Misery Bay Provincial Nature Reserve is an 1005-hectare provincial park on the South shore of Manitoulin Island, located 10 minutes drive West of Evansville.
There are four (4) trails about 2, 3, 4, and 5 km each in length, which feature mixed woodland, old beach ridges, and rare alvars (flat limestone bedrock with no soil).
A visitor centre/interpretive centre provides information on the unique and rare aspects of this park. The walk will take about 2 to 4 hrs.
Three additional trails about one km each are located on the west side of Misery Bay and accessed by Little Lake Huron Road and Rocky Trail" are not accessible to the public this way, as the roads mentioned are private not public access. These trails can be reached by crossing the head of Misery Bay only.
For a list of events, maps showing hiking trails and directions to the park, visit www.miserybay.ca
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