Bus service for Ontario parks


There's now regular summer bus service to Algonquin and other parks north of Toronto. Starting in July, a new initiative called Parkbus will be toting Torontonians from the city to popular Ontario parks.

The non-profit program makes province parks accessible to carless city dwellers or those seeking sustainable transportation alternatives. The pilot project will offer trips to and from Algonquin Park in July ($42+HST for one-way, $84 round-trip).

The initiative is supported by the province and was developed in partnership with Mountain Equipment Co-op, Ontario Parks and Algonquin Park.

Outdoor enthusiasts can click here for more information on routes and schedules.


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