Today’s post comes from Barb Rees, Discovery Program/Marketing Specialist with Ontario Parks’ Northwest Zone.
Ontario Parks is fortunate to be able to both protect and showcase an abundance of natural vistas across the province.
While some locations are relatively easy to access, others will challenge you before rewarding you with their amazing views.
Here are seven of northwest Ontario Parks’ top iconic vistas to discover and explore this season.
Continue reading 7 iconic vistas of northwestern Ontario
Today’s post was written by Kestrel Wraggett, a planning intern from our Northwest Zone.
Did you know that there’s a network of nationally recognized significant waterways all over Canada?
There are 42 Canadian Heritage Rivers within the country, 12 of which are located in Ontario. Two of these designated heritage rivers run through Northwestern Ontario and both are located within the boundaries of provincial parks.
Continue reading The Boundary Waters/Voyageur Waterway: a Canadian Heritage River
Want a fun way to bond with your kids, get some decent exercise and enjoy Mother Nature? Take a hike at Ontario Parks. Here are five parks with hiking trails that are easy day trips from Ontario’s major urban centres:
Looking for a fun fall outing? Here are some fun things to do in Ontario Parks this fall: Continue reading Hike, tag, paint and photograph in Ontario Parks
Did you know that 15 per cent of North American dragonflies are at risk of extinction in the foreseeable future? Many of these beautiful, delicate creatures require high levels of oxygen, associated with free-flowing rivers. Continue reading Help us count Dragonflies!