Thinking of going camping in Ontario? Or just want to take a day trip to a Provincial Park? Ontario has plenty of Provincial Parks to choose from.
Activities and facilities vary depending upon the particular Provincial Park; before heading out to a Provicinal Park, view a park's details to see what is available.
Fall Colours Reports:
During the Fall months, plan a getaway to one of Ontario's provincial parks to see the leaves change colour. See the Fall Colours Reports for the best places to view the leaves in each provincial park.
Activities: At some parks, activities can include: hiking, biking, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing, wildlife viewing, natural heritage education, backcountry camping, and winter activies.
Facilities: At some parks, facilities can include: onsite park staff, French language services, camping, electic campsites, flush toilets, barrier free access, showers, day use areas, park store, rentals, group camping, playground, visitor centre, boat launch, laundry, roofed accommodations.
Note: When travelling to and from a Provincial Park, it is highly recommended that you have a GPS device to help you navigate to your destination. A GPS is especially important if you will be travelling at dusk or in the evening when road signs and landmarks are difficult to identify on unlit roads and highways. You should also have an
Ontario road map and a fully charged cellular phone (note: no cellular phone coverage in some areas).
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