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Grundy Park is easy to find, as it is located just North of the Key River off of Hwy 69. It has multiple campsites and lakes to enjoy the great natural outdoors. Filled with deciduous and evergreen trees it offers great hiking, swimming, kayaking/canoeing, and...More
Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. This was our final park on a 12 day road trip. We had missed it on the way up north as it was closed due to fires in the area. We were so happy to see it...More
I have been coming to this park since 1958, which is the year before its official opening in 1959. What brings me back year after year? Besides that lovely call of the loon, it's the fine swimming, paddling and hiking, the friendly, helpful staff and...More
I’ve stayed at Grundy with my family twice this summer, and I really enjoyed both visits.
During the first visit, July 16-21, we stayed in White Pine campground. It was family-friendly and just a two-minute walk to the main beach. Campers were friendly and mindful...More
The park itself is gorgeous. Very well maintained washrooms and other facilities. The beaches, jumping rocks, and trails are all excellent.
However, what is with the rangers?! We had a large group of families, some with teenagers. Had some fun playing guitar and singing -...More
It is a rather big park just off highway 69 and usually is very busy in the summer. I have often used it as my overnight stop before starting a canoeing trip on the French, Pickerel or Key Rivers.
This year we did not plan...More
Grundy Lake PP is one of the nicest provincial parks that we have visited. The natural beauty of the lakes, the shore line and the hiking trails is something to experience. The call of the loon day or night happens often as the campsites are...More
This park has many campsites which offer a various degree of privacy. The best ones—which are difficult to get—are lakefront. There were a lot of families with small children, so the park may become very noisy. Also be careful while driving, as you will encounter...More