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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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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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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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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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Grundy Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Grundy Lake Provincial Park is close to the northern limits of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence lowlands forest region. From several lakes in this park off the Trans-Canada Highway, you can paddle to the voyageurs' ro...
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Killbear Provincial Park
Natural Features Killbear Provincial Park is on the Georgian Bay peninsula and is a water lover's paradise for swimming and other water activities.  It has great places you can camp which could be by a sandy beach, on a rocky sho...
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Lake St. Peter Provincial Park
Natural Features South of Algonquin, Lake St. Peter Provincial Park features two sandy beaches and opportunities to bike and hike.  It has two trails that lead to a lookout, a kettle pond and a derelict shanty, and is linked to the H...
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Mara Provincial Park
Natural Features Lake Simcoe and its northerly extension, Lake Couchiching, are separated by a shallow region called the Narrows. Mara Provincial Park sits at the neck of Lake Couchiching, right by the Narrows. For over 4,000 yea...
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Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park
Natural Features Mark S. Burnham, located near Peterborough is a day-use recreation park only with no campsites available. Why not stop for a picnic or follow trails that meander through the forest which is among the oldest in Ontari...
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Massasauga Provincial Park
The Massasauga stretches along the coast of Georgian Bay from Parry Sound to the Moon River. This park takes in hundreds of windswept islands as well as inland forests and lakes.   It is accessible only by water, and is a p...
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McRae Point Provincial Park
Natural Features McRae Point, which is a small peninsula on Lake Simcoe, is an ideal summer playground for swimming and enjoying the water.   A drumlin on the south side is topped with hardwood forest and drains into swamp a...
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Mikisew Provincial Park
Mikisew Provincial Park has three sandy beaches which are perfect for a day's enjoyment by the water at this family campground on Eagle Lake.   You can go for a swim, a leisure paddle or follow hiking trails through pine, bi...
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Oastler Lake Provincial Park
Oastler Lake Provincial Park is a convenient base for exploring Parry Sound and Georgian Bay. It has a great long and sandy beach to enjoy.  The park features scenic waterfront campsites, rocky shorelines and access to summer hiking...
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Petroglyphs Provincial Park
Natural Features Deep within this forest northeast of Peterborough is the largest known concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in Canada.  They were carved into the white marble rock face hundreds of years ago. The 900 petrog...
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Restoule Provincial Park
Natural Features and Camping Restoule straddles the narrows between two lakes south of Lake Nipissing.  You can hike or mountain-bike to high granite bluffs and a fire tower where you can see for miles.   If you watch c...
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Sibbald Point Provincial Park
Sibbald Point Provincial Park is located on the southern shores of Lake Simcoe, 70 km north of Metro Toronto. Sibbald Point has long sand beaches, sunny and shaded campsites, large grassy picnic areas, forested hiking trails and activiti...
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Silent Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Landlocked and undeveloped, Silent Lake has a rocky shoreline, a mixed forest and marshes full of birds and wildlife best seen by canoe.  A rugged trail circles the lake, and sections of groomed ski trails have been ...
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Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Six Mile Lake has three sandy beaches, calm waters for swimming, canoeing and a scenic hiking trail which make this park near Highway 400 a convenient stopover.   Wildlife is abundant and, so are rare specie...
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Springwater Provincial Park
Natural Features at Springwater Provincial Park Springwater Provincial Park area was once a wasteland due to logging in the park area.   Today, Springwater Provincial Park is an all-season Provincial Park located on the outskirts...
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Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park is situated among the 30,000 Islands. This small campground off Highway 69 is an excellent base for exploring the shoreline of Georgian Bay.   If you get a chance you may want to camp under tree...
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