Friends of Frontenac Provincial Park

Get More Gone Outside

Friends of Frontenac Provincial Park
Reflection of Sun
Reflection off the water
Frontenac Provincial Park
Building in winter
Friends of Frontenac Provincial Park
Volunteering: 613. 376.3489
Training Programs: 613. 376.3489

Friends of Frontenac Park is part of a growing network of independent cooperating associations which believe strongly in wise use and management of Ontario's provincial parks. Cooperating associations provide opportunities for young and old alike to participate in planning, education and interpretation activities organized in cooperation with Parks Ontario staff. Friends organizations allow visitors to take the extra step in "give back" the park in time, effort, sharing and concern.

The mission of Friends of Frontenac Park is to undertake activities to enhance appreciation of the ecosystem of Frontenac Provincial Park. This means cooperating with the Ministry of National Resources to suggest and implement park policies. It also means working to create programs and materials to promote public awareness, education, and understanding of the park's natural and cultural heritage.

Where is Frontenac Park?

Frontenac Provincial Park is situated in Southern Ontario about 40 km (25 miles) north of the historical city of Kingston. Kingston is located on Lake Ontario just west of the Thousand Islands and is approximately half way between Montréal and Toronto.

Interested in volunteering?

Interested in the programs and activities that we offer?

Kingston: P.O. Box 2237
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5J9