Today’s post comes from Jazmin Gall, a Discovery Student at Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park.
Have you been lucky enough to find your favorite park in Ontario?
What about your favourite campsite?
That one specific site that you return to every summer, your own personal home away from home.
If so, you are one of the many frequenters of our parks that practice site fidelity.
Continue reading Site fidelity: a phenomenon found in animals and in ourselves
Did you know there are parks along Lake Superior’s eastern shore with great salmon fishing? Park staff who fish Superior’s north shore recommend two in particular: Pancake Bay and Lake Superior Provincial Parks. These parks are just forty minutes apart on the northeastern shore between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa off Highway 17 (aka the Trans Canada Highway).
Continue reading September salmon fishing on Lake Superior
This post comes from Kevin Deacon, passionate angler and Head Gate/Park Warden at Sauble Falls Provincial Park.
Fishing is a great experience for anyone, whether you’re looking for a new adventure or you’ve been casting a line for years.
As the summer weather cools down, fall fishing season heats up. Sauble Falls Provincial Park is the perfect place to wet your line and possibly land the big one.
Continue reading Fall fishing at Sauble Falls Provincial Park