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Parks & nature in Parry Sound District

Campground
“Great place for hikes, mountain bike trails, boating, canoeing in summer! Just as great in the winter with cross-country skiing, skating trails (day and night), tubing (tubes provided!), two warming shelters and fire pit, just to name a few!”
69 locals recommend
Trail
“Torrance Barrens Conservation Area was designated as the world’s first permanent Dark Sky Reserve. The 4,700-acres of Crown land is bedrock and wetlands, with trees and bushes that are stunted in height. For star-gazers this means a spectacular 360 degree view of the night sky, unhampered by light pollution. The Barren’s also doubles as an exceptional hiking and mountain biking destination, with 3 well marked trails for public use.”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Great Provincial Park, Lots of Wildlife. One of the lesser known Parks in the Area. Great to explore. 20 Mins Away from East Access to Park. ”
7 locals recommend
Campground
“A true gem in Muskoka! With multiple loops of varying lengths (3km & 8km), this is a must visit if you enjoy hiking. Trails take you around Hardy Lake & through a hardwood forest with multiple spots to swim from if you're keen. Bring a picnic and enjoy a snack at any of the beautiful lakeside viewpoints. ”
10 locals recommend
Park
“This is a must do.. visiting the National Park is so easy from these locations. It is a wonderful family Place and the beaches are amazing . Check out the Parks Canada reservation site to get a ride on this water access park ”
12 locals recommend
Park
“Sandy beaches typical of the​ Great Lakes combined with rock ridges and pines of the Canadian Shield. Day use, camping etc. ”
9 locals recommend
Vineyard
“Daily tours year round Wine Tasting Wine & Cheese Patio Maple Season (March - April) Blueberry Hill (Jul - Aug)) Nature Trails Cranberry Festival (Sep - Oct) Group & Private Tours ***1 hour from our Chalet”
17 locals recommend
Park
11 locals recommend
Park
“Big Chute Marine Railway is a "must see". Water vessels of all sizes travel from the lower Bay up the rail line to the upper Bay. Great family viewing area.”
8 locals recommend
Park
“Go to the park entry and they can tell you where to park for the Fire Tower Trail You need to buy a day pass. Restoule Fire Tower Trail is a 4.2 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Restoule, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Great for hiking trails, beach and playground. You can dock your boat there as well. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
4 locals recommend
Park
“This park has it all including a swimming area with lifeguards, playground, beach volleyball court, snack bar and more. Gull Lake Park is home to several local events and is especially loved for hosting Cinema Under the Stars FREE open-air movie screenings every Thursday evening in July & August. More than just an outdoor movie, the Town of Gravenhurst offers a full evening of fun for families with crafts and activities ahead of each screening. Bring a cozy blanket, lawn chair, friends & family and enjoy full-length feature films totally free!”
6 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Wonderful day out to this country setting where all kinds of artisans have their creations displayed throughout the lovely gardens ! Well worth the visit. Check times first tho as it's only open at certain times.”
6 locals recommend
Trail
“Great place to hike and swim for the day, bring a light picnic and hike into some of the best views.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Totally worth the drive up the highway, the Dam Grill has a great menu and is right on the lock system at Gloucester Pool. ”
7 locals recommend