Located along the southern shore of Georgian Bay, Craigleith is a small, cramped, noisy park with shockingly tiny sites and zero privacy. The location is fantastic though! Our Experience After spending an afternoon at beautiful Wasaga Beach, we headed to Craigleith … Continue reading Craigleith Provincial Park
Selkirk is a lovely, quiet park on Lake Erie, just east of Port Dover. With a nice beach, easy trail, marshland, a playground and large, grassy areas to throw a frisbee around, it has everything for a pleasant weekend with … Continue reading Selkirk Provincial Park
Bluffs rising up from the sandy beaches, sprawling willow trees, lovely mixed forest and pleasant trails – Point Farms provides the quintessential Lake Huron experience. Our Experience We arrived in Goderich mid-afternoon, picked up a few groceries and headed … Continue reading Point Farms Provincial Park
Our Experience We decided to avoid the black flies and head south for May 2-4. Wheatley Provincial Park was the perfect choice! Boosey Creek campground is radio-free and non-electric. Definitely the way to go for May 2-4! There … Continue reading Exploring Canada’s “Deep South”
Parks Canada is opening up their reservation system for the 2016 camping season on January 20th this year! Ready to start planning? I usually stick to Ontario Provincial Parks, or local conservation areas, but recently I’ve been reading up on … Continue reading My Parks Canada Bucket List
Believe it or not, it’s time to start planning for the Victoria Day long weekend! The Ontario Parks reservations for Friday May 20th opens in just 4 days. I already have my campsite chosen and will be logged in and … Continue reading Time to Plan for May 2-4!
These chilly November days have me reminiscing about summer! This trip was the highlight of our camping trips this year. Killarney is often referred to as the crown jewel of Ontario Provincial Parks. With its pink granite ridges, white quartzite … Continue reading Exploring the Crown Jewel In August – Killarney Provincial Park