Experience the authentic Indigenous culture of the Anishnaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy – Ojibwe, Odawa, and Pottawatomi, in the wilds of Point Grondine Park, just east of Killarney Provincial Park.
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Explore a wealth of culture, history and artistic inspiration and discover fun and creative ways to learn about Ontario’s natural wonders and incredible wildlife.
Learn tips from Ontario's professional photographers, take a guided photography tour with a pro and learn how to take amazing wildlife, landscape and nightscape shots or book an overnight stargazing getaway. Witness a bird migration, go on a wilderness mushroom foray adventure or join an outdoor painting workshop.
Learn about Indigenous heritage on a Spirit Walk or on a wilderness retreat. Experience the authentic Indigenous culture of the Anishnaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy – Ojibwe, Odawa, and Pottawatomi, in the wilds of Point Grondine Park, just east of Killarney Provincial Park.
The Group of Seven was a community of Canadian artists in the early 20th century who connected with the country’s rugged environment through a unique style of landscape painting. The work of the Group of Seven, along with associated artists, has come to represent a distinct, globally recognized, Canadian artistic identity. Art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike are invited to visit some of the iconic locations and landscapes that inspired these artists of the past.
Discover the most inspiring places to take photos along the Grand Algoma Drive in this award-winning blog by James Smedley. Spend a day in Algonquin Park exploring the life, art and death of Tom Thomson. Experience his paintings then paddle on Canoe Lake, surrounded by the landscape that inspired him most.
From wildlife viewing, stargazing and seasonal migrations to Indigenous culture and heritage places and sites, immerse yourself in nature’s classroom.
If you’re new to the outdoors, we have programs and outfitters waiting to welcome you with easy and fun instruction.
Looking for that 'trip of a lifetime'? An epic wilderness quest is within reach with an Ontario fly-in or rail experience.