There are several provincial parks for you to visit in Ontario’s Highlands, each with its own unique beauty and landscape. Ontario’s Highlands is also conveniently situated on the border of Algonquin Park, one of Ontario’s largest and most famous parks. Come for the day to swim and hike or bring your tent and stay awhile.
As one of Ontario’s largest provincial parks, the impressive Algonquin Park and its outstanding wilderness, lakes, and scenery offers year-round outdoor adventure. Located approximately 300 kilometers… Read More
Visit Bon Echo Provincial Park to see the famous Mazinaw Rock, a steep, 1.5 kilometer wall of rock that shoots straight out of Mazinaw Lake for 100 meters towards the far reaches of the sky. Paddlers can… Read More
Bonnechere Provincial Park can be found at the northwest corner of Round Lake, approximately 30 minutes southwest from Pembroke; on a map, you can locate Bonnechere near the eastern portion of Algonquin… Read More
Located less than half an hour south from Perth, Murphys Point Provincial Park can also be reached by boat if you travel down the Rideau Waterway from Smiths Falls.
The park contains the beautiful… Read More
Sharbot Lake Provincial Park provides a rustic outdoor getaway for those looking to explore a naturally magnificent part of the Canadian Shield. The park is home to both Sharbot Lake and Black Lake, the… Read More
Known for its long, sandy beach and pristine water that shines like silver when the sunlight hits it just right, Silver Lake Provincial Park is located near Perth along highway 7.
The lake was carved… Read More