Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Narrow Hills Provincial Park is the perfect wilderness getaway for the family and angler alike. In addition to the native walleye, perch, and northern pike found within the region, lakes within the park are stocked with trout species, including brown, lake, brook, cutthroat and tiger. Uniquely shaped by the last glacial period, the park boasts more than 53,000 hectares of narrow valleys, knob and kettle terrain and boreal forest. Experience this scenic park's dramatic and vast landscape by hiking the hills above the Gem Lakes. Rough the wild by camping at one of the park's wilderness campsites at Jade, Diamond and Opal Lakes. For that perfect getaway with minimal effort and preparation, two Camp-Easy sites are available for booking. With its well-maintained beach, picnic and playground facilities, and with more than 25 bodies of water located within its boundaries, Narrow Hills Provincial Park is a place where adventure awaits.