Mono Cliffs Provincial Park


Location: Mono, Ontario
Region: Southwestern
Character: Natural Environment
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Length/Size: 732 hectares

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Natural Features
Mono Cliffs contains a significant section of the Niagara Escarpment, including crevice caves, an upland limestone plain, and talus slopes. The park features two prominent masses of rock, separated by erosion from the main rock body. When this occurs, the resultant feature is called an outlier.

Botanists have noted that the local vegetation includes a particularly rich diversity of ferns.

Park Facilities and Activities
This park is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks System, and the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The park offers parking lots, toilets, and trails for hiking. The natural features in the park are fragile.

Location: Fourteen km northeast of Orangeville, four km east of Mono Centre. Take hwy. 10 north from Orangeville to Mono Centre Rd. (Dufferin County Rd. 8), then go east eight km past the village of Mono Centre to the 3rd Line E.H.S. Go north one km on 3rd Line E.H.S. OR take Airport Rd. to Mono Centre Rd. (Dufferin County Rd. 8), then go west to 3rd Line E.H.S. North one km on 3rd Line E.H.S.

For more information:
Earl Rowe Provincial Park
P.O. Box 872
Alliston, Ontario
L9R 1W1
(705) 435-2498