Enjoy free admission to Sibbald Point Provincial Park
Ontario Parks is offering free admission to provincial parks as part of the Healthy Parks Healthy People project.
Aug. 10, 2017
By Amanda Persico
Visiting an Ontario Park will be free Aug. 16.
As part of the Healthy Parks Healthy People global project, the province is encouraging people to reconnect with nature.
There is something for everyone at any one of more than 40 provincial parks - including Sibbald Point Provincial Park.
Pack a picnic, learn to fish, try standup paddleboarding, rent a kayak, take a guided hike, or lounge on the beach.
There are a number of activities taking place across the province all summer long.
As part of the Healthy Parks Healthy People initiative, Ontario Parks is challenging residents to spend 30 minutes outside in nature every day for 30 days.
The 30x30 Challenge, started by the David Suzuki Foundation, aims to inspire people to reconnect with nature while improving their health and mental well-being.
For more information, visit ontarioparks.com