Contact Details

Rondeau Provincial Park

R.R. #1 Morpeth, Ontario

N0P 1X0

(519) 674-1750


Camping Reservations

For all camping reservations please call: 1-888-668-7275 or visit: www.OntarioParks.com


For birding inquiries or bird sightings, please contact the Visitor Centre at (519) 674-1768

Friends of Rondeau Bookstore

Rondeau Provincial Park
R.R. #1 Morpeth, Ontario

N0P 1X0

Tel: (519) 674-1777

Email: laura.penner@ontario.ca

Welcome to Friends of Rondeau

Nestled deep within the heart of Carolinian Canada lies Ontario’s second oldest Provincial Park. Formed in 1894, Rondeau Provincial Park remains one of the crown jewels of the Ontario Parks system. Rondeau’s Carolinian forests are home to such southern species as Tulip-tree, Sassafras, Virginia Oppossum, Yellow-breasted Chat and the endangered Prothonotary Warbler. Rondeau is unique in the amount of this rare habitat that it protects – no other provincial park in Ontario holds as much.

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Latest News

  • HPHPJune 24, 2015 - What’s on in Rondeau? June 26 – July 5

    School is almost done for the summer! If you are looking for fun, educational activities to keep the family busy – look no further! Starting Friday, June 26th, the Visitor Centre will be open from 10:00am to 5:00pm daily. We … Continue reading

  • White Trillium (G. Spooner)May 24, 2015 - What’s on in Rondeau – June

    Wow! What an amazing month we’ve just had! Our annual Festival of Flight was a huge success. The Visitor Centre was bursting at the seams on most days and during the two weeks of the Festival we had over 6,000 … Continue reading

  • deer tickMay 4, 2015 - Tick Talk… it’s Lyme Tyme!

    If you’re looking for information on ticks and Lyme Disease, check out Allen Woodliffe’s newst Nature Nugget! http://pawsnaturenuggets.blogspot.ca/2015/05/tick-talkits-lyme-tyme.html

  • South Point TrailApril 15, 2015 - Hikers beware…the trail isn’t there!

    If you have been out on the trails this spring, you may have noticed that something is missing – part of South Point Trail! Over the winter, the southerly portion of South Point Trail was lost to the lake. For safety … Continue reading

  • Ric McArthurApril 7, 2015 - They’re on their way!

    Are you planning on migrating to Rondeau during the month of May for our annual Festival of Flight? Check out some of the activities we have planned so you can better plan your visit. We can’t wait to welcome back … Continue reading

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