Not ready to say goodbye to summer?
Neither are we.
Fall arrives late in this part of the province, which means campers can extend their fair-weather excursions all through October!
Book a relaxing and rejuvenating midweek getaway at one of these parks:
Continue reading Fall camping in southwestern Ontario
In today’s post, the Chairdog of the Ontario Barks committee shows us his favourite parks to take a W-A-L-K!
Nothing gets my tail wagging faster than seeing my humans pack their bags for a park adventure!
I know that’s true for you too, my furry friends.
But with 340 provincial parks, how do we let our humans know which one deserves an outstanding round-of-a-paws from the Ontario Barks committee?
With this top five list, of course. Show this to your human to make your next W-A-L-K extra special!
Continue reading 5 dream dog destinations at Ontario Parks
If you’re looking for a quiet campground with private sites and a relaxing atmosphere, put Selkirk Provincial Park on your destination list.
Just 15 minutes east of Port Dover, Selkirk is ideal for families with young children, RV owners, and anyone who enjoys the quiet side of life. The park offers sun, space, and plenty to do.
Continue reading 5 reasons to visit Selkirk Provincial Park
Have you had enough camping already this year?
Nope, we haven’t either! That’s why several of our parks are offering extended seasons this fall.
Read on to find out where you should book your fall getaway:
Continue reading Extended fall camping at five southwest parks
Did you know you can book a group campsite online? Twelve parks in southwestern Ontario are participating in a pilot project aimed at making group camping easier.
You can reserve group sites at these 12 parks through our central call centre service or online as easily as you would a regular car camping site.
Continue reading Group camping reservations now online