Awenda Provincial park
Awenda Provincial Park is a beautiful forested area that spans more than 2,900 hectares on the shores of the Georgian Bay. The park offers the public a brilliant array of winter and summer fun from biking, to swimming, to camping, to skiing, against a diverse and rich habitat and environment.
Awenda Provincial Park houses mature second growth deciduous forests, the Nipissing Bluff, kettle lakes, and a number of boulder, sand, and cobble beaches at the shoreline. The park also owns Giants Tomb Island.
670 Awenda Park Rd, Tiny, ON L9M 0B9
44° 49′ 19.056” N / 79° 59′ 28.752” W