Awenda Provincial Park

2 Reviews 670 Awenda Park Rd, Tiny, ON L9M 2J2

Awenda Provincial Park is a provincial park in Tiny Township, Simcoe County in Central Ontario, Canada, located on a peninsula jutting into Georgian Bay north of Penetanguishene. The park occupies an area of 2,915 hectares and was established in 1975.

Camping

Awenda offers camping in six campgrounds. Sites are shaded beneath Sugar Maples and Red Oaks and are spaced further apart than many other provincial parks. All of the sites in Wolf and some sites in Hawk Campground offer electrical hook-ups. Deer and Bear Campgrounds are designated radio-free while Snake Campground is both radio-free and dog-free. All six campgrounds are serviced by drinking water taps, vault toilets and a central comfort station complete with flush toilets and showers. Laundry facilities are included at the comfort stations in Turtle, Hawk and Bear Campgrounds.

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AlbertTI

(Reviewed on May 2021)
A big fan of this park
My family is a big fan of this park. Things we love about this park: - close to the city - good amount of hiking trails - dog beach - well spaced and private campsites - Beautiful views of the Georgian bay

KatV

(Reviewed on April 2021)
Lots of things to do and two good beaches to choose from
Pros: - Lots of things to do - hiking, biking, swimming, canoeing, camping (obviously) - There is a dog beach (beach#2 I think) for dog owners - Beach#3 is the best for swimming, it has sand and shallow water area Cons: - Last year when I was there, the park was overrun with caterpillars, there were caterpillars crawling everywhere. Apparently this kind of outbreak happens once in every 12 years or so. There is nothing to worry about, they are harmless, but I didn't exactly enjoy their presence that much
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