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Ontario Parks are some of the most beautiful in the world. Whether you are looking for somewhere to camp or just a place to spend the day!

Ontario Parks

We purchased an RV camper this year and decided that if we were paying for it, we were going to use it! So far, we have chosen mostly Ontario Provincial Parks. First, we know mostly what to expect with regard to types of sites and facilities. Second, we discovered there are a lot of them, many within an hour or two of where we live.

Some of the parks so far this summer are:

Photo of Sign at Lake of Two Rivers
Lake of Two Rivers July 2018
Image of campsite.
Oastler Lake July 2018








Image of McRae Point Provincial Park beach.
Beach at McRae Point July 2018
Image of people on the dock with a dog.
Playing with the dog at Restoule July 2018







Boon Docking

We can’t wait to try this one! Ontario Parks are great when you need to know what you are getting into but we discovered something called boon docking. I had no idea there were places where you can stop overnight and in many cases, no charge. We hope to try that some time soon. 

We found a site just by Madawaska and another in Huntsville that we want to try. The challenge is that you have to be self sufficient. There is no electricity, water or washrooms in many cases. Luckily the RV Camper has everything we need!

Image of RV camper
RV Camper at OTF Campsite July 2018










Smell The Pine Trees!

One of the reasons we decided to purchase the RV Camper is that we are not independently wealthy but want to get out and see more of the world. Our world. Before we are too old to enjoy it.

Having international students that stayed with us really reinforced how big and beautiful Canada is.Take the time to enjoy the world around you. Our son has travelled many countries and came home after his last excursion talking about how he doesn’t understand why everyone wants to go to other countries. He has traveled to the west coast of Canada and from the north of Ontario to the south. This is the most beautiful country in the world.

Stop and smell the pine trees!

>>Click Here<< to look up free campsites in North America.

Make it a great day,


P.S. What am I thankful for today? I’m thankful for the small inheritance that paid for the truck to pull the trailer, my wife and my health to enjoy them both! What are you thankful for today?

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