Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources

Site: Woodview

Service: Ontario Parks - Petroglyphs Provincial Park

Description
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
Service Details
Hours Jun to Labour Day: Mon-Sun 10 am-5 pm * spring (second Fri in May to last Mon in Jun) and fall (Labour Day to Thanksgiving): Wed-Sun and holiday Mondays 10 am-5 pm * should arrive before 3:30 pm, entrance gate closes at 4:30 pm
Dates May-Oct
Areas Served Peterborough (County of)
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application
Languages English
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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Physical Access Partially Accessible - buildings are fully accessible, trails are not accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-877-2552
Website www.ontarioparks.com/park/petroglyphs
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/ontarioparks
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Mailing Address c/o Winter Mailing Address: Ontario Parks 
PO Box 500 
Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0

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