AAA Editor Notes
Petroglyphs Provincial Park is 6 km (4 mi.) e. on CR 6, following signs. Algonkian-speaking Indians carved images of turtles, snakes, birds and humans on limestone rock A.D. 900-1400. Discovered in 1954, the petroglyphs are reputedly the largest concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in Canada and are now enclosed in a protective building. The park also offers hiking and interpretive trails. Evening programs are presented during July and August; phone for schedule.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.