Category Archives: Provincial Parks

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park Hiking Trails You’ll Love

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park has amazing hiking trails that are wonderful in all seasons. It’s a great park if you’re looking for some exercise outdoors, the chance to view a gorgeous waterfall, and nature hikes along the river. From vast meadows to stunning escarpment views, the Forks of the Credit trails have really […]

Bronte Creek Provincial Park Trails: Beautiful Hikes in Oakville

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

The Bronte Creek Provincial Park trails allow for lovely little walks that aren’t too far from the city. If you’re looking to go hiking in Oakville or Burlington, Bronte Creek Provincial Park is a great place to spend time in nature for a couple of hours. These are fantastic hiking trails near Toronto, Mississauga, and […]

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in Winter: How to Plan a Hiking Trip

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park Winter

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in winter is equally amazing as a visit in the other seasons. You might be a little more limited in terms of the places you can hike, depending on how skilled or adventurous you are. Sleeping Giant, Thunder Bay, and Northwest Ontario put on quite a show in the winter: a […]

Pinery Provincial Park in Winter: Hiking, Skiing, Yurts and More

Pinery Provincial Park Winter

Pinery Provincial Park in winter is a magical wonderland with lots of opportunities for outdoor fun. You can still go hiking, stay in a yurt overnight, car camp, discover winter sports like snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and even visit the beach. Okay, a trip to the beach might not exactly be the same as in […]

5+ Best Hiking Trails in the Bay of Quinte That You’ll Love

Bay of Quinte Hikes

The Bay of Quinte region in South Eastern Ontario is a treasure trove of amazing hiking trails and beautiful scenery. Bay of Quinte consists of Brighton, Trenton, Belleville, and Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, as well as the natural spaces surrounding these cities and towns. I’m going to show you the best places to go hiking in […]

Boyne Valley Provincial Park: Exploring Scenic Trails Near Orangeville

Boyne Valley Provincial Park

Boyne Valley Provincial Park has got it all. Scenic lookouts, dense woodlands, babbling brooks, wooden bridges, and vast meadows. It’s the perfect place for a day hike, whether you choose a shorter hike or a lengthier one. There are options for everyone. You’ll be able to hike on a section of the Bruce Trail that […]

Hiking at Bonnechere Provincial Park: Delightful Hiking Trails in the Ottawa Valley

Bonnechere Provincial Park

Bonnechere Provincial Park is an interesting and beautiful protected space on the Bonnechere River in the Ottawa Valley. It’s just south of Algonquin Provincial Park and the closest villages are Killaloe and Barry’s Bay. To give you a better frame of reference, it’s about two hours west of Ottawa and 2 hours and 30 minutes […]

Short Hills Provincial Park: Hiking at the Largest Park in the Niagara Region

Short Hills Provincial Park

While there are numerous trails to hike in the Niagara region, Short Hills Provincial Park is right up there with the best of them. Located in the middle of the Niagara Peninsula, Short Hills Provincial Park is 1600 acres (660 hectares). It’s the largest provincial park near Niagara Falls. The park has numerous small and […]