Puzzle Lake Provincial Park
Unspoiled natural beauty abounds
If you’re looking for unspoiled natural beauty, you’ve come to the right spot. Puzzle Lake Provincial Park has rugged and diverse terrain composed of a mosaic of rock barrens, igneous cliffs, dry-mesic mixed forest, and numerous wetlands and lakes.
Wandering through the park is fascinating. This area supports 16 provincially rare species: the highest known number of rarities found in an ANSI in eastern and central Ontario. On a park outing, keep your eyes open for a five-lined skink, a Blanding’s turtle or a bald eagle.
A great place for:
- 1 of 3 Provincial Parks in L&A
- This is a non-operating provincial park, there are no facilities, activities or signage on site
- This is an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI) due to its diversity of upland and wetland habitats, and abundance of rare species
Location and more details:
Hike In: 1-707 Norway Lake Road, Tamworth
Paddle In: 2459 County Road 15, Tamworth
Directions: The park is located approximately 12km north of the Town of Tamworth, and 60km northeast of the city of Kingston via Hwy 401 and County Roads 4 and 15.
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