Ragged Falls Provincial Park
The Ragged Falls Oxtongue River trail is only 1 km long but it offers a great view of the Ragged Falls. It is just off Hwy 60 near the Algonquin Park border. Its proximity to Algonquin Provincial Park makes this protected waterway almost an Algonquin appendage, but it's a park in its own right, and for good reason.
Oxtongue River – Ragged Falls contains many features of local significance. The small plunge basin at Gravel Falls demonstrates the powerful, erosive force of glacial meltwater. There are nine distinct forest communities in the park. The park is accessible at both its eastern and western ends via Highway 60. Along the western approach, a marked gravel road provides access to Ragged Falls. Also accessible are the parking lot, washrooms and marked hiking trails that lead to a lookout over the falls. Directions: On Highway 60 at the western edge of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Information provided by the Ontario Parks website.
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