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Ontario - July 17. Free day use, Ontario Parks

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[Ontario Parks] Ontario - July 17. Free day use, Ontario Parks

July 17, 2020
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When: Friday July 17, 2020

Where: All operating Ontario Parks.

What: Free day-use at all Ontario Parks. We are opening our doors to everyone in Ontario; there will be no charge for day-use visitation during the celebration. Parks across the province will offer events and activities that encourage people to visit parks and be active. Explore a new park, sample our facilities and services or enjoy a fun event in a great natural setting!

Why: The time to strengthen and rediscover our connection to nature is now! Ontario’s provincial parks are home to some of the most inspiring and beautiful landscapes in the country. We want to increase the awareness and uptake of the strong benefits linked to spending time in nature.

What is included with the free day-use entry?

All visitors to the park will be issued a complimentary day-pass to the park. You may enjoy the park facilities until 10:00pm on July 17. Additional charges for facilities not included in day-use such as camping, equipment rentals and pools at Bronte Creek and Earl Rowe provincial parks will remain in effect during the celebration.
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Jan 28, 2004
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Thanks OP. Too bad it is Friday. I guess everyone on CERB can take advantage of this while I will be at work
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w00t wrote: Thanks OP. Too bad it is Friday. I guess everyone on CERB can take advantage of this while I will be at work
lots of people I know took days off during this summer due to COVID and staying local. I've got long weekends all summer
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Bump for the freebie. BTW Fishing is also license free to July 18th.


Nice little saving ($12 for a 1 day sport fishing license) for those who may want to fish while at the free Ontario Park they're visiting.
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