OP125 logo on top of lookout over lake and forest

Find yourself at Ontario Parks

In honour of our 125th anniversary, we’re delighted to unveil our invitation to find yourself at Ontario Parks.

Wondering which parks are featured in this video?

Keep your eyes peeled for:

Quetico Provincial Park

sunrise over wetland

This world-famous wilderness destination is renowned for its rugged beauty, towering rock cliffs, majestic waterfalls, virgin pine and spruce forests, picturesque rivers and lakes. You can explore the heart of the park for two days, two weeks or two months!

Find yourself at Quetico!

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park


Meet the second highest waterfall in Ontario! The Kaministiquia River has cut deep into the rocks here to reveal 1.6 billion year old fossils at the bottom of the falls!

Find yourself at Kakabeka Falls!

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

kayakers on lake

Keen to visit the high cliffs and lookouts featured in the video? Sleeping Giant’s the park for you.

With over 100 km of incredible hiking trails with spectacular geological features such as the Sea Lion (pictured above) and Tee Harbour (final shot), your visit will be an adventure whether you stay in the campground, backcountry or camp cabins!

Find yourself at Sleeping Giant!

Grundy Lake Provincial Park

hikers on boardwalk

With great hiking trails, canoe/kayak rentals nearby and beaches with smooth rocky shores, it’s no wonder Grundy Lake is a fan favourite.

New to camping? No car? Grundy Lake offers the Learn to Camp program (equipment and lessons provided!), and is a Park Bus destination.

Find yourself at Grundy Lake!

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park

hikers on lookout over river

A favourite with history buffs, summer visitors can experience life at the height of the fur trade by paddling the beautiful Mattawa River a voyageur canoe (as pictured in the video). The park also boasts great hiking trails with scenic views, like the one pictured above.

Find yourself at Samuel de Champlain!

Pancake Bay Provincial Park

bikers on boardwalk

What’s Pancake Bay’s secret? Is it the white, sugary sand? The Caribbean blue-and-turquoise waters? The expansive views across Lake Superior from the beach, or high above from the Edmund Fitzgerald Lookout. It seems to be all of the above and more.

Find yourself at Pancake Bay!

Killarney Provincial Park

ranger on cliffside

This iconic wilderness landscape showcases the wild Georgian Bay Coast of pink granite, the La Cloche Mountains’ white quartzite ridges, and over 50 exceptionally clear, sapphire lakes set among Jack Pine hills.

Find yourself at Killarney!