Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park

Location: Peterborough, Ontario
Region: Central
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 106.3 acres

Mark S. Burnham
By Ontario Parks

Once a woodlot on the Burnham estate, this park near Peterborough was bequeathed to the province as a quiet spot for a walk in the woods. Stop for a picnic or follow trails that meander through majestic stands of maple, beech, elm and hemlock - among the oldest in Ontario.

Picnics and Day Use
Picnic tables and washroom facilities are provided. A large picnic shelter is close to the parking lot.

Mark S. Burnham Trail 2.5 km (1 hour) easy
This trail winds through a mature hardwood forest.

Wildlife Viewing
Chipmunks, red squirrels and birds such as ruffed grouse, flicker, chickadee, nuthatch and thrasher make their homes in the park.

Winter Activities - Cross-country ski and snowshoe through the woods.

For more information:
Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park
797 County Road 10
Omemee, Ontario
K0L 2W0