Queen Elizabeth II Wildland Provincial Park

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Ontario Trails Council

Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park is a huge 33,500 hectare area encompassing some of the most beautiful lakes and forest in all of Ontario. 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. This area is used extensively for recreation, with numerous trails, including a portion of the Ganaraska Trail. This park is not operational and therefore has no maintained public facilities.


GPS Coordinates: 44.860888000, -78.820939000