Creating a legacy across
the generations: shared and acknowledged.

The FBP was established in 1992 to preserve and protect the natural and cultural heritage of the Little Bonnechere River, which flows from Algonquin Park east to Round Lake. 

“It was an ideal place to take shelter thousands of years ago, and it's the perfect place to visit today.”

– Jim Fraser, Past Park Superintendent

photo of mother and toddler the bonnechere book tree

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01 Jun 2024

Friends of Bonnechere Parks AGM

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Davenport Centre
28 Jun 2024
01 Jul 2024

Canada Day

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Davenport Centre
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Explore and Learn

The FBP plays an important role in promoting cultural awareness of the Bonnechere River and the Ottawa Valley through educational programming featuring our natural and cultural resources.

Little Bonnechere Timeline

Follow the timelines of the river, land and people.

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Footprints in Time

Follow our trails to travel back in time 12000 years.

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Saving Ontario Turtles

Learn more about the eight turtle species resident to Ontario.

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Habitat: There for the Birds!

Learn about the importance of birds in the ecosystem.

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Recent News

Browse our most recent news articles where we share updates on Park events, people and projects.

FBP Directors Award

Saluting our local heroes!

Our Nature | Our Culture

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