Nestled between Carson and Trout lakes south of Algonquin Provincial Park, this recreational park has a scenic charm common to this part of Ontario. The park is in the Grenville province of the Precambrian Shield and is forested by stands of Poplar, White Pine and Red Pine.
Location: The park is four kilometres west of Barry’s Bay and approximately 50 kilometres southeast of Algonquin Provincial Park’s east gate.
Park Facilities: The park is gated and only accessible by foot. There is no camping, however the lake provides opportunities for swimming and canoeing.
Facilities and Activities summary
613-757-2103 Size: 11.92 ha Year established: 1971 Park Classification: Recreational