PROHIBITED BY LAW
-NO HORSE BACK RIDING
-NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES
The park has a rich community of Atlantic coastal plain species. These species are here because at one time, much of present day Ontario was submerged beneath numerous glacial and post-glacial lakes. When the ancient Lake Algonquin receded, it left a remnant community of Atlantic Ocean shoreline plants behind. The park also contains an inland section of displaced Georgian Bay shoreline.
Park Facilities and Activities: Parking is available however there are no visitor facilities. The park provides hiking trails maintained by the Muskoka Lakes Trails Association and canoeing opportunities exist.
Camping is not permitted.
Location: About 19 kilometres west of Gravenhurst; accessible via Highway 169 or by water from East Bay of Lake Muskoka.