Applications for the 2023 season are open! Read on to learn about how you can spend your summer with Ontario Parks.
Calling all Ontario students!
Do you enjoy the outdoors and have an appreciation for Ontario’s natural and cultural resources?
Are you self-motivated, with a positive attitude and a desire to learn?
Do you enjoy working and interacting with the public?
Then this is the job for you!
Don’t miss the opportunity to apply for a position as a student park ranger with Ontario Parks this summer.
Continue reading How to become a park ranger at Ontario Parks
Ontario Parks staff tackle a huge array of tasks and challenges.
Our days are diverse. You might find us researching rare species, applying First Aid to injured guests, maintaining safe and healthy water systems, building a boardwalk, or welcoming families to a busy campground.
We’re stewards of our province’s most treasured natural resources. We’re educators, instilling a love of nature in new generations of Ontarians.
Internationally, World Ranger Day celebrates their wonderful work protecting our parks, and commemorates park rangers killed or injured in the line of duty in park organizations with high-risk activities.
We’re proud to keep our parks safe and welcoming to visitors, while protecting our amazing natural world.
Take a look at just a few of our everyday heroes:
Continue reading Happy World Ranger Day
Welcome to our “5 Questions” series! We chat with park staff around the province to give you an inside look at what it’s like to work at Ontario Parks.
Jason Lorbetskie has worked as a backcountry ranger in Algonquin Provincial Park for over 17 years. He is currently a Group Leader for Operations South, where his job duties include supervising other rangers, maintaining trails and campsites, and assisting with all facets of the backcountry program.
Continue reading 5 questions with a backcountry ranger