Every spring, rainbow trout leap up a fish ladder on their way up the Boyne River to spawn. Once occupied by Hurons and farmed by settlers, this scenic river valley has been partially flooded to create a reservoir. Visitors can paddle here, sunbathe at two beaches, swim in a pool big enough for 1,500 or hike to lookouts.
Campground Areas: 8
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Earl Rowe Provincial Park Photos
River running through park passes behind Rabbit Loop and Salmon Run
Nice recreational park especially liked the radio free campsites, smaller sites but quiet no drinking, RVs or excessive amounts of screaming children. Clean bathrooms decent camp store overall a good location within a short drive to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park and other conservation areas.