Some of the most iconic Northern Ontario landscapes can be found in Restoule Provincial Park, including the 100 meter high Stormy Lake Bluffs. There are two ways to explore this particular site. You can plan a day trip on the lake by canoe, allowing you to view the rocky shores and towering bluff from below. Or, by land, you can follow the Fire Tower Trail up through mixed forest stands, leading you to a breathtaking panoramic view of the lake. To catch your breath, inspect the historic fire tower before looping back down to your campsite. To relax after an adventurous day of canoeing and hiking, soak up the sun and go for dip at one of the three sandy beaches on Restoule Lake. To fully explore all that this park has to offer, a backcountry paddling trip is the thing to do. The waters are smooth and the area is quiet and secluded, so your trip will feel wild and natural. As you paddle, you might see white-tailed deer, bears, pine martens, painted turtles, beavers, and foxes. There are also great fishing opportunities so make sure to bring your rod; you might catch a Lake Trout or two! You can portage over to the historic French River and venture through the rarely travelled backwaters of Shoal Creek, Shoal Lake, Bass Lake, and Clear Lake. You can also enjoy winter activities in this park. Please contact the park for more details.