Camping doesn’t always have to involve driving a far distance to pitch a tent.
RVing allows you to experience the beauty of Ontario’s fall colours with more of the comforts of home.
In southeastern Ontario, there are many great RVing opportunities nearby. You can find your adventure by RV at several different parks close to city centres and along major travel routes.
Continue reading Fall RVing in southeastern Ontario
With beautiful weather and stunning fall colours on the way, there couldn’t be a better weekend to enjoy fall in a provincial park.
Plenty of RV-friendly electrical sites are available around the province! Why not try somewhere new?
Scout out your ideal campsite on our reservation service (including pictures of most campsites!), or check out these featured campsites (available as of 3:00 p.m. on September 29, 2021): Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: October 1-3
Does the cold weather have you dreaming of sunny days on the beach and warm nights by the campfire?
Thanks to our five-month advance booking window, you can lock down your July campsite early!
Here’s a list of 10 parks sure to chase away the midwinter blues:
Continue reading Reserve your Canada Day campsite early!
The time to strengthen and rediscover our connection to nature is now! Get outside and reconnect at one of these feature campsites.
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 noon on July 18, 2019):
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: July 19-21
Today’s post comes from year-round multispecies angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com.
A few years back I helped run a bass fishing tournament on Sharbot Lake. As an event organizer, I didn’t get a chance to fish there, but I saw some nice-sized bass being weighed-in (and released, of course).
This summer I finally set out to spend some time exploring and fishing at Sharbot Lake Provincial Park to see if I could find some monster bass of my own!
Continue reading Summer bass fishing at Sharbot Lake Provincial Park
Whether you’re conquering a rocky scramble or taking a leisurely stroll across a boardwalk, we’ve got the perfect trail for you.
How many of these must-see trails from around the province have you explored?
We’re asking everyone to do their part to minimize the risk to yourself and others by following all public health advice, including physical distancing, and only engaging in outdoor activities close to where you live.
Continue reading 14 must-see Ontario trails
In 2020, we have hundreds of wonderful female employees in Ontario Parks. But it wasn’t always this way.
Some hardworking women helped pave the way for opportunities for women in management positions. Here are the stories of two women who have the honour of being the “first” in their respective roles.
Continue reading Female firsts in Ontario Parks
It’s a beautiful weekend to go camping! Get outside and enjoy the warmer weather at one of these featured campsites.
You’ll find yurts, cabins and electrical campsites in this week’s preview. Why not beat the summer crowds and get away for the weekend?
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 9:00 am on June 15, 2017):
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: June 16-18
Summer has officially begun!
Taking your RV on a road-trip this St. Jean Baptiste Day weekend? A lot of parks still have lots of campsites available — including some great waterfront spots to provide the perfect spot for the first swim of the summer.
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 noon, June 23):
Continue reading Campsite vacancy highlights: June 24-26
How do birds cope with our increasingly noisy world?
The world is a noisy place, and that can pose problems for animals that depend on hearing each other’s sounds to find out about food, predators, and mates. Many species of mammals, birds, fish, and frogs produce louder, longer, or higher-pitch calls in noisy places, to be heard above the noise. But those altered sounds may not be good enough – they may not travel as far or convey the same information as normal songs.
Continue reading Noise annoys