When it comes to fall, Ontario’s southwest can be overlooked.
While crowds of people flock to Algonquin Provincial Park or the Niagara Escarpment, there are many places elsewhere in the province that showcase the beauty of Ontario’s changing colours.
What better way to see the colours than by tackling a trail? Here are just a few of our best-kept secrets in southwestern Ontario:
Continue reading Fall hiking gems in Ontario’s southwest
Wondering where to go for your summer vacation?
Look no further, because Rondeau Provincial Park might just be the perfect getaway for you and your family!
Located on Lake Erie, Rondeau is a host of incredible biodiversity. There’s plenty to see and do during your trip, and lots to explore, from sandy dunes to beautiful Carolinian forests.
Here are five reasons we think you should plan a trip to Rondeau:
Continue reading 5 reasons to visit Rondeau Provincial Park
Today’s blog was written by Callum Barnes, a Discovery guide at Rondeau Provincial Park.
Established in 1894, Rondeau Provincial Park has been host to many activities and adventures over the years.
One quintessential family activity keeps our visitors coming back for seconds: picnicking.
Picnicking has been a popular activity at the park for generations, all the way back to the early 1900s.
So, how did Rondeau’s picnic boom begin?
Continue reading The history of picnicking at Rondeau
Today’s post comes from Kevin Gevaert, a Discovery Guide at Rondeau Provincial Park.
I am a student Discovery Guide here at Rondeau Provincial Park. This will be my fourth year as an interpreter in the Discovery Program.
Let me tell you about my journey in parks.
Continue reading From schooling to teaching at Rondeau
Last year marked Ontario Parks’ 125th anniversary: 125 years of campfires, hikes, nights under the stars, days at the beach, and unforgettable family memories of the countless visitors who use our beautiful park system.
This year marks two other important anniversaries – Rondeau Provincial Park’s 125th anniversary and 75 years of interpretation in Ontario Parks!
Continue reading Trailblazers of Ontario Parks interpretation
Today’s post comes from Olivia Pomajba, a summer student at Rondeau Provincial Park.
“I hold no terrors in these hands
I am but a vessel to unknown lands
There is nothing to fear but fear itself
Of what, the memory of love or wealth
You will take my hand, make no mistake
A new life starts as you awake.”
— Graham Jones, “Fear of the Unknown”
Continue reading Exploring the fear of the unknown
“Well, everybody knows that the bird is a word.” – The Trashmen
This month’s FREE digital download of a Chestnut-sided Warbler was snapped at Rondeau Provincial Park. Continue reading May’s digital download