This is a list of provincial parks in Southwestern Ontario . These provincial parks are maintained by Ontario Parks. For a list of other provincial parks in Ontario, see the List of provincial parks in Ontario.
Southwestern Ontario is a secondary region of Southern Ontario in the Canadian province of Ontario. It occupies most of the Ontario Peninsula bounded by Lake Huron, including Georgian Bay, to the north and northwest; the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, and Detroit River, to the west; and Lake Erie to the south. To the east, on land, Southwestern Ontario is bounded by Central Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe. The region had a population of 2,583,544 in 2016.
Ontario Parks is the agency in Ontario, Canada, that protects significant natural and cultural resources in a system of parks and protected areas that is sustainable and provides opportunities for inspiration, enjoyment and education. The Ontario Parks system covers over 78,000 square kilometres (30,000 sq mi), about 10 percent of the province's surface area or the equivalent of an area approximately equal to Nova Scotia. It falls under the responsibility and mandate of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.
|Black Creek Provincial Park||1989|
|Cabot Head Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Hope Bay Forest Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Inverhuron Provincial Park||1967||Inverhuron Provincial Park|
|Ira Lake Provincial Nature Reserve||1989|
|Johnston Harbour-Pine Tree Point Provincial Nature Reserve||1989|
|Lion's Head Provincial Park||1985|
|Little Cove Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|MacGregor Point Provincial Park||1975||MacGregor Point Provincial Park|
|Sauble Falls Provincial Park||1971|
|Smokey Head/White Bluff Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Clear Creek Forest Provincial Park||2014|
|Rondeau Provincial Park||1894||Rondeau Provincial Park|
|Wheatley Provincial Park||1971||Wheatley Provincial Park|
|John E. Pearce Provincial Park||1957|
|Port Bruce Provincial Park||1974|
|Port Burwell Provincial Park (formerly Iroquois Beach Provincial Park 1971-1986)||1971|
|East Sister Island Provincial Nature Reserve|
|Fish Point Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve||1977|
|Bayview Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Craigleith Provincial Park||1967|
|Duncan Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve||1985|
|Pretty River Valley Provincial Park||1985|
|James N. Allan Provincial Park||1989|
|Rock Point Provincial Park||1957||Rock Point Provincial Park|
|Selkirk Provincial Park||1967|
|Morris Tract Provincial Nature Reserve||1997|
|Point Farms Provincial Park||1970|
|The Pinery Provincial Park||1957||Pinery Provincial Park|
|Komoka Provincial Park||1989|
|Long Point Provincial Park||1921||Long Point Provincial Park|
|Turkey Point Provincial Park||1959|
|Trillium Woods Provincial Park||1969|
The Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site is located in the Canadian Rockies. It consists of seven contiguous parks including four national parks:
Northumberland County is an upper tier level of municipal government situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, east of Toronto in Central Ontario.
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is one of two components of the Legislature of Ontario, the other being the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. The Legislative Assembly is the second largest Canadian provincial deliberative assembly by number of members after the National Assembly of Quebec. The Assembly meets at the Ontario Legislative Building at Queen's Park in the provincial capital of Toronto.
Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located about two-and-a-half hours drive east of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; or 48 kilometres (30 mi), about a half-hour drive northeast of Brooks.
Unorganized Thunder Bay District is an unorganized area in northwestern Ontario, Canada in Thunder Bay District. It comprises all parts of the district that are not part of an incorporated municipality or a First Nations reserve.
Polar Bear Provincial Park is an isolated wilderness park in the far north of Ontario, Canada. It lies on the western shore where James Bay joins Hudson Bay. The terrain is part of the Hudson Bay Lowlands and features unspoiled low-lying tundra in the Hudson Plains ecozone.
The Ontario Heritage Act, first enacted on March 5, 1975, allows municipalities and the provincial government to designate individual properties and districts in the Province of Ontario, Canada, as being of cultural heritage value or interest.
Killarney Provincial Park is a provincial park in central Ontario, Canada.
Atikaki Provincial Park is a wilderness park in Manitoba, Canada located east of Lake Winnipeg along the Ontario boundary in the Canadian Shield. The area of Atikaki Provincial Park is 3,981 km2. Atikaki Provincial Park is north of Nopiming Provincial Park and borders the Woodland Caribou Provincial Park in Ontario.
Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park is a remote park in northeastern Ontario, Canada, near Lake Temagami. It is one of the several provincial parks located in the Temagami area.
Northeastern Ontario is a secondary region of Northern Ontario which lies north of Lake Huron and east of Lake Superior.
King's Highway 51, commonly referred to as Highway 51, was a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario that connected Highway 3 in Eatonville with Rondeau Provincial Park. An earlier designation existed south of Orangeville, connecting Highway 24 with Highway 10 in Caledon Village. This iteration was assumed in 1938, but later renumbered as Highway 24 In 1961. The more recent incarnation of the route number was assumed in 1970, but then decommissioned in 1997 and transferred to what is now the city of Chatham–Kent.
This is a list of elections in Canada in 2009. Included are provincial, municipal and federal elections, by-elections on any level, referendums and party leadership races at any level.
Scarborough Southwest is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1999.
Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1999.