Ontario Provincial Parks

Polar Bear Provincial Park

Remote, and accessible only by air, Ontario’s largest and most northerly park features unspoiled low-lying tundra. Sub-arctic conditions prevail in the park, which is the domain of woodland caribou, moose, marten, fox, beaver, goose, black bear, and polar bear. Seals,...

Bonnechere River Provincial Park

A scenic stretch of the Bonnechere River known historically as the “Little Bonnechere” connects Bonnechere Provincial Park, on the shores of Renfrew County’s Round Lake, with Algonquin Park to the north. In the 1800’s the valley echoed with the sounds of tall pines...

White Lake Provincial Park

White Lake, a 6,500 hectare lake, is one of the largest lakes on the Lake Superior Circle Route. Very good fishing for Walleye and Northern Pike. Great place to swim, with warm waters and sandy beaches. Interpretive programs featuring the natural/cultural heritage of...

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

Sturgeon Bay offers car camping on 81 campsites. Many campsites offer electrical hook-up. Amenities such as water taps and toilets are nearby. Laundry facilities and showers are available on the cabin side of the park, a short distance away. Swimming, boating,...

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

Wasaga Beach is not only the longest freshwater beach in the world with 14 km of safe, sandy shore, but the sunsets there are breathtaking. This natural area of ​​6.8 hectares protects wildlife habitat and nesting shorebirds, including the Piping Plover, which is...