Imagine spending the holiday season surrounded by snow and the sound of silence.
Get away from the hustle and bustle, and enjoy some quality time in nature with our roofed accommodations! We’ve got lots of cabins, cottages, and yurts available all month, including many weekend openings.
Accommodations featured below are available as of noon, November 15, 2018.
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Today’s post comes from Chris Stromberg, Acting Backcountry Operations Specialist at Quetico Provincial Park and Coordinator for the Heart of the Continent.
This August, backcountry and wilderness ranger crews from Quetico Provincial Park and the Kawishiwi Ranger District of the Superior National Forest joined forces to maintain and improve a number of shared portages along the Canada/US border near Carp Lake and Knife Lake.
Continue reading Portage partnership at Quetico Provincial Park
Today’s post was written by Jill Legault, Quetico Provincial Park‘s history buff and information specialist.
The ability to fly to otherwise inaccessible locations in Quetico Provincial Park revolutionized park operations in the 1930s.
Suddenly, winter supplies could be flown in to ranger cabins, poacher’s tracks could be seen from the air, forest fire management drastically improved, and American tourism increased.
Continue reading Bush planes in Quetico Provincial Park
Imagine spending a crisp autumn night under the stars in a heated yurt. Or why not watch a thunderstorm roll in across Lake Ontario from your waterfront cottage?
Get warm and cozy in a provincial park this November in one of our roofed accommodations!
Accommodations featured below are available as of noon, October 15, 2018.
Continue reading November vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
Big plans for Thanksgiving weekend?
Why not cook your turkey in a park, or dress up for one of our Halloween events?
Fall is the perfect season for a quick weekend getaway, and we’ve got some great campsites available all across the province (available as of 12:00 pm on October 3, 2018).
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: October 5-8
Much of Ontario is approaching the weekend expecting that perfect fall weather with sunny skies and crisper temperatures.
Why not book a getaway and experience this gorgeous time to be outside? We’ve got waterfront and electrical campsites available all over Ontario (available as of 12:00 pm on September 20, 2018):
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The forecast is looking good for this weekend, so why not spend it outside?
We’ve got a slew of waterfront campsites available, PLUS some parks even have unbooked cabins (available as of 12:00 pm on September 6, 2018).
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: September 7-9
We’re in the last weeks of summer. Make the most of it by heading out on an impromptu weekend camping getaway!
We’ve got some beautiful sites available, including electrical sites in southern Ontario, and a lakeside cabin nestled in the forest (available as of 12:00 pm on August 23, 2018).
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: August 24-26
Today’s post comes from Barb Rees, Natural Heritage Education/Marketing Specialist with Ontario Parks.
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to paddle and camp for a minimum of three consecutive nights in each of Quetico, Wabakimi and Woodland Caribou Provincial Parks by October 15, 2019.
Why? Read on. We list the top ten reasons why you can’t miss out on the Northwest Wilderness Quest.
Continue reading Top 10 reasons to paddle the Northwest Wilderness Quest