Provincial parks and conservation reserves beginning to re-open
As of today, Monday, May 11th, the Government of Ontario has re-opened 520 provincial parks and conservation reserves across the province. Recreational activities are limited to walking, hiking, biking and birdwatching. Camping and other activities are not permitted at any provincial park or conservation reserve. All buildings and facilities including washrooms, water taps, campgrounds, backcountry campsites, roofed accommodations, playgrounds, and beaches remain closed.
The remaining 115 are scheduled to open Friday, May 15th, also for limited day-use activities.
Day visitors can access all parks and conservation reserves for free until the end of the month.