• Park
    Fitzroy Provincial Park
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Seeing a century-old mature forest can be rare in Ontario, but Fitzroy Provincial Park just happens to be home to two. Here you will find a century-old White Pine Forests and a stand of 200 to 300-year-old Bur Oaks. When you pass through these forests, you might catch a glimpse of some native bird species, like killdeer, goldfinches, and flickers. The splendid white pines cover most of the park, while the Bur Oak stand is nestled in the meanders of the Carp River. The Carp River and the mighty Ottawa River connect in this park, and along the Ottawa Rivers’ edge you’ll get a glimpse of shale terraces and pillars from Ontario’s glacial past. Sandy beaches are tucked along the shoreline, creating calm areas great for swimming and relaxing with a picnic lunch. All of these irreplaceable features make the Fitzroy park a great place for camping, paddling, swimming, hiking, and exploring all that the Ottawa Valley has to offer



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Address
5201 Canon Smith Drive, Fitzroy Harbour, ON, K0A 1X0

  • Weather
  • Current temperature
  • -23°
    Feels like -35°
Breezy and mostly cloudy until afternoon.

    • Humidity

    • 63%
    • Precipitation

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    • UV Index

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    • Visibility

    • 9.2km
    • Sunrise

    • 7:38 AM
    • Sunset

    • 4:56 PM
    • Wind gust

    • 42.9kph
    • Wind speed

    • 27.8kph
    • Wind direction

    • Northwest

    • Tuesday

    • -11°
    • -24°
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    • -10°
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    • -8°
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    • -6°
    • -22°
    • Saturday

    • -8°
    • -25°
    • Sunday

    • -3°
    • -17°
    • Monday

    • -6°
    • -18°