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3 Best Hiking Trails in Kawartha Lakes, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Kawartha Lakes, ON. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

BALSAM LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK

2238 Kawartha Lakes County Road 48, Kirkfield, Kawartha Lakes, ON K0M 2B0 DIRECTIONS

Since 1968

Here’s The Deal:
Balsam Lake Provincial Park is a famous provincial park located in south-central Ontario on Balsam Lake. It is a recreational park around two hours from Toronto. It has five campgrounds, three hiking trails, and a large clean sandy beach, offering canoe, kayak, and pedal boat rentals. Users can enjoy the programs throughout July and August, where you can learn about the natural environment and local history through various children's programs. The park has one of the cleanest lakes in the Kawartha Lakes area, making it a great swimming spot. It also provides various campsites with electrical sites, radio-free, and group sites. Balsam Lake Provincial Park is nestled in Kirkfield.

SPECIALTY:
Cedar Swamp, Paddle Board, Kayaks, Rent Kayak, Cycling, Deciduous Forest, Landscapes, Canoe, Fishing, Camping, Paddle Boats for Rent, Events, Skiing and Snowshoeing, Natural Heritage Education Programs, Swimming, Meadow, Canoeing, Boating, Birding & Biking

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Mon-Sun: 7am - 10pm

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EMILY PROVINCIAL PARK

797 Emily Park Road, Omemee, Kawartha Lakes, ON K0L 2W0 DIRECTIONS

Since 1957

Here’s The Deal:
Emily Provincial Park is the heart of Omemee, Ontario. Enjoy their sandy beaches or launch the boat and travel the Trent Severn Waterway. You can fish off the docks or explore their interpretive trails. Emily Provincial Park offers car camping in four campgrounds. Emily Provincial Park offers many large, private and grassy sites that can accommodate various equipment types ranging from tents to large trailers. They provide many different educational activities, including campfire programs, children’s programs and information displays. Enjoy their Learn to Fish program, a free, hands-on program that teaches new anglers how to fish in Ontario.

SPECIALTY:
Picnic Shelters, Canoeing, Events, Rentals, Playground, Day Use, Campfire and Children’s Programs, Boat Launch, Winter Activities, Motorhomes, Sandy Beaches and Plenty of Nature Programming, Peddle-Boats, Canoes, Kayaks, Boating, Snowshoeing, Swimming, Fishing, Biking & Cross-Country Skiing

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Mon-Fri: 5am - 9pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

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ALTBERG WILDLIFE SANCTUARY NATURE RESERVE

Monck Road, Kawartha Lakes, ON K0M 1K0 DIRECTIONS

Since 1983

Here’s The Deal:
Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve covers 480 hectares of central Ontario woodland and wetland. The marked trail system can be accessed from the parking area. Users can explore numerous species of wildlife and plants. Visiting this reserve is a great way to spend a few hours in a relatively undisturbed natural environment. The spot is also used for snowshoeing in the winter. Altberg Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Reserve is also home to many breeding birds, and visitors can hear songs of these birds.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, and Walking Trails, Forest, Wetland, Granitic Rocks, Marsh, Beaver Meadow and Cedar, Alder Swamp, Pine Plantation, Numerous Species, Breeding Birds, Woodland, Wildlife & Nature Preserve

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