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Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park

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Power of nature

While in Huntsville for a conference we made a side trip thanks to recommendation of locals to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Michael Bonnie C
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Kitchener, Canada
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Beautiful and majestic

We kayaked to the falls from our cottage on Oxtongue Lake--it was an awesome paddle, and a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
GiacomoUno
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Pittsburgh
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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 yesterday via mobile

While in Huntsville for a conference we made a side trip thanks to recommendation of locals to visit Ox Tongue rapids just minutes from town. Alas the ground was still frozen and we didn’t chance it. Fortunately we ended up stopping at Raggwd Falls just...More

Thank Michael Bonnie C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We kayaked to the falls from our cottage on Oxtongue Lake--it was an awesome paddle, and a breathtaking experience when we turned the last bend and saw the falls in front of us

Thank GiacomoUno
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Easy walk from the parking lot right on HWY 60. Walking this trial will provide you with views of rapids and a waterfall.

Thank wscottcoates
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was my second visit to this park and the views are great. The trail is a little rugged but not hard and not long. Just watch your steps from a lot of tree roots and rocks. Once at the top its quite relaxing just...More

1  Thank grey0wl
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

This is not strenuous at all but there us a climb involved but when you reach the top you are rewarded w a stunning view of these beautiful falls. Must do!

1  Thank K S
Reviewed 23 May 2018

The winter had not yet left the park during our visit. A lot of snow and ice made this hike a little dangerous. If you took a wrong step it was into the freezing cold rapids for you because of the icy slopes. But we...More

1  Thank caeleyrobinson
Reviewed 3 May 2018

A short, sweet hike in (even if the gate's closed). It's a picturesque class 4-5 rapid, but the park authority has not troubled to make it readily accessible or viewed from a lookout. A best view would be by canoe from downstream - put in...More

1  Thank Gary K
Reviewed 27 April 2018

It's a great short and fairly easy hike to the falls and surrounding area - definitely worth checking out.

Thank BasVan
Reviewed 3 January 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.

Thank David M
Reviewed 7 November 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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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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