What You’ll Like :
Paddling alongside ancient cedars at the cliff base of the 100 meter high Stormy Lake Bluff
Hiking the Fire Tower Trail for an amazing view of Stormy Lake
Mountain Biking on the Angels Point and Rangers Point Trails
Car and RV camping in a beautiful maple forest
Waterfront camping at our walk-in campsites on Restoule Lake
Backcountry camping at our easy access sites on Stormy Lake and the Restoule River
Spectacular views of some of the best Fall colours Ontario has to offer

Fire Tower Trail – 7 km
This loop trail will take from 2 to 2.5 hours and is rated as moderate with several steep rocky climbs.
The fire Tower Trail ascends through mixed forest cover and provides the opportunity to experience several stages of natural history including forest fire and severe wind events. The reward for your hard work is a spectacular view from atop the 100 meter tall Stormy Lake Bluffs and a close inspection of a historic fire tower

The River Trail – 2 km
This loop trail is rated as easy as it takes you through the rolling topography of the west side of the Restoule River. This gently paced trail will take you about 45 minutes to complete.

Rangers Point Trail – 1 km
This easy loop trail provides walk-in access to two spectacular campsites in the backcountry. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the serenity of a waterfront campsite on Stormy Lake.

Angels Point – 5 km
There are two loops to this hiking and cycling trail, both are appropriate to every level of experience from “just out of training wheels” and beyond. Rated as easy, you can complete both loops in less than 60 minutes or spend a while longer to explore this rolling terrain.

Gibs Trail – This moderate to difficult linear trail is as long as you choose to make it. Gibs Trail is a beautiful undeveloped backcounty trail that leads out of the park into adjacent Crown lands. This trail is generally unmarked and unmaintained but remains obvious as it progresses generally westward toward the French River. Bicycles are permitted on Gibs Trail. Sections of this trail remain wet all season and several beaver dam crossings can add to the difficulty.

Once outside of the park, Gibs Trail has several branches and dead ends. A GPS and accurate map are recommended if you plan to leave the park boundaries.

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We would also direct you to read our DISCLAIMER and our TRAIL USERS CODE.



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Length: 4 trails of 7, 2, 1, and 5 km
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking and Cycling
Accessibility Notes: None
Fees: Park entrance fees

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: picnic areas, washrooms

Phone: 705-729-2010

Find it: 8818 Highway 534 Restoule, ON

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 46.0655060
Longitude: -79.7656540