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Aaron Provincial Park
Aaron Provincial Park has sandy beaches and provides a playground for the clear, shallow waters of ancient Thunder Lake.  Outdoor Activities at Aaron Provincial Park Aaron Provincial Park is an ideal family stop for swimming and ...
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Algonquin Provincial Park
Natural Features at Algonquin Provincial Park Algonquin Provincial Park stretches across 7,725 square kilometres of wild and beautiful lakes and forests, bogs and rivers, cliffs and beaches. It is a canoeist's and camper's...
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Arrowhead Provincial Park
Natural Features at Arrowhead Provincial Park Arrowhead Provincial Park is open year-round and is located in the heart of Muskoka.  Arrowhead Provincial Park hosts the quiet Arrowhead and Mayflower Lakes, and the Little and Bi...
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Awenda Provincial Park
Awenda Provincial Park offers the opportunity to explore a combination of wildlife and varieties of terrain. Natural Features at Awenda Provincial Park Visitors to Awenda Provincial Park will be impressed by the variety of terrain....
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Balsam Lake Provincial Park
Located in the picturesque Kawartha Lakes region, Balsam Lake Provincial Park is an all-season recreational park along the Trent-Severn Waterway.  The Seasons at Balsam Lake Provincial Park  In spring you can experience the ...
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Bass Lake Provincial Park
History of Bass Lake Provincial Park Bass Lake Provincial Park was a farm for more than 100 years and was then transformed into a recreational provincial park area.   Bass Lake Provincial Park is located just west of Orillia whic...
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Batchawana Provincial Park
Batchawana Provincial Park Beach Batchawana Provincial Park is situated just north of Sault Ste. Marie Ontario.  Batchawana Provincial Park has a popular 1.6km sandy beach on Lake Superior and is situated on the shore of Batchawana B...
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Blue Lake Provincial Park
Blue Lake Provincial Park Beach Northwest of Dryden Ontario is Blue Lake Provincial Park.  Within Blue Lake Provincial Park is a popular recreational lake called Blue Lake.  Blue Lake offers a sandy beach and water so clear you ...
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Bon Echo Provincial Park
Natural Features of Bon Echo Provincial Park Bon Echo provincial park was a favourite destination for painters and photographers long ago.  Bon Echo Provincial Park is north of Napanee and is known for it's natural feature, Mazin...
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Bonnechere Provincial Park
Natural Features of Bonnechere Provincial Park Bonnechere River was a strong reason why Bonnechere Provincial Park got it's name.  The Bonnechere River was once an important square timber logging route.  The Bonnechere River...
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Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Natural Features at Bronte Creek Provincial Park Located between Burlington and Oakville is an all-season Provincial Park called Bronte Creek Provincial Park.  Bronte Creek Provincial Park offers a view of past living history demo...
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Caliper Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features at Caliper Lake Provincial Park The waters of Caliper Lake Provincial Park which offer a serene and excellent swimming experience.  Caliper Lake Provincial Park is a small Provincial Park is located near Nestor Fals ...
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Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features at Charleston Lake Provincial Park A Provincial Park with much history and unique natural features offering wilderness viewing opportunities is Charleston Lake Provincial Park located east of Gananoque and near Kingsto...
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Chutes Provincial Park
Natural Features at Chutes Provincial Park If you travel on Highway 17 between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, you will come across Chutes Provincial Park which is the only one on in this area. Chutes Provincial Park is located near the...
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Craigleith Provincial Park
Natural Features at Craigleith Provincial Park If you travel to the Collingwood area you may discover a Provincial Park nearby called Craigleith Provincial Park.  What makes Craigleith Provincial Park so unique is the ancient foss...
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Darlington Provincial Park
Natural Features at Darlington Provincial Park The Durham region in southern Ontario hosts Darlington Provincial Park which is located between the cities of Bowmanville and Oshawa.   On the west side of Darlington Provincial...
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Driftwood Provincial Park
History of Driftwood Provincial Park Driftwood Provincial Park has a landscape that has changed by past events.  The Driftwood Provincial Park area was flooded in 1950 when the Des Joachims hydroelectric dam was opened which submerge...
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Earl Rowe Provincial Park
Natural Features at Earl Rowe Provincial Park Located in central Ontario region and in the Alliston, Ontario area, Earl Rowe Provincial Park resides in a countryside setting off of highway 89.  In the spring, rainbow trout can b...
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Emily Provincial Park
Natural Features of Emily Provincial Park Emily Provincial Park is located near Peterborough, Ontario and is closely situated to the Pigeon River.  Since the Pigeon River is part of the Kawartha Lakes system, this means the river...
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Esker Lakes Provincial Park
Natural Features at Esker Lakes Provincial Park Esker Lake Provincial Park is comprised of 29 kettle lakes and sand dunes which are present throughout the provincial park located near Kirkland Lake, Ontario. The Munroe esker is a w...
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Fairbank Provincial Park
Natural Features at Fairbank Provincial Park While visiting Fairbank Provincial Park, you will see a lake called Fairbank Lake which is actually a crater created from a meteorite that hit the earth millions of years ago.   ...
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Ferris Provincial Park
Situated on hilly drumlins, Ferris Provincial Park borders and provides access to the busy Trent River south of Campbellford.  Scenic bluffs carved out of limestone bedrock provide a view of picturesque Ranney Falls.  Overgrown ston...
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Finlayson Point Provincial Park
Finlayson Point Provincial Park is on a small peninsula on the Northeast arm of Lake Temagami.   The lake's steep rugged cliffs, deep, clear waters, magnificent stands of tall pines along its shoreline, and more than 1,300 i...
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Fitzroy Provincial Park
Fitzroy provincial park host many majestic white pine which covers much of the park beside the Ottawa River.   There are great century-old trees and a stand of 300-year-old bur oak by the Carp River. Near these trees you ca...
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French River Provincial Park
History The French River has a colourful past.  For thousands of years before Europeans arrived, Aboriginal people used the river as a place to meet and exchange trade goods.  Early French explorers and missionaries began travel...
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