Service: Ontario Parks - Petroglyphs Provincial Park
|Record #: PET0781||Last Modified: 20 Feb 2020||Last Full Update: 20 Feb 2020|
|Description (Service)||Largest known concentration of Indigenous rock carvings (petroglyphs) in Canada. Offers opportunities to learn about traditions of the Ojibway (Nishnaabe) people at the Learning Place Visitor Centre. Recognized by First Nations as a practicing sacred site.
Also offers opportunities to view wildlife and hiking trails through forests, wetlands and rocky ridges
Day use park * no camping
|Hours||Mon-Sun 10 am-5 pm * No vehicle access after 4:30pm. All vehicles must exit before gates close at 5:30pm.
* Closed Mon, Tue in Spring and Fall with the exception of Holiday Mondays.
|Areas Served||Peterborough (County of)|
|Fees||Admission - see website for details|
|Address and Location|
|Site Location||34 km north of Peterborough on Hwy 28, 11 km east of Hwy 28 along Northey's Bay Road|
|Located In Community||Woodview|
|Address & Map||
2249 Northey's Bay Rd
Woodview, ON K0L 3E0
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|Intersection||Northey's Bay Rd and County Road 6|
|Physical Access||Partially Accessible - buildings are fully accessible, trails are not accessible|
|Social Media|| Facebook: www.facebook.com/ontarioparks
|Mailing Address||c/o Ontario Parks
300 Water St
Peterborough, ON K9J 3C7