There will be a long term closure on the Courtice Road entrance ramp onto Highway 401 East in order to facilitate the construciton of new ramps. Closure will start on the evening of May 15, 2017 through to October, 2018!
Detours via South Service Road, Baseline Road or Highway #2.
Wildlife monitoring cameras are in use; any photos containing images of members of the public are deleted. Please contact Bryna Sprigings, (A/Park Superintendent)
if you would like more information. Bryna may be reached at 905-436-2036 ext 231 or by email email@example.com.
Personal information is collected under the authority of Section 29 fo the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act.
McLaughlin Bay Trail is CLOSED at this time due to poor conditions. Due to high water levels and a significant amout of rainfall over the past few weeks many areas of the trail are muddy and flooded.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
|Park / Campground||Usage (day use, camping, etc.)||Opening and Closing|
|Darlington||January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017|
|Darlington||May 5, 2017 to October 10, 2017|
|Darlington||November 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018|
Ontario Parks recognizes that the practice of scattering cremated remains is an important part of the religious beliefs of many families. Anyone who wishes to scatter the cremated remains of a loved one can do so in Ontario’s provincial parks on both land and in water.
Who do I contact?
It is recommended that you contact the Park Superintendent in advance to arrange a suitable, accessible location within the park. Provincial parks that have a designated site are:
As a reminder, all day-use visitors entering an Ontario provincial park must purchase a permit which allows the vehicle and its occupants to be in the park between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
What do I need to know?
Ontario’s provincial parks are dedicated to the people of Ontario and to visitors, for their inspiration, spiritual, education, health and recreational enjoyment – with the intention that these areas be managed to protect provincially significant natural and cultural features and preserved for future generations.
The Funeral Burial and Cremation Services Act prohibits the interment (burial) of human remains, including urns (containing ashes) except in a registered and operating cemetery.