Every spring, rainbow trout leap up a fish ladder on their way
up the Boyne River to spawn. Once occupied by Hurons and farmed
by settlers, this scenic river valley has been partially flooded
to create a reservoir. Visitors can paddle here, sunbathe at two
beaches, swim in a pool big enough for 1,500 or hike to lookouts.
Bringing your own supply of firewood to the park this summer? Please read this.