Are there bears at Massasauga Provincial Park?
White-tailed deer, moose, black bears and wolves are commonly spotted in the park. Chipmunks, raccoons, birds, hybrid toads and five-linked skinks appear around the campsites. This area is also home to the poisonous, but rarely seen, Massasauga Rattlesnake.
Can you canoe in Ontario?
It is possible to travel across Ontario by canoe and the historic Mattawa and French Rivers were important early routes for First Nations, French explorers, fur traders and voyageurs. Both rivers are protected within the Ontario Parks’ system and the French River was the first designated Canadian Heritage River.
What does Sepaq mean?
Société des établissements de plein air du Québec
The Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (English: Quebec Outdoor Establishments Company), also known as Sépaq, is the agency of the Government of Quebec that manages parks and wildlife reserves.
What is the largest park in Québec?
Mont-Tremblant National Park
If you like your nature rugged, you’ll want to visit Mont-Tremblant National Park in the Laurentian Mountains. It’s Quebec’s oldest and largest park and is quite versatile and vast with six substantial rivers and 400 lakes.
Is it illegal to kayak without a life jacket Ontario?
Canoe and Kayak Life Jacket Laws The law requires a properly sized PFD on board for each person on a boat. It’s recommended children always wear their PFDs, but there is no age under which the wearing of a PFD is required by law. Bottom line: responsible paddlers always wear their PFDs on the water.
Can you kayak to the Grotto?
Helpful? You can park and put kayak in the water at Dunks Bay south of Tobermory and kayak to the grotto. We did it last year with our tandem. It’s a beautiful scenic route.
Where is the massasauga Provincial Park in Ontario?
The Massasauga Provincial Park stretches along the coast of Georgian Bay from Parry Sound to the Moon River and takes in hundreds of islands and inland lakes. A visit to “the Mass” means exploring a striking landscape of colourful gneiss rocks, narrow bays and inlets.
What to see and do in massasauga National Park?
A visit to “the Mass” means exploring a striking landscape of colourful gneiss rocks, narrow bays and inlets. The park provides a sanctuary for many species at risk including their namesake, the massasauga rattlesnake, Blanding’s turtle, eastern hog-nosed snake and the whip-poor- will.
Are there Black Bears in Killbear Provincial Park?
All wildlife is deserving of our respect which is shown through how we camp in their home. Familiarize yourself with best practices for camping with Killbear’s wildlife. Black Bears are a fact of life at Killbear Provincial Park. For most park visitors, seeing a bear is an exciting experience.
When is hunting allowed in Arrowhead Provincial Park?
Hunting is permitted only in specific seasons/locations, contact the park office for more information. Activity available only where weather conditions permit. This activity is not available in the winter.