visit the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. This year, we are offering our Learn-to Camp workshops virtually.

Camping will look a little bit different this year for all of us, but the Parks Canada Learn-to Camp team is still ready to help you successfully plan your first camping adventure. This park is so new that Parks Canada is still in the process of establishing its boundaries. Parks Canada’s signature oTENTik accommodations are now available at Glen Rouge Campground. Created by students at the University of Toronto Scarborough’s innovation hub, in partnership with Parks Canada, the app offers users the chance to explore the park’s rich history, forests and trails like never before. Glen Rouge is the only campground in the City of Toronto. Register with the Markham Public Library. Join Parks Canada’s Learn-to Camp team to discover the basics of front country camping! Ready for your own camping adventure? Please note: the Mast Trail Trailhead parking lot will remain open to the public throughout 2020-2021 while these improvement projects are underway in the campground. Popular Transit Routes: By Bus/Subway From Union Station, ride the TTC eastbound Subway (Line 2) to Kennedy Station. Unlike other National Parks, it is easily accessible as it’s sitting in the backyard of Toronto.
The Glen Rouge Campground will be closed in 2020 to undertake important and necessary infrastructure upgrades, as well as improve and enhance the visitor experience and safety at the site. All Learn-to Camp overnight programming cancelled for 2020. 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Introduction to Frontcountry Camping: In collaboration with the Markham Public Library The Glen Rouge Campground remains closed until 2022 for critical repairs and enhancements. They’re ideal accommodations for families, friends and couples of all ages who want to discover the joys of camping, but prefer the creature comforts of a bed and an already-made campsite. Camping is still available at other Toronto & Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) campgrounds in the Greater Toronto Area, including Albion Hills. Dive deeper into Canada’s first and only national urban park, with the interactive Rouge App! We appreciate your patience. ***We are currently exploring an improved way to deliver our Learn-to camp virtual workshops, they will be postponed until further notice. the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. The Glen Rouge Campground remains closed until 2022 for critical repairs and enhancements. oTENTik lodgings offer an alternative to traditional camping for all to enjoy. Rouge National Urban Park. For more info. Whether you’re travelling from Toronto, Markham, Pickering, Mississauga or Hamilton, you can use public transit to visit Rouge National Urban Park. Glen Rouge Campground (Closed 2020) The Glen Rouge Campground will be closed in 2020/2021 to undertake important and necessary infrastructure upgrades, as well as improve and enhance the visitor experience and safety at the site. Parks Canada’s signature oTENTik accommodations are now available at Glen Rouge Campground in the GTA! Glen Rouge is the only campground in the City of Toronto. Tuesday August 25 It takes approximately an hour drive with a car from central Toronto to the park using a highway 401, but you can reach it easily by using public transportation. To book your Parks Canada oTENTik experience, please visit the Glen Rouge Campground Or call 1-855-811-0111 More details below about attending our free weekly summer workshops. Glen Rouge Campground (Closed 2020) ... They’re ideal accommodations for families, friends and couples of all ages who want to discover the joys of camping, but prefer the … For more information about the Learn-to Camp program, or to host virtual workshops for your organization, please contact our Learn-to Camp Coordinator, Shannon Lyon at shannon.lyon@canada.ca, National marine conservation areas system, Directory of federal heritage designations. Section menu.

An App for Rouge National Urban Park! Here are some helpful hints for a memorable camping trip.

More info about oTENTiks, National marine conservation areas system, Directory of federal heritage designations, a 19 x 24 ft wide tent provides plenty of room for families or groups of up to six people (maximum 5 adults), three double-sized beds with high density foam mattresses, a spacious living area with a table and chairs, front deck and firepit, small interior dining table with 4 chairs, matches or a lighter (firewood available at kiosk). Together, we will explore how to safely and successfully plan your first camping trip. oTENTik lodgings offer an alternative to traditional camping for all to enjoy. All Learn-to Camp overnight programming cancelled for 2020. Below ground infrastructure improvements to water and sewage lines, Infrastructure and programming enhancements to the site’s visitor experience, safety and environmental design. A cross between a tent and cabin, oTENTiks are a unique blend of the comforts of home with the experience of the great outdoors. The Glen Rouge Campground will be closed in 2020 to undertake important and necessary infrastructure upgrades, as well as improve and enhance the visitor experience and safety at the site. oTENTiks. Pitch your tent or park your RV as you get set to experience the rich natural, cultural and agricultural heritage of Canada’s first national urban park in Canada’s largest and most diverse city. Just in time for Canada 150 and a sign of things to come in the Rouge, the oTENTiks at Glen Rouge Campground provide a perfect opportunity to sample a Parks Canada signature ‘glamping’ experience right in your own backyard. The Glen Rouge Campground enhancement projects being undertaken include: These improvement projects are being managed by Parks Canada, and the campground is expected to reopen in 2022. Camping will look a little bit different this year for all of us, but the Parks Canada Learn-to Camp team is still ready to help you successfully plan your first camping adventure.