Adventures come in many shapes and sizes. You can hop on a plane across the world to explore new cultures, languages, and history, or you can even walk outside into your backyard and explore just as many new and wonderful things—it’s all about perspective. I like to live as though every day is an adventure, no matter what I’m doing or where I’m going.
So when DotheDaniel.com told me that Ontario Parks was turning 125 this year (Oh and happy birthday, by the way! You don’t look a day over 50), I decided to add this to my adventure bucket list. In order to celebrate this momentous occasion, I hopped into an RV with three of my friends to venture up north of Toronto in September, so that we could check out some of the iconic scenery at the beginning of the fall season.
Ontario protects 340 Provincial Parks, which is actually only encompassing just under 8% of Ontario. This province is huge and there’s just so much to explore! To say that I did not know what to expect is likely an understatement in this case. What people don’t realize about these parks is that they’re not just awesome in the summer—there’s a world of possibility to experience all year long.