Pitch your tents for these events! When the weather gets warm, people all over Ontario rejoice outside. We’ve compiled all sorts of fun events to get you outside. From skill building to live music to nature workshops to wildlife viewing, there’s plenty of events for the whole family.
Now that 2018 has officially started, we can't wait to start crossing these items off of our travel bucket list this year. Ontario has so many great sights to be seen and adventures to be had, so we've picked some of our top choices of places we'd like to get back to and places we can't wait to discover.
This holiday season, give the outdoor enthusiast on your list something to get them excited for their next adventure. From tech products to trip inspiration to handy gear, we’ve compiled all the best gifts to bring joy to any newbie or expert adventurer.
Two hours from Toronto, McCrae Lake Conservation Reserve is a great destination for a simple backcountry canoe or hiking trip. Experience some Muskoka wilderness and have an epic adventure, and do this all for free.
Just because summer has officially ended, doesn't mean that the camping season has. Fall is an incredible season for camping, so pack your fleeces, tuques, warm socks and hiking books and head out into nature. If you don't have the gear, CampKit can help you experience all of these wonderful things.
There’s nothing better than sleeping under the stars in the summer heat after watching your favourite bands put on incredible outdoor shows. With that in mind and festival season in full swing, we compiled a list of some of the best camping music festivals still ahead of us within driving distance of Toronto. Grab your friends, buy your tickets, book your CampKit and hit the road.
Prince Edward County has become a hotspot over the past few years, with places like The Drake Devonshire and microbrewery County Road Beer Company opening up as well as the countless wineries that have grown and expanded. With tourists flocking to The County, wineries, bed and breakfasts and hotels have become packed, but you can still experience PEC without the crowds.
Canada Day weekend is fast approaching and unless you had the foresight to plan your camping weekend months ago, you probably didn't reserve a campsite for the long weekend. Don’t be discouraged, there’s still plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the parks next weekend! Ontario Parks and Parks Canada leave a number of campsites as non-reservable in most campgrounds, so we’ve compiled a list of where you're most likely to get a site. Rent your CampKit, pack your car and try to beat the traffic out of the city. Your best bet would be leaving Thursday or Friday morning!