Earl Rowe Provincial Park is located on the Boyne River in a scenic river valley that has been partially flooded to create a reservoir. Visitors can camp, picnic, fish, paddle, sunbathe at two beaches, swim in a pool big enough for 2,000 or hike to lookouts. Earl Rowe has 400 campsites (163 hydro sites) and is open from May to mid October. Canoe and paddleboat rentals are available at the Park Store.
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park is part of the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. Hiking trails run through rolling pastureland and along the Credit River valley and gorge. Many geological features may be seen in this four season park. Fishing may also be enjoyed and toilets are provided in the parking lot. Click on Documents to view a trail map for Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. Parking fees apply.
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park is comprised of 750 hectares of significant biological and geographical features. The Bruce Trail, as well as other four season trails provide hiking, cycling and horseback riding opportunities for visitors. Toilets are provided at the park entrance. Click on Documents to view a trail map for Mono Cliffs provincial Park. Parking fees apply.