Ontario is larger than France and Spain combined. The Canadian province is known for its big cities such as Toronto and Ottawa, but look on a map and you will realize that much of Ontario is still wilderness.
To enable people to enjoy the great outdoors, the Ontario government runs 340 provincial parks and 295 conservation reserves covering over nine million hectares of land. These parks received more than 10 million visits in 2019, according to government figures.
Leo Lup Fun Leung 梁立勳, a fellow Raimondian from the Class of ’69, is a frequent user of Ontario provincial parks. In the article below, he writes about the joys of camping with his wife Christina.
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