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Are we lucky, or what? To have this wildlands reserve is a wonderful thing. I first "found" this place when looking for new places to canoe, likely about 15 or 16 years ago. That day, I traversed maybe 6 or 7 rapids, and spent almost...More
Come prepared and you will enjoy yourself!
Yes there will be bugs, swamps, potential for bear encounters and many other things that you should be prepared for when going out for a wilderness experience.
This place is beautiful if you're willing to prep properly and...More
the road to get in is very rugged filled with potholes and gravel, expect your car to take a beating. it's nothing majestic, literally a wild land with nothing, swamps with mosquito, black flies etc. if you want just dark sky there are better places...More
We drove up to Sebright from Orillia and turned left and drove to the bridge over the Black River. You turn right here and the park starts right there. There are signs telling you that you are entering the park and that there is no...More
Queen Elizabeth II Park is a non operating Ontario Provincial Park. This means there are no maintained public services or facilities. It also means you can spend the day or canoe/camp without paying fees. The park offers amazing canoeing, interior hiking trails, swimming, fishing and...More
Beautiful, Secluded, Gorgeous Views. I met my friends and hiked in at night from devil's lake to Sheldon lake and woke up to a gorgeous view! Fall colors were amazing! Trails super challenging. This was my first backcountry on thanksgiving weekend and it was cold...More
Not worth your time. Nothing interesting. No scenic views, mostly just mosquito-filled swamp land. No facilities, nothing interesting. Lots of bears too, our food got eaten at night. Do not even try driving down Devil's Lake Road if you dont have a pickup truck, it...More
This park is tucked away North of Toronto. It can be tricky to even find the entrance.
- very secluded. There are no bathrooms or service stations. If you are looking for seclusion away from the crowds, this is your park.
- the park...More