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Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park

Ragged Falls Park Road, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0, Canada
705-789-5105705-789-5105
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Nice little walk along falls

Was still raging even in -30C temperature, some nice ice features had formed. Car park was not... read more

Reviewed January 3, 2018
David M
,
United Kingdom
Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario

Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. This one was a blast from the past. We spent a... read more

Reviewed November 7, 2017
kah9607
,
Alliston, Canada
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“short hike” (8 reviews)
“on the rocks” (6 reviews)
“hour pass” (3 reviews)
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Ragged Falls Park Road, Dwight, Ontario P0A 1H0, Canada
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705-789-5105705-789-5105
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Reviewed January 3, 2018

Was still raging even in -30C temperature, some nice ice features had formed. Car park was not cleared of snow so had to park on side of road, but trail had been walked so was fairly compacted to walk on.

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Reviewed November 7, 2017

Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. This one was a blast from the past. We spent a few years living up in this area running a resort. Whenever we had time off and means of transportation we would come to Ragged Falls. It...More

1  Thank kah9607
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Reviewed October 30, 2017

Waterfallsofontario.com rates Ragged Falls 4/5, "large waterfall" with moderate access. All true! You can get a 2 hour pass which is cheap but don't... spend more time! If you get a day pass you can use it at the other provincial parks too (and vice...More

1  Thank HitchinwitMyles
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Reviewed October 19, 2017 via mobile

The falls are amazing, just go there before you go to Algonquin Park! The climb is not that hard and the distance is very short. Make sure to walk a little further if you reach the fences, because you can get on some rocks on...More

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Reviewed October 18, 2017

Good place to visit and do some hiking, good for photos. Depending on the time of year the view of nature and changing colours of the leaves, the trip is as relaxing or demanding as you choose.Enjoy

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Reviewed October 17, 2017 via mobile

I'm a frequent visitor to Algonquin but this was the first time that I took a stop at ragged Falls. I've seen a lot of beautiful places but this may have been one of my favorites in the park.

Thank Corey C
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Reviewed October 4, 2017

Very nice, unfortunately, overrun with tourists and their garbage. Great photo opps. Best to visit in the spring.

2  Thank IslandTreasureHunter
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Reviewed September 10, 2017

About 1/2 hour east of Huntsville off Hwy 60, is this provincial park. Cost to park only had one option at $14.00 for the day, which is a ripoff if only staying for an hour or 2!! It's a short 15 minute walk uphill through...More

1  Thank CliffS418
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Reviewed August 8, 2017

The view from start to end is so tranquil and serene. Spending many hours paddling to the falls and back. Pondering time around the patch of water grass, the water lilies, the water hyacinth, watching the multi coloured dragon flies fluttering their wings are precious...More

Thank Canada_MyHome
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Reviewed August 8, 2017

We hiked this trail on a rainy day, was not overly busy. Car park is $14 a vehicle which is very pricy. We had a 3 yr old and a 7 yr old who were able to handle the hike. Some steep parts, lots of...More

1  Thank denisetrem
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amer a
July 21, 2015|
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Response from dwbcaa | Reviewed this property |
If your canoeing from the river below the falls there is an area that you could leave your canoe, in a way pushed off aside along the shoreline, then just hike up to the top of the falls.
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