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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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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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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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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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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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Frontenac Provincial Park
Frontenac is one of several provincial parks situated within the Frontenac Axis, the southern arm of the Canadian Shield that extends down into New York State. This geological anomaly is responsible for the land forms in the area that are...
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Lake On The Mountain Provincial Park
History Lake on the Mountain is a natural curiosity because it has a constant flow of clean, fresh water, with no apparent source and is located 60 metres above Lake Ontario.  This mystery has been the subject of speculation for cent...
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Murphys Point Provincial Park
Natural Features Located on the historic Rideau Waterway, Murphy’s Point provincial park offers natural landscapes, trails and an intriguing human legacy for visitors to explore. The trails are groomed in winter for cross-country...
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North Beach Provincial Park
North Beach protects one of the several baymouth sandbars in Prince Edward County.  The 1.2-kilometre ribbon of sand shelters tiny North Bay from Lake Ontario. The sandbar on which the park is located measures about 1200 m in length...
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Presqu'ile Provincial Park
Natural Features Presqu'ile is french for "almost an island.” This is a good suiting description because it is a boomerang-shaped spit of sand and limestone that juts sharply into Lake Ontario.  The land formation...
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Rideau River Provincial Park
Rideau River occupies a shady bank on the historic Rideau Canal near Kemptville.  It is widely used method of transportation for recreational boats cruising between Kingston and Ottawa.   Down the road are also hiking trails. O...
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Sandbanks Provincial Park
Natural Features Within Sandbanks Provincial Park, giant sand dunes and golden beaches form two of the largest freshwater baymouth sandbars in the world here, on the shores of Lake Ontario.  Efforts to stabilize shifting sands distur...
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Sharbot Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Sharbot Lake Provincial Park edges Highway 7 and promises first-class, warm- and cold-water fishing.  Nature trails along a ridge between the lakes loop through stands of maple, oak and birch and lead to lookouts. &n...
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Silver Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Silver Lake, located near Perth is a long, narrow trough of water carved out by glaciers.  While its long sandy beach is the big attraction, a marsh at the eastern end of the lake is another.  A boardwalk crosse...
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Voyageur Provincial Park
Natural Features Voyageur Provincial Park sits on the shores of the Ottawa River.  In this area the fertile soil of the St. Lawrence Lowlands meets the ancient bedrock of the Canadian Shield, on the border between Ontario and Quebec....
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