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Ferris Provincial Park

Park

While it is one of the smaller Provincial Parks, Ferris is a popular destination for walking, sight-seeing, and enjoying the sounds of nature. Here, you can get clear views and take some great pictures of the beautiful Ranney Falls. This park provides a natural escape from the city, while staying within walking distance to a chocolate factory, delicious cream donuts, and a treasured old-style movie house! A must-see feature of the park is the Pedestrian suspension bridge over the Trent River Gorge. Here, you’ll see the vastness and beauty of the mighty Trent River, which is an important natural feature in Ontario. There are also three trails of varying levels of difficulty. While wandering through the forests, you might see a variety birds and chipmunks that make their homes in the area. The trails that wind through the park tell stories of days past, as they take you along overgrown stone walls and old agricultural meadows that are relics of historic farms.

Watersheds

Lake Ontario

Traditional Territories

Anishinaabeg
Huron-Wendat

Treaties

Williams (1923)

Address

474 County Road 8, Campbellford, ON, K0L 1L0

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