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Oxtongue River - Ragged Falls

Oxtongue River - Ragged Falls Provincial Park - main photo of the park

What you'll like:

  • Close proximity to Algonquin Provincial Park
  • Gravel Falls demonstrates the powerful, erosive force of glacial meltwater.
  • A short trail leads from the parking lot to a lookout of the thundering whitewater falls.
  • The falls are very beautiful, one of the top 10 waterfalls in Ontario!

Activities List

Highlights of Things to Do

A quick stop on your way to nearby Provincial parks will give you a great rest break and an opportunity to the thundering whitewater falls.

Just the Facts

Take only pictures, leave only footprints: don't bring any plants, animals or other natural objects with you. Park regulations prohibit this. For more information on Leave No Trace practices, visit www.leavenotrace.ca.

There is a short hiking trail that leads to the water fall. Depending on the time of year, and with caution, you can climb along the rocks to the bottom of the falls; an equally impressive view of the falls.

Park Amenities List


The day use area is located a short distance outside the western gate to Algonquin Provincial Park off of highway 60. The day use area contains a parking area and basic washrooms. The parking lot is pay and display.

Just the Facts

Day Use Area

Small day use area located a short distance outside the west gate of Algonquin Provincial Park.  Please note, the parking lot in the day use area is pay and display.

Park Location

Park features on this map are representative only and may not accurately depict regulated park boundaries. For official map representation of provincial parks, visit Ontario's Crown Land Use Policy Atlas.

Fire Ban


There is no fire ban at this time.

Boil Water


There is no boil water advisory at this time.

Beach Posting


There is no beach posting at this time.

Oxtongue River - Ragged Falls Provincial Park

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