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Ranger's Point Trail

Ranger's Point Trail is a short scenic trail around a peninsula on Stormy Lake. The trail is wide and smooth, appropriate for walking, biking, and strollers.  Take a picnic lunch and enjoy the view from one of the waterside sites or enjoy a quiet swim in Stormy Lake.

Restoule straddles the narrows between two lakes south of Lake Nipissing. Hike or mountain-bike to high granite bluffs and a fire tower where you can see for miles. Watch for heron rookeries, birds of prey and populous white-tailed deer. Embark from here on a five-day canoe trip tracing Samuel de Champlain's original route.

Information provided by Discovery Routes and the Ontario Parks websites.

Directions: From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, head southeast on HWY 11 for 14.5 km. Take exit 329 for Lake Nosbonsing Road/HWY 654. Continue on Lake Nosbonsing Road/HWY 654 for 23 km, then turn right onto HWY 534.  21.4 km further, stay right to remain on HWY 34 for an extra 9 km. Follow signage to the Provincial Park.

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