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Are dogs allowed at Driftwood Provincial Park?

Are dogs allowed at Driftwood Provincial Park?

Dogs are welcome at all Ontario Parks, and are permitted on campsites, park roads and most hiking trails, except for a few specific campgrounds and sensitive areas. However, dog owners must be respectful of nature and their fellow park visitors.

Is Pinery Provincial Park free?

We are providing free day use Monday to Thursday from May 1 to September 2, 2021 Day use on all other days is $18 per vehicle. Forks of the Credit hosts the famous Bruce Trail.

Where is Wakami Lake Provincial Park?

Wakami Lake is located 67 km south east of the town of Chapleau, and four hours west of Sudbury. Backcountry camping at Wakami Lake is accessed through the main campground.

Is alcohol allowed in Alberta provincial parks?

People can now enjoy an alcoholic beverage of their choice in select day-use area picnic sites from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. Signs in the designated parks will indicate which day-use area picnic sites allow liquor consumption.Feb 16, 2021

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Which Ontario provincial parks have the best beaches?

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

Located on Lake Huron's Georgian Bay, Wasaga may be Ontario's best-known beach with 14 km of sand and great swimming. It is one of several Ontario beach parks that are Blue Flag-recommended.
Jul 10, 2019

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How much is a day pass at the Pinery?

Hours: Day Use Passes Range from $15.00 per day (Seniors 20% Discount). Seasonal Day Passes are available, call for Rates.

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Is Pinery Provincial Park open today?

The park is open to public access from April 1, 2021 – Oct. 12, 2021. (The park is accessible, but may not offer full services such as water, security etc.) The gate is closed during the off-season.

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How long is Wakami Lake?

Wakami Lake itself is 15 km long (running north to south) and lies between forest-covered hills. Boreal forest wraps around it, but tall White Pine (more common further south) poke up here and there, towering over their neighbours.Jul 21, 2019

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How do you get to Wabakimi Provincial Park?

With no direct road access, you must enter the park by paddle, floatplane, or train! Our most popular and recommended trips are to fly-in to Wabakimi with a canoe strapped to the plane, and to leave by train. To experience such remoteness takes some thoughtful planning.Jan 31, 2018

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What is the biggest provincial park in Ontario?

1970 - Polar Bear, Ontario's largest provincial park at 24,000 square kilometres, is created.

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