30x30 Challenge

Join us in August for the 30x30 Challenge

30x30 Challenge

Learn to Camp

New to Camping? Try the Learn to Camp Program

Learn to Camp

Backcountry Maps in the Online Store

Planning a Backcountry Camping Trip?

Our online store has a selection of backcountry/paddling route maps

Maps at the Online Store

Is your favourite park making you sneeze?

Lakeside DaisyFor those who suffer from asthma or allergies, the warmer weather and park visits can sometimes mean running nose, watery eyes or breathing difficulties. It’s time for a quick pollen lesson to better equip you to take control of your breathing. Pollen grains are tiny particles given off by trees, grass and weeds. Wind-pollinated plants … Continue reading Is your favourite park making you sneeze?

Front crawl, butterfly, and backstroke your way to better health

Front crawl, butterfly, and backstroke your way to better mental and physical healthWhether you walk through the waves or jump off the dock, there’s no better way to cool off than going for a swim. This summer, as you escape the sweltering heat in one of Ontario’s lakes, think about these head-to-toe benefits your body is receiving from that dip: Benefits for your brain Relaxes: Floating in … Continue reading Front crawl, butterfly, and backstroke your way to better health

Fishing memories await at Big Rideau Lake

Ashley holding fishToday’s post comes from year-round multi-species angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com. For a year, I rented a home just 10 minutes from Murphys Point Provincial Park. Living so close to the park, I spent lots of time exploring Big Rideau Lake. I even did a bit of hiking on the park trails with my … Continue reading Fishing memories await at Big Rideau Lake