Petroglyphs Provincial Park

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Woodview, ON K0L 3E0- Map It
(705) 877-2552

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.
$14 (per private vehicle); $11 (ages 66+ per private vehicle); $7 (physically impaired visitors per private vehicle).
Hours: Daily 10-5, Jan. 1 to mid-May, mid-June to mid-Sept. and Nov.-Dec.; Wed.-Sun. and holiday Mon. 10-5, rest of year. All vehicles must exit the park before gates close at 5:30.