Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park

Location: Kawartha Lakes, Ontario
Region: Central
Character: Natural Environment
Length/Size: 35,505 hectares

Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Natural Features
Formerly known as Dalton Digby Wildlands, this park is one of the most diverse and least disturbed natural areas found in Central Ontario. Containing more than 50 landform vegetation patterns, this site has limited or no recent history of logging. Its low-rolling topography includes organic soils, flat sandy deposits, and bare bedrock uplands with shallow soil patches.

Park Facilities and Activities
This area is used extensively for recreation, with numerous trails, including a portion of the Ganaraska Trail.

Note: There are no maintained public facilities or services within the park. Camping is not permitted at Victoria Falls, Hunter's Lake, Robinson Lake and Little Gull Lake.

Location: This park is found in the western portion of Haliburton County, the Townships of Anson and Lutterworth; the northern portion of the City of Kawartha Lakes, in Dalton and Digby Townships, as well as the southern part of Ryde Township in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

For more information:
Central Zone
c/o Arrowhead Provincial Park
R.R. # 3 Hwy 11
Huntsville, ON, P1H 2J4
(705) 789-1481