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Awenda’s six comfort stations are barrier-free as is the park amphitheatre.
Each campground has a designated barrier-free campsite (sites #24, #96, #141, #193, #215, and #295), with a modified picnic table, easy access to drinking water and the comfort station.
The vault toilets/outhouses in Wolf and Snake Campgrounds are barrier-free as are some vault toilets in Bear and Deer Campgrounds.
The First Beach area is serviced by three barrier-free vault toilets, viewing platform and the one kilometre Beaver Pond Trail and boardwalk. The Kettle’s Landing day-use area has a barrier-free vault toilet, boardwalk, picnic and viewing area. The park also has a free non-motorized all-terrain wheelchair service.
Comfort stations, complete with accessible showers and flush toilets are available in each of the park’s six campgrounds: Turtle, Hawk, Bear, Deer, Wolf and Snake.
Relaxing picnicking opportunities are available at Kettle’s Lake and also at the park’s many beaches, with a view of Georgian Bay and Giant’s Tomb Island. In this natural setting, tables are limited, so remember to bring a picnic blanket.
Available only at the comfort stations located in each campground.
Laundry facilities are available at the comfort stations in Turtle, Hawk and Bear Campgrounds.
Located adjacent to the Registration Office the Park Store is your most convenient location for basic food staples, ice cream treats, quality souvenirs, field guides, ice, some camping supplies and a propane cylinder exchange service.
A large covered picnic shelter is available at the Trail/Activity Centre area when it is not being used for interpretive programs.
Visitors can borrow a properly fitted Personal Floatation Device (PFD) with a $25 refundable deposit. Staff can provide additional information and can outfit you with a PFD at the Registration Office.
Electrical extension cords for trailer units are also available for a daily or weekly fee.
Canoes, complete with paddles and PFDs, are available to rent, by the hour or the half day, for use on Kettle’s Lake by campers. Canoe rentals are not available for day use visitors. Rentals are available for the months of July and August only.