May 14, 2015 – Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry:
Making Reservations at Ontario Parks
Ontario’s provincial parks are popular camping spots. We recommend you reserve your campsite ahead of time. Overnight stays can be reserved up to five months in advance of your arrival date.
In addition to camping, many parks also offer roofed accommodations, such as yurts, cabins and cottages, which are available for rent.
Seasonal or annual day-use passes are also available.
To reserve a campsite, call 1-888-ONT-PARK FREE (1-888-668-7275 FREE) between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily, or book online 24 hours a day
For a complete list of provincial park fees, visit Ontario Parks.
Alcohol Ban in Some Provincial Parks
Ontario Parks reminds campers that Friday, May 8, 2015, marked the beginning of an 11-day ban on the possession of alcoholic beverages in one-third of our provincial parks.
If you possess alcohol during this time, you can be charged under the Liquor Licence Act. From May 8-18, 2015, an alcohol ban is in effect at the following Ontario parks:
|Arrow Lake||Long Point||Sauble Falls|
|Balsam Lake||Mara||Sharbot Lake|
|Bass Lake||McRae Point||Sibbald Point|
|Blue Lake||Murphy’s Point||Silver Lake|
|Bon Echo||Oastler||Silver Falls|
|Bronte Creek||Pinery||Six Mile Lake|
|Craigleith||Point Farms||Sleeping Giant|
|Darlington||Port Burwell||Sturgeon Bay|
|Earle Row||Presqu’ile||Turkey Point|
|Grundy Lake||Rushing River|
|Inverhuron||Samuel de Champlain|
Get a Copy of the Parks Guide
Free copies of the 2015 Ontario Parks Guide are available online, at provincial park offices, tourism agencies, ServiceOntario, many local chambers of commerce and by calling 1-800-ONTARIO FREE (668-2746).