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I love coming here with my dogs but please like all ontario parks be careful and check yourself for ticks. My friend got a bite and luckily she got a bullseye rash and therefore recieved treatment. My dog also got a few ticks and ended...More
This provincial park is great however I lost my Rapala tackle bag description is: black and red coloured tackle bag with shoulder strap several plastic boxes with lures along with filet knife and filet gloves and small shimano spirex reel. Pls contact me and I...More
We go here often - from the parking lot on the connector trail that goes north to the main trail and then around to the bridges. We noticed that the one toilet at the parking lot is full and dirty - the MNR said that...More
A great family hike. Safe. We went with our 2.5 and 6 year old. 6 year old had no problem, had to carry our little one most of the way...would bring a backpack carrier next time. Wear rubber boats in spring. Tons of bugs in...More
Well we have hiked here numerous times before so I am not sure how this happened. But there were a lot of fallen trees and debris and I feel like some of the markers were missing. We needed up going for close to three hours...More
It's a good place to hike if all other places are already explored. I wouldn't recommend taking the longest trail to Muskoka lake. That trail is very rough, I watched mostly where to put the foot instead of enjoying surroundings, The trail bumps into a...More
A nice place for a walk in Muskoka without the sounds of cars and the annoying roar of Donzi's. Hardy Lake is pretty low service. There are no toilets (porta potty only) and no services on site. There are a few nice hiking trails. The...More