You Can Now Ice Skate at Alberta’s Lions Campground

Lions Campground (Okotoks, Alberta) tied up with the Okotoks Lions Club to transform one of the campground’s loops into a skating track, following last year’s well-loved loop in Laudan Park. “Last year’s skating loop was super popular, and citizens really loved it and we wanted to be able to do it again,” said Town of […]

Perth’s Immediate Facility Closures to Take Effect Tomorrow

Due to the Province of Ontario‘s (Canada) restrictions, some measures will be set for Perth tomorrow, January 5. According to a report, all indoor recreation facilities, including the Perth & District Indoor Pool and Perth & District Community Centre (Arena), will be closed until further notice. Swimming lessons are postponed until a later date. Meanwhile, […]

KOA Gravenhurst Marks 50th Year

KOA Campgrounds Gravenhurst (Ontario) celebrated its 50th founding year. According to a report, owner Paul Cook is thrilled about this milestone and the implications to his business. Kampgrounds of America is the largest network of franchised campgrounds, with more than 500 locations across the United States and Canada. KOA has been operating since 1962, beginning […]

Anthony Henday Campground to Increase Camping Fees

The town council has approved to increase rental fees for trailer owners and tenters. This comes after the town council’s green light for a new five-year lease agreement with Innisfail Lions Club for managing the Anthony Henday Campground (Alberta, Canada) According to a report, two issues about campgrounds were brought to the council’s attention at […]

Ontarians Can Now Enjoy Staycation Tax Credit

Anyone planning to visit Ontario (Canada) by 2022 could be qualified for tax credits under the new Ontario Staycation Tax Credit program. According to a report, Ontarians are entitled to a 20 percent personal income tax credit on eligible accommodation between January 1 through December 31. This is up to a maximum of CA$1,000 for […]