A park for exploring the marsh from a boardwalk, wildlife, beaches, canoeing, kayaking, and touching the southernmost tip of Canada.
Tag: Ontario national parks
Rouge National Urban Park – exploring hills, rivers and creeks, marsh, bay, and beach ecosystems
We were hiking in post-ice melt muck on the trails. Our shoes were all covered in mud. Still, we were enjoying the hike in sunny 7 C temperatures on February 19, 2023. Twyn Rivers, Rouge River, and various creeks were meandering deep below in the valleys. The slopes were treacherous. A misstep could have landed … Continue reading Rouge National Urban Park – exploring hills, rivers and creeks, marsh, bay, and beach ecosystems
A cruise and hike through Fathom Five National Marine Park, Ontario, Canada
An Unusual national conservation area It got very cold on the upper deck in late May and all four of us relocated to the main deck of the glass-bottom ship. The water was so clear that we could see it as if they were lying in the open. It was not only us on the … Continue reading A cruise and hike through Fathom Five National Marine Park, Ontario, Canada
Pictorial coverage of Eastern Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve
We launched our pontoon boat in Georgian Bay waters at Penetanguishene in the wee morning hours of a pleasant day in the month of June. Our objective was to sail along the east coast of the Georgian Bay and negotiate the channels in such a way as to reach French River Provincial Park by evening. … Continue reading Pictorial coverage of Eastern Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve