Bigwind Lake Provincial Park

Location: Muskoka Ontario
Region: Near-North
Character: Natural Environment
Length/Size: 1967 hectares

Bigwind Lake Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Natural Features
This hilly, protected environment lies off the beaten track. Geological features found here include a ground moraine deposited by the last glaciation, and middle to late Precambrian rocks, part of the central gneiss belt. The park's ecological diversity features extensive upland forests of Sugar Maple, Hemlock and Yellow Birch, and low-lying swamps, marshes and meadows.
Park Facilities and Activities
Protected places such as Bigwind Lake are sensitive to damage and overuse. Visitors are welcome but are asked to respect the ecosystem. The park, open for day-use only, has no facilities for visitors.

Location: In the Muskoka region, accessible via water from
Bigwind Lake, or via Highway 118 east from Bracebridge, then north
along an unmaintained road. NOTE: No publicly maintained access is available.

Park Class: Natural Environment
Size: 1,967 ha
Operating Park: No

For more information:
Arrowhead Provincial Park
R.R. 3
Huntsville, Ontario
(705) 789-5105