List of provincial parks of Central Ontario

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This is a list of provincial parks in Central Ontario . These provincial parks are maintained by Ontario Parks. For a list of other provincial parks in Ontario, see the List of provincial parks in Ontario.


Dufferin County

NameEstablishedCommons categoryPictureCoordinates
Boyne Valley Provincial Park 1985 44°06′42″N80°06′34″W / 44.111666666667°N 80.109444444444°W / 44.111666666667; -80.109444444444
Hockley Valley Provincial Nature Reserve 1989
Nottawasaga River tributary.jpg
43°59′06″N80°03′44″W / 43.985°N 80.0622°W / 43.985; -80.0622
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park 1985 Mono Cliffs Provincial Park
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44°02′48″N80°04′37″W / 44.0467°N 80.0769°W / 44.0467; -80.0769

Haliburton County

Dividing Lake Provincial Park 1985 45°24′13″N78°36′33″W / 45.403611111111°N 78.609166666667°W / 45.403611111111; -78.609166666667
Silent Lake Provincial Park 1977
44°55′15″N78°04′11″W / 44.9208°N 78.0697°W / 44.9208; -78.0697

Hastings County

Egan Chutes Provincial Nature Reserve 1989 45°04′49″N77°44′24″W / 45.080371°N 77.739862°W / 45.080371; -77.739862
Lake St. Peter Provincial Park 1971
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45°19′11″N78°01′17″W / 45.3197°N 78.0214°W / 45.3197; -78.0214
Menzel Centennial Provincial Nature Reserve 1997 44°21′30″N77°07′31″W / 44.358382°N 77.125391°W / 44.358382; -77.125391
Stoco Fen Provincial Nature Reserve 1985 44°27′43″N77°13′48″W / 44.4619445°N 77.23°W / 44.4619445; -77.23

Kawartha Lakes

Balsam Lake Provincial Park 1968
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44°37′58″N78°52′29″W / 44.6328°N 78.8746°W / 44.6328; -78.8746
Emily Provincial Park 1957 44°20′15″N78°32′06″W / 44.3375°N 78.535°W / 44.3375; -78.535
Indian Point Provincial Park 1989 44°38′04″N78°49′25″W / 44.634444444444°N 78.823611111111°W / 44.634444444444; -78.823611111111
Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park 2002
The Black River south of the Victoria Falls.JPG
44°50′00″N78°56′00″W / 44.8333°N 78.9333°W / 44.8333; -78.9333

Northumberland County

NameEstablishedCommons categoryPictureCoordinates
Ferris Provincial Park 1971 Ferris Provincial Park
Ferris Provincial Park and river from suspension bridge.jpg
44°17′31″N77°47′38″W / 44.291944444444°N 77.793888888889°W / 44.291944444444; -77.793888888889
Peter's Woods Provincial Nature Reserve 1976 44°07′43″N78°02′25″W / 44.1286111°N 78.0402778°W / 44.1286111; -78.0402778
Presqu'ile Provincial Park 1922 Presqu'ile Provincial Park
43°59′38″N77°42′47″W / 43.9939°N 77.7131°W / 43.9939; -77.7131

Muskoka District Municipality

NameEstablishedCommons categoryPictureCoordinates
Arrowhead Provincial Park 1971 Arrowhead Provincial Park
Arrowhead Lake.jpg
45°23′30″N79°11′55″W / 45.3917°N 79.1986°W / 45.3917; -79.1986
Big East River Provincial Park 2000 45°28′05″N79°04′58″W / 45.468055555556°N 79.082777777778°W / 45.468055555556; -79.082777777778
Bigwind Lake Provincial Park 1985 45°04′15″N79°01′26″W / 45.070833333333°N 79.023888888889°W / 45.070833333333; -79.023888888889
Gibson River Provincial Park 1968 44°56′24″N79°41′59″W / 44.93996°N 79.69985°W / 44.93996; -79.69985
Hardy Lake Provincial Park 1985 45°00′40″N79°31′28″W / 45.011111111111°N 79.524444444444°W / 45.011111111111; -79.524444444444
J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park 1985 45°24′19″N79°01′11″W / 45.405277777778°N 79.019722222222°W / 45.405277777778; -79.019722222222
O'Donnell Point Provincial Nature Reserve 1985 45°04′54″N80°02′52″W / 45.08162°N 80.04767°W / 45.08162; -80.04767
Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park 1985 45°24′43″N78°53′40″W / 45.411944444444°N 78.894444444444°W / 45.411944444444; -78.894444444444
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park 1958 Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
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44°53′56″N79°45′29″W / 44.899°N 79.758°W / 44.899; -79.758

Peterborough County

NameEstablishedCommons categoryPictureCoordinates
Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park 1989 Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park
44°45′N78°15′W / 44.75°N 78.25°W / 44.75; -78.25
Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park 1955 44°18′00″N78°16′09″W / 44.3°N 78.269166666667°W / 44.3; -78.269166666667
Petroglyphs Provincial Park 1981 Petroglyphs Provincial Park
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44°36′55″N78°02′27″W / 44.6152°N 78.0408°W / 44.6152; -78.0408
Quackenbush Provincial Park 1985 44°33′40″N78°00′07″W / 44.561111111111°N 78.001944444444°W / 44.561111111111; -78.001944444444
Serpent Mounds Provincial Park 1957
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44°12′33″N78°09′17″W / 44.209166666667°N 78.154722222222°W / 44.209166666667; -78.154722222222
Wolf Island Provincial Park 1985 44°33′46″N78°15′02″W / 44.562777777778°N 78.250555555556°W / 44.562777777778; -78.250555555556

Prince Edward County

Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park 1957
Lake on the Mountain.JPG
44°02′02″N77°03′32″W / 44.034°N 77.059°W / 44.034; -77.059
North Beach Provincial Park 1970 43°57′28″N77°31′37″W / 43.957777777778°N 77.526944444444°W / 43.957777777778; -77.526944444444
Sandbanks Provincial Park 1990
Lake Ontario - Sandbanks Provincial Park 2001.jpg
43°54′00″N77°16′00″W / 43.9°N 77.2667°W / 43.9; -77.2667
Timber Island Provincial Nature Reserve 1985 43°57′25″N76°50′19″W / 43.956944444444°N 76.838611111111°W / 43.956944444444; -76.838611111111

Simcoe County

NameEstablishedCommons categoryPictureCoordinates
Awenda Provincial Park 1975 Awenda Provincial Park
Awenda - panoramio (1).jpg
44°50′30″N79°59′21″W / 44.8417°N 79.9891°W / 44.8417; -79.9891
Bass Lake Provincial Park 1957 44°36′16″N79°28′51″W / 44.604444444444°N 79.480833333333°W / 44.604444444444; -79.480833333333
Beattie Pinery Provincial Park 1997 44°07′27″N79°51′34″W / 44.12405°N 79.859516°W / 44.12405; -79.859516
Devil's Glen Provincial Park 1965 44°21′38″N80°12′27″W / 44.360555555556°N 80.2075°W / 44.360555555556; -80.2075
Earl Rowe Provincial Park 1964 44°09′28″N79°54′18″W / 44.157777777778°N 79.905°W / 44.157777777778; -79.905
Mara Provincial Park 1970 Mara Provincial Park
Lake Simcoe beach Mara Provincial Park.JPG
44°35′13″N79°21′36″W / 44.587°N 79.36°W / 44.587; -79.36
McRae Point Provincial Park 1971 44°34′17″N79°19′41″W / 44.571388888889°N 79.328055555556°W / 44.571388888889; -79.328055555556
Noisy River Provincial Nature Reserve 1989 44°16′14″N80°11′30″W / 44.270605°N 80.191803°W / 44.270605; -80.191803
Nottawasaga Lookout Provincial Nature Reserve 1994 44°24′27″N80°15′02″W / 44.407598°N 80.250629°W / 44.407598; -80.250629
Springwater Provincial Park 1958 44°26′23″N79°45′41″W / 44.439722222222°N 79.761388888889°W / 44.439722222222; -79.761388888889
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park 1959
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44°29′38″N80°01′18″W / 44.493888888889°N 80.021666666667°W / 44.493888888889; -80.021666666667
Waubaushene Beaches Provincial Park 1969 44°44′53″N79°43′12″W / 44.74805°N 79.72004°W / 44.74805; -79.72004

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