Monthly Archives: February 2011

Wheatley Provincial Park – Most Southern Ontario Parks Campground

Wheatley Provincial Park is the most southern campground in the Ontario Parks system. In fact, Point Pelee National Park, which is the most southern point in Canada, is just a short drive away. The impression that you get when entering … Continue reading

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Point Farms Provincial Park – Camping on a Bluff

You can’t go wrong with camping at any provincial park along the Lake Huron shoreline because they all offer nice beaches and sunsets. Point Farms Provincial Park is one of those parks and it features a bluff along the shoreline.  Environment: … Continue reading

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Lake Superior Provincial Park – North Eastern Ontario at its Best

Of all of the provincial parks that I have camped at in Ontario, I would have to say that Lake Superior Provincial Park gets my vote, along with Killarney as being among the most scenic provincial parks in the province. … Continue reading

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Earl Rowe Provincial Park – A Good Park for Glamping

Earl Rowe Provincial Park is a busy park in the Ontario Parks system, even though it doesn’t fit the traditional Ontario Parks model of being situated in a natural environment containing: beautiful lakes, extensive forests, rocks or beaches. Earl Rowe … Continue reading

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Grundy Lake Provincial Park – A Great Park that is Often Overlooked

Grundy Lake Provincial Park is one of my favourite parks in the Ontario Parks system. Usually there are always some campsites available throughout the summer. It seems that other nearby provincial parks such as Killbear, Killarney and the French River … Continue reading

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Sibbald Point Provincial Park – A Nice Beach on Lake Simcoe

Sibbald Point Provincial Park is one of the busiest parks in the Ontario Parks system, receiving approximately 288,000 visitors in 2009. Sibbald Point receives a lot of visitors because it is only 90 kilometres from downtown Toronto. The park has … Continue reading

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MacGregor Point Provincial Park – Huron Hiking and Biking

MacGregor Point Provincial Park is a remarkable park because it doesn’t have a spectacular natural environment, however it is well designed and offers lots of activities and plenty of good campsites.  Environment: MacGregor Point is located on the Lake Huron … Continue reading

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