Driving through Ontario we recently stopped at the park for an afternoon. GORGEOUS hiking trails, beautiful scenery and wildlife. We hiked the South Headland Trail around the coast and it took and through the forest, up mountainside and down to the bay and multiple beaches. Great photo opportunities, great for our 3 dogs and an overall excellent experience with very helpful park rangers. We even took a dip in the beautiful clear and COLD lake. We wished we had time for the Coastal Trail which takes you to a suspension bridge. We also were very impressed by the campsites and would love to spend time camping here in the future. We felt like we had the entire park to ourselves, we only saw two other cars...which I know added to the positive experience, but I don't think having to 'share' with others would deeply change how we feel about the abundance of nature and hiking at this Park.
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