonder that spending time near or on the water is an integral experience at most provincial parks across the province.
We want to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience in our parks and practicing proper water safety is a key component in that.
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Ontario Parks protects not only land, but also a network of over one million hectares of lakes and rivers across the province.
And we want you to be safe while you’re here enjoying them.
Here are some tips to make your next visit a water-safe one:
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Welcome to Sibbald Point Provincial Park, located on Lake Simcoe! Our park is well-known for its wonderful boating, swimming, and fishing (not to mention its beautiful sandy beach!).
Whether you’re a parent, friend, sibling, cousin, or dog, we want you to be safe and wear a PFD when enjoying the water.
Here’s a few water safety reminders. Please read and share:
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We are privileged to work with partner organizations that help us keep our parks protected and accessible for the millions of Ontarians who use them every year.
Now, we would like to look back on 2019, and thank our partners for their contributions and ongoing support.
It’s also a great chance to let you know about the important work that they’re doing in public and behind the scenes. Continue reading How our partners helped us protect our parks in 2019
We all know how important it is to wear a PFD when heading out on the water, but do we all know how to choose the right size?
Here’s how to select a properly fitting PFD for you and your family.
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