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Guelph Hiking Trail Club Sections => Miscellaneous Hikes => Topic started by: marilyncouture on May 20, 2011, 12:07:25 PM

Title: Frontenac Provincial Park
Post by: marilyncouture on May 20, 2011, 12:07:25 PM
If you are ever in the Kingston area, you might want to check out Frontenac Provincial Park. It is a semiwilderness park with granite outcrops, vast wetlands, mixed forests & trees. We explored this park a couple days at the end of April.  Weather did not cooperate, but we still managed to hike two moderate trails- Arkon Lake (13km) & Cedar Lake (15km). The trails offered great scenery with much evidence of beaver activity and we even spotted three white tailed deer.

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