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Ontario Resort Destination Parks  

Parks in Ontario resort destinations offer some of the best travel experiences at a reasonable price. The park attractions offer outdoor recreation activities--some are FREE. Visitors on vacation north of Toronto have a number of spectacular provincial and national parks to visit.

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Best Ontario Parks in Resort & Cottage Country

Many spectacular park areas are must see attractions on a day trip during your resort family getaway or romantic vacation north in Ontario. Each yearCanada's Parks Day is the third Saturday in July where a number of parks hold special events and activities.  Some offer free admission or free activities. Parks Canada offers free admission on Canada Day. 

Algonquin Provincial Park:  See Algonquin Area for places to stay & towns to visit

Awenda Provincial Park: Some of Georgian Bay's best beaches. Midland Ontario road trip

Georgian Bay Islands National Park: Stay in Honey Harbour-Port Severn

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park:  Stay in Wasaga Beach  area

Parks with admission costs

Most provincial and national parks have admission fees.  Parks Canada runs many National Historic Sites, some of which charge an admission fee. 

Camping at parks

Most parks offer camping on site for visitors wanting to make the day trip into an overnight experience. Check reservations for provincial parks and reservations at national parks. If you prefer private campgrounds we suggest the following camping and RV resorts.  Also check the updates on our member camping getaways.

Parks with no admission costs

There are many park areas, municipal forests, nature reserves available for outdoor recreation use at no charge.

National Parks in Ontario

Bruce Peninsula
Fathohom 5 Marine Park 
Georgian Bay Islands

Parks Canada (Parcs Canada) is responsible for the operation of the national parks and also the National Historic Sites in the Province of Ontario.

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