Thu. Feb 29th, 2024

In honor of our 125th anniversary, we are delighted to present our invitation to meet you 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 natural destination is known for its rugged beauty, towering rock cliffs, majestic waterfalls, pristine 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 in Quetico!

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park


Get to know the second tallest waterfall in Ontario! The Kaministiquia River has dug 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 the lake

Do you want to visit the high cliffs and viewpoints that appear in the video? Sleeping Giant is the park for you.

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

Find yourself at Sleeping Giant!

Grundy Lake Provincial Park

hikers on the boardwalk

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

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New to camping? Without car? Grundy Lake offers the Learn to Camp program (equipment and lessons provided!) and is a Park Bus destination.

Meet at Grundy Lake!

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park

hikers looking at the river

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

Find yourself at Samuel de Champlain!

Pancake Bay Provincial Park

cyclists on the promenade

What is the secret of Pancake Bay? Is the sand white and sugary? The blue and turquoise waters of the Caribbean? Expansive views of Lake Superior from the beach or high up at the Edmund Fitzgerald Overlook. It appears to be all of the above and more.

Find yourself at Pancake Bay!

Killarney Provincial Park

ranger on the cliff

This iconic wilderness landscape showcases the wild pink granite shoreline of Georgian Bay, the white quartzite ridges of the La Cloche Mountains, and more than 50 exceptionally clear sapphire lakes nestled among the Jack Pine Hills.

Meet in Killarney!