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This hidden gem I've visited a few times over the years, definitely becoming more populated, but I always enjoy the day. Great for the whole family! One side contains residences who are always polite but ran into a newcomer pass year who thinks they own...More
Although this place has the potential to be lovely, it isn't. It's covered in dirty diapers, dog poo and garbage. The few trash cans were overflowing to the point that heaps of half eaten, fly covered food are strewn about the parking lot and the...More
Ok. So we went on one of the busiest days. Canada Day. And wasn't Disappointed. Few tips: Water shoes are a must. When you first walk in there is a small grassy area. Dont stop and set up camp. There are tons of spaces all...More
We decided to visit this park last Saturday along with another family. As we reached the entrance, there was a little signage of safety information. There is no admission fee and parking is free. Two portable toilets are just next to the parking. There was...More
I hesitated to write this review ... I loved visiting it so much that I don't want too many people to know about this hidden gem. What a great place to chill out and enjoy the water. I can't believe there's no admission fee or...More
Refreshing place to go for a dip - interesting to see little fish, seagulls trying to catch them for supper and the rock formations that make for an interesting waterfall - can be slippery so water shoes aren't a bad thing to have.
I've been coming here since I was a kid. When the water levels are high the current can be a bit too strong, but on lazy, hot summer days this place is a delightful place to come for a swim.
Make sure you wear water...More