The rugged landscape, ancient hills, and cliffs that overlook sparkling blue lakes make Mississagi Provincial Park one of Ontario’s best-kept secrets. It is one of the best hiking destinations in the province, with over 40 km of trails to explore. The trails wind over the forested ridges and hills. Fall is a particularly spectacular season for hiking, as the forest lights up with reds, yellows, and oranges. To catch a glimpse of a provincially significant wetland, hike along the McKenzie Trail to the outlook point over the vast Stag Lake Peatlands. For a breathtaking view of Helenbar Lake and the Boland River Valley, hike up the Helenbar Lookout Trail. This trail peaks at a viewpoint on top of a north-facing ridge at a 130 metre elevation. The lakes in the surrounding area are ideal for canoeing and kayaking; a great way to explore the shorelines the area. The scenery in this park is tough to beat, making it one of the nicest camping destinations in the province. You can also enjoy winter activities in this park. Please contact the park for more details.