Good for a few slow paced hours. Playgrounds for young and bigger kids. Nice, sheltered beach-- yes, the water is cold, but it's Canada. Forest trails are very scenic with massive moss-covered trees and rocks. There is a naturally heated pool (has a fee), a few restaurants (a bit pricey), nice gelateria. There was not much to see beyond steam and litter at the small semi-building housing the hot spring. Lots of room to sit and picnic or just admire the view. There is a water park a few yards off shore that you have to boat to-- about $30 for the day. We didn't try it, but could hear plenty of laughter and squeals from the shore.
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