Category Archives: Provincial Parks

Hardy Lake Provincial Park: Picturesque Trails in Muskoka

Hardy Lake Provincial Park

Hardy Lake Provincial Park is one of the prettiest places to go hiking in Muskoka. It’s a lesser known gem with scenic views of Hardy Lake from several vantage points along the way. There are boardwalk trails that extend across various points of the lake. The prettiest lookout points are about halfway through the hike […]

Chikanishing Trail in Killarney: Hiking This Beautiful Coastal Trail

Chikanishing Trail

The Chikanishing Trail is an amazing place to go hiking at Killarney Provincial Park. If you love beautiful scenery of the water and picturesque Canadian landscapes, you’re in luck! While there are many great hikes at Killarney Provincial Park, I highly recommend fitting the Chikanishing Trail into your plans. The Crack is the most famous […]

Arrowhead Provincial Park: The Ultimate Hiking Guide

Arrowhead Provincial Park

Arrowhead Provincial Park provides the wow factor that you might be seeking on Ontario hiking trails. There’s an incredible lookout point, a beautiful waterfall, a peaceful lake, and shaded paths through the woods. Whether you’re going camping at Arrowhead Provincial Park or simply visiting for the day, it’s an amazing park in Ontario that you […]

Hiking the Crack in Killarney: Killarney Provincial Park’s Epic Trail

The Crack Killarney

The Crack in Killarney Provincial Park is one of the best Ontario hiking trails, hands down. In fact, it’s one of my most favourite places to hike of all time! Needless to say, I was really impressed by this hiking trail in Ontario. If you’re a hiking enthusiast, you absolutely need to hike The Crack […]

Presqu’ile Provincial Park: Amazing Hiking and Beaches on Lake Ontario

Presquile Provincial Park

Presqu’ile Provincial Park is a beautiful park with some of the best hiking trails in the Bay of Quinte. The park is only five minutes from the town of Brighton, and it’s a great place to go hiking from Cobourg, Belleville, Prince Edward County, or even Peterborough and Kingston. After reading this hiking blog post, you’ll […]

Hockley Valley Provincial Park: The Ultimate Hiking Guide

Hockley Valley Provincial Park

Hockley Valley Provincial Park is one of those places that you’ll be thinking about visiting again while you’re still there. It’s that amazing! There are several hiking trails at Hockley Valley Provincial Nature Reserve that form three loop trails. The scenery is so beautiful, and dare I say…magical! If you visit in the middle to […]

Ferris Provincial Park: Hiking Trails You Need to Experience

Ferris Provincial Park

Ferris Provincial Park is an awesome place to go hiking for a few reasons. While the hiking trails themselves aren’t the most remarkable or interesting, it’s the scenery all around that you’ll truly enjoy. First, there’s an amazing suspension bridge that leads into and out of the park with astounding views. Next, there’s a small […]

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 […]