When the snow starts to melt and the days become longer, it's the perfect time to start planning your first getaway for summer. And what's more fun than exploring parks? Canada is home to fantastic provincial parks that promise adventure for old and young:
· French River Provincial Park
· Grundy Lake Provincial Park
· Mashkinonje Provincial Park
· Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park
Let's look what you'll find when you take a trip into the wild outdoors.
Exploring Parks: Fishing and Hunting in Ontario
Fishing and hunting licenses are mandatory, and you can purchase it from the Ministry of Natural Resources District offices, tourist operators and most sporting goods stores. The French River National Park is home to a wide range of waterfowl, small game, partridge and grouse to provide hunters with a wonderful experience.
You are responsible for finding out everything you need to know about:
· hunting and fishing regulations
· hunting and fishing seasons
· catch limits
· size limits
· and other related info.
In some cases, you will need an additional license to fish or hunt for a specific species. You also have to inform yourself about the specific laws on the use of hunting firearms.
Fishing on the French River offers a spirited challenge for anglers. The waters teem with bass, walleye, muskie and Northern pike, to name but a few.
Also get in touch with Hartley Bay Marina for your camping needs. The French River Provincial Park offers amazing outdoor experiences. From beautiful beaches to crystal clear water for fishing, swimming, kayaking, and canoeing, and abundant wildlife, there's plenty to keep the outdoor adventurer busy. Hiking, paddling, or just relaxing in nature exploring parks - you will never be bored!
Hartley Bay Marina, which is situated in the French River Provincial Park has lovely campsites and cottages in the heart of the most spectacular natural setting.
Get in touch with Hartley Bay Marina today to book your spot for summer!