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Category: County of Frontenac

Birdwatching | South Eastern Ontario | Spring Photoblog

Birdwatching is best done outside, so get out of the basement!

Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers | #OptOutside | Natural Treasures

e·phem·er·al /əˈfem(ə)rəl/ That which lasts for only a short time. Spring wildflowers bloom during a tiny window, and the best place to look for them is along trails in open fields, woodlands, deciduous forests and some mixed forests.

Kayaking | Gould Lake Conservation Area | Summer PHOTOBLOG

There is no doubt that Gould Lake Conservation Area is an ideal place to enjoy a tranquil day.

The Point Restaurant | #inFrontenac | Sydenham Ontario | FOODIEBLOG

The fantastic little restaurant is in Sydenham, South Frontenac, Ontario. Centrally located in town, the dining spot is close to the Cataraqui Trail, and the nearby Gould Lake Conservation Area, and Frontenac Provincial Park.

Hiking | Kennebec Wilderness Trails | #inFrontenac | Summer Photoblog

Check regional and provincial guidelines before travelling! ontario covid 19 travel restrictions may be in place. If you were to stop here, hoping to reconnect with Mother Nature, you’d only need to take a few steps along the trail before the stress would be melting away.

Boat Tour | Kayaking | Bon Echo Provincial Park | Summer PHOTOBLOG

Mazinaw Rock at the Narrows From the first moment I saw the 330-foot tall Mazinaw Rock, I only wanted to get closer. Every time I saw boaters and paddlers along the cliff face, it only made me long for our time on the water.

The Shield Trail | Bon Echo Provincial Park | Summer Photoblog

Pass through hardwood forests, cedar lowlands, marshlands, and near Bon Echo Lake along your journey through this beautiful backcountry trail.

Bon Echo Provincial Park Guide | Hike | Tour | Learn | #OntarioParks

Pillars of Nature Once we arrived at Bon Echo Provincial Park, there was only one thought consuming us – and that was getting our first look at Mazinaw Rock.

High Pines Trail Hike | Bon Echo Provincial Park | Summer Photoblog

Hike through various stages of forest growth and over the Canadian Shield.

Cliff Top Trail | Mazinaw Rock | Bon Echo Provincial Park | Summer Hiking Photoblog

You’re just at the start of the trail – keep going to learn about the hike and see many photos from the hike up and the views from multiple lookout points.

A Summer Hike on the Doe Lake Trail | Frontenac Provincial Park | Photoblog

Take a stroll down the trail on a bright summer day in this gallery overflowing with images.

Spring Melt Hiking | Arab Lake Gorge Trail | Frontenac Provincial Park | Photoblog

About Frontenac Provincial Park Frontenac Provincial Park‘s 5355 hectares are located on the southern edge of the Canadian Shield. There’s a network of over 100 km of hiking and backpacking in interconnected loops, plus canoe routes through 22 lakes through the wilderness.

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