Appreciate the rocky Canadian Shield and spot sparkling blue lakes.
Halfway Lake is a hiker’s paradise!
Decorate your devices with this month’s FREE digital download featuring Halfway Lake Provincial Park.
Go on, read this blog to take a closer look at this wonderful park!
Throughout 2022, we’re sharing a free downloadable graphic for you to use as wallpaper for your favourite devices. We’ve specially sized these images for your computers, tablets, smartphones, and Facebook covers.
Continue reading August’s digital download
Grundy Lake Provincial Park is one of those places you have to experience in person.
It sounds nice on paper — scenic lakes, sandy beaches, tall pine forests, and lots of great campsites.
But when you start to explore, those features come to life. This is a park that’s more than the sum of its parts.
Continue reading 5 reasons to visit Grundy Lake Provincial Park
Happy World Wetlands Day! Today we celebrate the important ecological contributions of wetlands.
Wetlands, like the one pictured above, come in many shapes, types, and sizes. In today’s post, Mark Read, chief park naturalist at Murphys Point Provincial Park, takes us on a journey through one of the wetlands you may find at our parks.
Continue reading Life in a vernal pool in Ontario
In today’s post, Zone Ecologist Corina Brdar shares the exciting restoration story that’s been unfolding at Darlington Provincial Park.
There’s nothing like seeing an idea turn into reality, is there?
Especially when the idea is an enormous one, and it takes tons of cooperation from all kinds of players.
Continue reading Darlington’s daring wetland restoration
2017 was a remarkable year at John E. Pearce Provincial Park. Not only did the park celebrate its 60th anniversary, but it was also the grand opening of a multi-year wetland restoration project and Wetland “Storey” Trail.
Continue reading Wetland restoration wins big at John E. Pearce Provincial Park!
World Wetlands Day is the perfect opportunity to introduce our newest provincial park: Brockville Long Swamp Fen!
Continue reading Introducing our newest provincial park: Brockville Long Swamp Fen