Bigger than the State of Delaware, Algonquin is Ontario's popular park and a world-class destination offering adventurers and comfort seekers alike their ultimate outdoor experience.
Parkbus is your ride to the great outdoors, connecting the city to campgrounds, canoe access points, lodges and hiking trails.
Our overnight destinations from Toronto
Algonquin Provincial Park
Clear-blue waters of Georgian Bay, caves, rock formations and extraordinary scenery make Bruce Peninsula one of Ontario's must-see places. Book early or you'll miss out!
Killarney Provincial Park
This park is our personal favourite, and for a good reason. Killarney is strikingly beautiful Northern Ontario wilderness nestled among La Cloche Mountain Range with ultimate hiking, backpacking and canoeing opportunities.
Grundy Lake Provincial Park
A quiet refuge in Ontario's near north, Grundy Lake is ideal to relax and marvel at the natural beauty of the Canadian Shield. Great canoeing and hiking as well as sandy beaches strike the perfect balance.
Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Discover the world's largest freshwater archipelago, consisting of 30,000 islands, spectacular landscapes, the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield and cultural history dating back 5,000 years.
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park is located in Ontario near Georgian Bay on Six Mile Lake. Popular features of the park include hiking trails and three beaches. There is an abundance of wildlife, including walking sticks and five-lined skinks.
Our Day Trip Destinations from Toronto
The Grand River rushes through a gorge with 22m-high cliffs in a gorgeous conservation area, before entering one of the most scenic towns in Ontario.
Rockwood Conservation Area
Towering limestone cliffs, caves and glacial potholes, including one of the world's largest, are a few of the natural wonders at the Rockwood, which offers canoeing, hiking, swimming and picnicking opportunities.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
Explore the cliffs along the Niagara Escarpment for endless hiking and climbing opportunities featuring some of the best views in the region.
Kelso Conservation Area
Not only is Kelso beautiful to visit (you should see how the escarpment changes in each season), but there is also so much to do: hiking, stand-up paddle boards, swimming and many other activities!
Below is a preview of routes we are working on right now! Schedules are expected to come out in March and April!
Halifax to Kejimkujik National Park
Sea to Sky Parks From Vancouver
Rouge Park Free Shuttle & Guided Hikes
We Are Working On It!
Our Winter Day Trips from Toronto
Arrowhead Provincial Park
Arrowhead Provincial Park is our favourite winter destination! It features more than 33 km of cross-country ski trails, a variety of hiking/snowshoeing trails as well as a skating rink and the famous skating trail.
Albion Hills Conservation Area
Set in the pine forests of Caledon, Albion Hills offers dramatic scenery, and a paradise for cross country skiers. Ski, snowshoe and fat bike rentals are available!