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The Friends of Bonnechere Parks (FBP) were 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.

Our primary goal is to promote awareness of the area’s natural and cultural heritage through educational programming and infrastructure development towards building healthy community.

Working in partnership with Ontario Parks, our volunteer organization supports various initiatives including:

  • Active outdoor play opportunities for children
  • Experiential activities for people of all ages and abilities
  • Accessible outdoor spaces and features
  • Footprints in Time enhanced trails
  • Conservation awareness programs to help save Ontario turtles and birds
  • Cultural heritage activities such as Archaeology Day and Spirits Night
  • Natural heritage events including the ever-popular Wolf Howl
  • Winter Magic in partnership with the Killaloe Community Resource Centre

We are passionate about promoting Bonnechere Park as a community hub and make every effort to engage visitors, residents, volunteers, partners and community leaders.

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photo of chalk talk: it's good for the community

The Friends of Bonnechere Parks recognize that Bonnechere Provincial Park is privileged to be on unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinabe Nation. We endeavour to honour the history, heritage and culture of the original Indigenous caretakers of this land.

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