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Point Grondine Park

PG Park
A First Nation owned and operated recreational park, Point Grondine has over 7,000 hectares of scenic natural wilderness landscape, old growth pine forest, stunning river vistas and eight interior lakes to explore. The picturesque water trails flowing along the coast of Georgian Bay invite you to many canoe routes, hiking trails and backcountry campsites located throughout the interior of the Park. Hike, canoe or sea kayak along the traditional routes of the Anishnaabek people and be ready to be captivated by this historic and majestic place.

The trailhead is ideally situated off of Killarney highway 637 nestled between the Killarney and French River Provincial Parks; it is in the northern terminus of the Georgian Bay Coast Trail, a sustainable world-class hiking trail in the spectacular landscape of the UNESCO Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve. The Georgian Bay Coast Trail is dedicated to providing an unforgettable experience in a world-renowned location and will provide hikers with 200 km of rugged coast to explore. Be ready to get your feet wet as the trail will have limited infrastructure and be a one of a kind adventure – you will explore Georgian Bay and its beauty one step at a time!


Throughout the summer months you can explore the park through Authentic Aboriginal Experiences that connect you to the territory of its original descendants.  The park is accessible through mandatory park permits and can be purchased online at or by calling 1-705-859-3477.

Merv's Landing  

Merv's LandingTrail Length: 6.0 KM Looped - Advanced

Permit Required

Self-Guided Hike

This single tract, natural surfaced trail flows through hardwood and old growth pine stands. The trail crosses beaver dams via handcrafted pine bridges to the interpretive signage at Recollet's summit overlooking the Killarney mountain range.

Wemtagoosh Falls Loop- Georgian Bay Coast Trail

Trail length: 21.0 km Looped - Advanced

Permit Required

Self-Guided/Backcountry Camping

Wmetagoosh Falls    Wemtagoosh Falls 2    Water Spyder    Water Spyder 2

This trail has a water crossing at the Mahzenahzing Lake via self - propelled raft called the "Water Spyder". This rugged trail takes you through old growth pine forest along the river to Wemtagoosh Falls and take in the breath taking scenery.

Kaa-Gaa-Genhs Water Trail

Water TrailCanoe/Kayak Water trail

Permit Required

Backcountry Campsites


Begin your adventure at the French River Park at Hartleys Bay and make your way to the southern coast of Point Grondine to Collins Inlet. Campsites are nestled along the sheltered pink granite bays of the coast and provide ample opportunity to relax and take in the breathtaking scenery.



Making Footprints- Interpretive Hike

BT Look Out

Guided 4 hrs - Merv's Landing

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This educational experience has a focus on the way the Anishnaabek use plants for utility, edibility abd medicinal purposes. Our aboriginal guide "Joseph" has devoted his life to learn the ways of our people and through his wealth of inherited knowledge will connect you with nature by showing you the traditional uses and sciences behind the teachings.