Earl Rowe Provincial Park
Every spring, rainbow trout leap up a fish ladder on their way up the Boyne River to spawn.
Once occupied by Hurons and farmed by settlers, this scenic river valley has been partially flooded to create a reservoir.
Visitors can paddle here, sunbathe at two beaches, swim in a pool big enough for 2,000 or hike to lookouts. Loop, 11km, easy.
A multi-use trail which weaves in and out throughout the different park sections. The trail allows just about every area in the park to be accessible without the use of a car.
You'll find access points throughout the park.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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