Awenda Provincial Park
Awenda Provincial Park

Natural Features

Park visitors will be impressed by the variety of terrain found at Awenda, including boulder fields, cobble beaches, kettle lakes and sand dunes. The most prominent geological feature on this glaciated terrain is Nipissing Bluff, which juts 60 metres above Georgian Bay.

Across the water is Giant's Tomb, an island where the spirit Kitchikewana rests. Below the bluff, sand, cobble and boulder beaches in sheltered Methodist Point Bay offer the best swimming. Similar to the kettle lake inland, they are signs of a glaciated past. From the shoreline fen to forest bog, on spirit walks and owl prowls, explore a unique convergence of wildlife and geography.
Visit the Friends of Awenda website.


Address: Box 5004
Penetanguishene, Ontario