Available at the park office and all comfort stations.
There are no motorboat launches in Grundy Lake Provincial Park. There are 18 canoe launches located throughout the numerous inland lakes.
Three comfort stations (complete with showers and flush toilets) are located near all nine campgrounds, three group campsites and near the main beach area.
Grundy Lake’s main beach is a popular day-use area. It has a buoyed swimming area. There are eight sandy beaches in total and shady areas with picnic tables, and water taps. Please note: there are no lifeguards posted at the beaches and pets are not permitted.
Flush toilets are found throughout the campgrounds and the day-use area.
Landry facilities are available at all three comfort stations.
The Grundy Lake Park Store offers merchandise, small souvenirs, and some camper supplies. Ice and groceries are available nearby.
There is one picnic shelter in the park which is located near the Grundy Lake Main Beach. The shelter is available on a first-come first-served basis.
Canoes and kayaks are available for rent nearby.
Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are available at the park with a $25 refundable deposit.
The park Visitor Centre is located near Grundy Lake Main Beach on Gut Lake. The building is an abandoned church from the local area. There is an amphitheatre where a lot of natural heritage education programming takes place.