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A Lifetime of Adventure Awaits

With so much area to explore, your options are endless when it comes to outdoor recreation in Ontario. The province is home to over 250,000 lakes, including the Great Lakes, and contains a fifth of the planet’s fresh water. Anglers, kayakers, canoers and boaters can spend a lifetime exploring Ontario’s waterways. And there is no shortage of hiking, camping, ATVing, cycling and beyond. You can find tons of information on these and other adventures in our wide range of map products for Ontario, including our Backroad Mapbooks, GPS Maps, Waterproof Maps, TOPO Maps and BRMB Navigator App.

Canoe trippers can take to the waters of Algonquin Provincial Park to paddle and camp, while kayakers can explore the stunning Thousand Islands archipelago where Lake Ontario feeds into the Saint Lawrence River. Hikers have a ton of scenic options all across the province, including Sleeping Giant Provincial Park on the shores of Lake Superior. As you move north, you will enter some of the country’s best hunting and wildlife viewing terrain, with big mammals like bears, moose and wolves found in abundance. In some parts of the north, the terrain becomes easier to travel once winter hits and the muskeg freezes over, creating a wealth of adventure opportunities for snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers.

Whether you are fishing for walleye in a forest-lined lake or cycling along one of the province’s colonization roads, our massive database of adventure information is just the turn of a page or the click of a button away.

 

 

 

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NEW BRMB Algonquin Park App – Your Offline Map & Guide for Algonquin Park

Interested in exploring one of Canada’s greatest treasures with the confidence of a good map that works deep in the backcountry? Then look no further! Backroad Mapbooks has just launched a new app specific to Algonquin Park and the surrounding area. Available for both IOS and Android users, the Algonquin Park Adventure Map app shows all the paddling routes, campsites, …

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Camping Alternatives in Ontario

If you think it seems impossible to get a campsite at an Ontario Provincial Park this year, you are not alone. With folks wanting to get out into nature due to COVID restrictions, parks are getting slammed with campers, many exploring this activity for the first time. Even the National Parks and Conservation Areas are booked up as well. What’s …

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