Bonnechere Provincial Park
Bonnechere Provincial Park sits at the mouth of the Little Bonnechere River, where it opens into Round Lake. From the expansive sandy beach and shoreline boardwalk, the park stretches inland across 162 hectares of forest and wetland, encompassing 128 campsites, rustic cabins, hiking trails and interpretive areas. The park offers seasonal programming and events sure to please and delight all ages. Within a short distance of the park you can visit the site of a former lumber operation at Omanique’s Mill, an original stopping place at the Lafleur Homestead, and a circa 1900 log cabin and graveyard at Basin Depot. For a more exhilarating outing, climb to the top of Egg Rock to take in a panoramic vista, hike through a bayou-like silver maple swamp, or feel the spray of the rushing waters at High Falls.
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