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Biking on park roads is a great way to get around and explore the park. Visitors are reminded that Ontario law requires helmets to be worn by those aged 18 years and younger when biking on roads, including those in provincial parks.
Visitors may spot nesting pelicans at Caliper Lake or listen for the call of the Barred Owl.
Caliper Lake is easily navigable with few water hazards. A boat launch and docking facilities are available in the park.
The peaceful waters of Caliper Lake offer a relaxing option for a day of canoeing. Visitors can rent canoes at the park office or bring their own.
Caliper Lake’s clean, warm waters are home to Northern Pike, walleye, crappie and Smallmouth Bass.
Beaver Pond Trail - 2– 3km, moderate
The Beaver Pond Trail is accessed off the main entrance road between the Park Office and the beach. Two loops offer hikers a choice between a 2 km and 3 km hike.
A large beach and sectioned off swimming area make swimming a favourite activity at Caliper Lake. Enjoy the warm, shallow water and floating swim platform.