Ontarians Encouraged To Explore Provincial Parks
McGuinty Government Promotes Outdoor Activities
This summer, Ontario is encouraging new residents, tourists and others to visit a provincial park.
Getting outdoors to explore a provincial park is a great way to celebrate Ontario's diverse natural wealth. It is also an economical way to enjoy new experiences with family and friends. New visitors will discover:
- beautiful scenery including cascading waterfalls, sand dunes and boreal forests
- events for all ages including campfire storytelling, musical performances and art shows, nature workshops and organized beach activities
- services and facilities including playgrounds for kids, boat launches, canoe rentals, covered picnic shelters and barbecues, campsites and cabins.
- Find out about camping information, services and facilities, fees and special events in Ontario Parks.
- See the 2010 Ontario Parks Guide or get a printed copy by calling 1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746).
- Reserve a campsite by calling 1-888-ONT-PARK (1-888-668-7275) between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. EST daily or booking online.
- Enjoy The Water At Ontario Parks.
- Geological Gems At Ontario Parks.
- Ontario Parks for History Buffs.
- Ontario's Bird Watching Parks.
- Scenic Views At Ontario Parks.
- Visit For A Day Or Camp At Ontario Parks.
“This summer, leave the city behind and try something new. Ontario has over 300 provincial parks for you and your family to choose from. Explore somewhere new, go for a swim, go fishing, barbecue outdoors, take in a scenic view or just unwind under a tree - at Ontario parks, anything is possible and there is something for everyone,”