To make it easy to plan your trip, we’ve divided Lake Simcoe into three areas: Barrie; South Lake Simcoe, including Bradford, Cookstown, and Innisfil; and North Lake Simcoe including Oro-Medonte, Orillia, and Ramara.
There are many benefits to enjoying nature, as illustrated in this Conservation Ontario infographic. Get out and explore the loads of outdoor recreation around Lake Simcoe!
Dre Willi Broeren article: 8 raisons pour passes plus de temps en nature
Review this UNEP Green Passport before you travel
Winnipeg Green Action Centre article on avoiding bike theft
Link to download the UNWTO #travelenjoyrespect guidebook
Take the United Nations Environment Programme Green Tourist quiz
Greatist article Everything You Need to Know About Traveling Green
Sustaining Tourism travel tips
Uncornered Market article on Redefining Tourism
Dont forget to move article on Why all tourism should be sustainable
Building Sustainable Development Goals into daily life
Grassroots Nomad article: 10 Things To Avoid As An Eco-traveler
Washington Post article on how to be a green traveler
Outdoor ethics from Leave no trace Canada
Ontario Parks article on preserving ecological integrity
Invasive Species Ontario – information including links to an action plan you can put in place
Article by Dave Randal about the principles behind Sustainable Tourism
Rainforest Alliance article on how to travel in a sustainable way
How to reduce waste when camping
Millennial Marketing article on purchasing preferences that lean towards buying experiences instead of “stuff”
Mother Nature Network article on evaluating choices using different perspectives
Mother Nature Network article on the value of purchasing experiences instead of things
Grown out of your equipment? Watch the Explore Lake Simcoe event calendar for equipment swaps.