These campsites are electric! We have vacancies across the province. We’re into the last few official days of summer. Make the most of it and head outdoors!
Scout out your ideal campsite on our Campsite Browsing/Reservation tool (including pictures of most campsites!), or check out these featured campsites (available as of 10:00 am. on September 19, 2019):
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: September 20-22
Hi, I’m Carolyn, and I’m popping in on the Ontario Parks blog to highlight some of my favorite provincial parks that you can visit throughout the fall, which I think is one of the best times to travel in Ontario.
Please read on as we road-trip around Ontario:
Continue reading Road-tripping through fall at Ontario Parks
Cooler weather. No bugs. The pumpkin pie aroma wafting from your campfire, and the warmth of hot chocolate in your hands. It must be fall camping season!
These six parks will be extending their camping season this year:
Continue reading Extended fall camping at six parks
Sandbanks Provincial Park is one of the busiest parks in the province, welcoming over 750,000 visitors every summer!
At peak times, visitors might wait over two hours just to make it inside the gate. Many weekends, Sandbanks hits capacity and can’t welcome any more visitors until later in the day.
We really hate to turn away visitors, especially knowing many have driven several hours to get here.
Planning a trip to Sandbanks? Check out our top tips for a fun and frustration-free visit:
Continue reading How to beat the crowds at Sandbanks
Beaches can be an accessibility challenge for park visitors using walkers or wheelchairs. Because of the soft sand, wheels and legs of walkers can sink in, making them tough to maneuver.
As a part of our commitment to making parks as accessible as possible, more parks are offering beach accessibility measures to help visitors explore our shorelines.
Continue reading Beach accessibility at Ontario Parks
Today’s post comes from Erica Seely, a Discovery Guide at Sandbanks Provincial Park.
Landscapes change drastically with the seasons and spring is a great time to visit Sandbanks’ pannes — as long as you don’t mind getting your feet wet!
Continue reading Water, water everywhere
Spring temperatures can be tough to predict, which is what makes April a great month to stay in a cabin or yurt! Whether it rains, snows or shines, you’ll have a cozy homebase for your outdoor adventures.
Don’t see your favourite park? Reminder that many parks, such as Arrowhead, Silent Lake and Windy Lake, close after March Break to prepare for the spring camping season.
Accommodations featured below were available as of 12:00 pm, March 18, 2019.
Continue reading April vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
March may be your last chance for a winter adventure!
Stay warm and cozy in one of our roofed accommodations. Many cabins, cottages and yurts are available all month, especially for midweek visitors!
Accommodations featured below were available as of 11:00 am, February 19, 2019.
Continue reading March vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
Why not celebrate this Valentine’s Day with a romantic getaway at a provincial park?
Stay warm and cozy at Ontario Parks this February in one of our roofed accommodations! We’ve got lots of cabins, cottages and yurts available all month, especially for midweek visitors!
Accommodations featured below were available as of 1:00 pm, January 15, 2019.
Continue reading February vacancy highlights (roofed accommodation)
If you love to cross-country ski, snowshoe, skate or simply explore the outdoors with your significant other, Ontario Parks has a romantic winter adventure for you.
Rent a cozy cabin, cottage or heated yurt at one of seven parks that offer winter accommodation. Pro tip? Book mid-week if you can. That’s when you’ll find the best availability.
Continue reading Romantic winter adventures worth travelling for