Welcome to the Friends of Nancy Island & Wasaga Beach Park
The Friends of Nancy Island Historic Site and Wasaga Beach Park is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to furthering the educational and interpretive programs of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park and Nancy Island Historic Site. Find out more about the goals of the Friends of Nancy Island!
Ontario Provincial Parks Open For Limited Day-use Access
A message from the Office of the Director
Provincial parks and conservation reserves will be available for limited day-use access. On May 11th, 520 non-operating provincial parks and conservation reserves across the province will open and the remaining 115 operating parks will open on May 15th.To start, recreational activities will be limited to walking, hiking, biking and birdwatching. Spending time outdoors and in nature has a positive impact on our health and wellbeing and we know people are eager to get outside.
People need to be responsible when enjoying our parks and continue to follow all of the public health measures, including physical distancing, to stop the spread of COVID-19.
At this time, camping and other activities are not permitted at any provincial park or conservation reserve. All buildings and facilities including washrooms, water taps, campgrounds, backcountry campsites, roofed accommodations, playgrounds, and beaches continue to be closed.
Over the next several weeks Ontario Parks’ staff will be conducting critical maintenance and other park start-up procedures so that more recreational activities and facilities will be available when it is safe to do so.
Please continue to visit OntarioParks.com and Ontario Parks social media channels to check the status of Wasaga Beach and Craigleith Provincial Parks.