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Barrier-free access is available at all comfort stations. Campsite #154 is a barrier-free campsite, located adjacent to the Fallows comfort station.
The boat launch provides access to Big Rideau Lake beside the entrance into Hogg Bay.
Comfort stations (complete with showers and flush toilets) are located in Fallows Campground and adjacent to Hogg Bay Campground.
Picnic tables are located at the main beach on Hogg Bay. Picnic tables are also located at the Lally Homestead, McParlan House, hike-in beach along the Point Trail and the Silver Queen Mine site.
Flush toilets are found in the comfort stations.
Laundry facilities are found in the comfort station adjacent to the Hogg Bay Campground.
A fully-stocked Park Store is within walking distance of the campground. There you will find ice cream, canoe/kayak rentals, firewood, ice, souvenirs, clothing, some groceries, snacks and more. The store may have limited hours during the non-peak summer season, at which time firewood and ice are available on a self-serve system. Please call ahead to confirm hours of operation.
Canoes and kayaks can be rented from the Park Store and picked up at one of three locations: Park Store (Loon Lake), administration dock (Noble Bay), main beach (Hogg Bay). Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are also available with a $25 refundable deposit. Fishing tackle is available for lending, free of charge, from the Park Store as part of the Tackleshare program.
The Visitor Centre is located next to the Park Store. Hours of operation are 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., most days from July 1 to Labour Day. The Visitor Centre may be open on some fall weekends. A live Gray (Black) Ratsnake is on display, along with other displays about the park’s natural and cultural features.