Posts Tagged ‘Ontario Parks’

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Big Bend Lookout at Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville Ontario

Big Bend Lookout at Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville Ontario

https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/arrowhead Big Bend Lookout at Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville Ontario Arrowhead Provincial Park is a truly beautiful park outside of Hunstville Ontario. Like Most Provincial Parks there are many Lake Views, Hiking Trails and camping, but Arrowhead has some distinct features. The Big Bend Lookout is the most famous lookout in the Park. A beautiful

Stubbs Falls, Huntsville Ontario

Stubbs Falls, Huntsville Ontario

Stubbs Falls Rating: 3/5 Little East River, Huntsville, Muskoka County GPS:  N 45 22.944 W 79 12.445 Access: Easy trail, 15 minutes inside Arrowhead Provincial Park Stubbs Falls is an interesting trail across from the Arrowhead Lake View in Arrowhead Provincial Park.  This is a very busy and popular spot, you walk through the woods

Arrowhead Lake View, Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville Ontairo

Arrowhead Lake View, Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville Ontairo

https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/arrowhead Arrowhead Provincial Park Address: 451 Arrowhead Park Rd. Huntsville P1H 2J4 Arrowhead Provincial Park is a truly beautiful park outside of Hunstville Ontario. Like Most Provincial Parks there are many Lake Views, Hiking Trails and camping, but Arrowhead has some distinct features. The lookout over Arrowhead Lake with the bridge, is trend setting and

Darlington Provincial Park, Bowmanville Ontario

Darlington Provincial Park, Bowmanville Ontario

Darlington Provincial Park, Bowmanville Ontario 1600 Darlington Park Rd, Bowmanville, ON L1C 3K3 http://www.ontarioparks.com/park/darlington Ontario is home to several Provincial Parks. Some have must see Destinations such as geographics wonders or historical structures. Darlington does not have that “must see” but a pleasant place to stop just outside the GTA along Lake Ontario. You can

The famous Bon Echo Rock, Bon Echo Provincial Park, Cloyne Ontario

The famous Bon Echo Rock, Bon Echo Provincial Park, Cloyne Ontario

The famous Bon Echo Rock, Bon Echo Provincial Park, Cloyne Ontario 16151 Ontario 41, Cloyne, ON K0H 1K0 https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/bonecho Glowing Gold and red in the rays of the evening sunset, and framed by pine and birch trees, Bon Echo rock is a ready-made subject for a painting or photograph. Rising from a geological fault line

Peter’s Wood Provincial Nature Reserve, Roseneath Ontario

Peter’s Wood Provincial Nature Reserve, Roseneath Ontario

Peter’s Wood Provincial Nature Reserve, Roseneath Ontario 992 McDonald Rd, Roseneath, ON K0K 2X0, Canada Peter’s Woods is on the sandy, north-facing slope of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Steep-sided valleys have been cut into this northern slope by surface runoff, springs and the headwater streams of Mill Creek. Deciduous forests of sugar maple beech, red

Jobes Woods Trail Fall Colours, Presquile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Jobes Woods Trail Fall Colours, Presquile Provincial Park, Brighton Ontario

Jobes Woods Trail Fall Colours, , Brighton Ontario Park Address: 328 Presqu’Ile Pkwy, Brighton, ON A colourful trail guide is available at the trail head sign to direct you through this wheelchair accessible loop of alternating trail and boardwalk. You will pass through four communities while on this trail. Towering Sugar Maples dominate the old

Opalescent Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park

Opalescent Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park

Opalescent Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park Latitude and Longitude: 45.878738 -77.663945 Warm water + air that freezes your noses off = Algonquin. The northwest end of this lake offers the most panoramic campsite; the best place to enjoy the stars after a day or portaging. Photo Credit: Our Instagram follower: bri_brothers

Tea Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario

Tea Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario

Tea Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario Latitude and Longitude: 45.514196 -78.721633 Fall colours on Tea Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park.

Ragged Falls, Haliburton County Ontario

Ragged Falls, Haliburton County Ontario

Ragged Falls Rating: 3.5/5 Oxtounge River, Dwight, Haliburton County GPS: N 45 23.450 W 78 54.348 Access: Moderate Ragged and mighty! We went at high flow and were more then impressed! At the top of the Falls you can be gutsy and take some big rocks out to the main flow/chute and climb down even

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