Canada’s Parks Day is an annual event that showcases parks and historic sites across the country. In 2012, Ontario’s provincial parks received more than nine million visits and brought in $69 million in revenue, which supported jobs and businesses all across the province.
Ever since we heard about it at the Niagara Falls Marriott our team has been stoked to meet and greet the people taking an opportunity to celebrate the best of Ontario.
Lots of Choice – One Clear Winner
While there are more than 330 provincial parks in Ontario it can be difficult to find the perfect experience for you. Just thinking about those 330 parks that cover nine million hectares – larger than Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island combined is enough to make someone dizzy.
Enjoy the fact that Niagara Parks is capable of delivering romance, education, family fun, history and culture.
The Kids on Canada’s Parks Day
This summer, more than 1.5 million kids will receive free admission to stay and play at 20 Ontario attractions. Ask the kids if they want to visit Niagara Falls. Mention the Dinosaur Golf or Butterfly Conservatory if you want to skew the results.