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: info@rondeauprovincialpark.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

  • February 11, 2015 - Hear ye! Hear ye! Family Day Weekend is Fast Approaching!

    Check out what’s going on at Rondeau Provincial Park over your Family Day Long Weekend! We hope to see you all here!

  • White-tailed Deer (J. Pickering, 2014)February 10, 2015 - Winter in Rondeau Provincial Park

    Winter is a great time to experience Rondeau Provincial Park! Come out and hike a snowy trail to see all of the exciting activity from our winter active species!  The white-tailed deer are wearing their thick, fluffy winter coats to keep … Continue reading

  • 10687869_731852803555045_6560676449397863157_oSeptember 17, 2014 - Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup 2014

    The 3rd annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup at Rondeau Provincial Park will take place later this month on Sunday, September 28th.  We have had excellent success in the past two years and hope to continue the trend this year! We are happy … Continue reading

  • Muskrat (J. Pickering)August 31, 2014 - Species of the Day: Muskrat

    Most people think a muskrat is a beaver or very closely related but it is actually more closely related to a field mouse! Just picture the muskrat as a large mouse that is a great swimmer and spends most of … Continue reading

  • Jack-in-the-Pulpit (J. Pickering)August 29, 2014 - Species of the Day: Jack-in-the-Pulpit

    Known as a ‘Jack’, these oddly-shaped flowers are found in early spring in moist and rich forest floors. The pouch or spathe followed by the hood is commonly green with purple streaks and covers the club like spadix. These flowers … Continue reading

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