Bring your own boat!
If you’re looking for an Ontario hidden gem to visit, say no more. French River Provincial Park is an interconnected waterway of gorges, lakes and rapids waiting for you to paddle through. You can navigate the water to get to your campsite on this historic river used in the earliest years of Canadian history.
According to Ontario Parks, it is Canada’s first designated Heritage River.
Located in Alban, Ontario, it is a watercourse that Indigenous people, French explorers and fur traders once used.