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Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

Take Charleston Sideroad from Caledon, then go south on McLaren Road | Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston, New Tecumseth, Ontario L9R 1W1, Canada
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A good place to hike

Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. When we arrived here there were a group of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
kah9607
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Alliston, Canada
Beautiful Trails

Beautiful park. Trails are great and lead to a nice water fall area. Would definitely recommend the... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
Catherine-Rose M
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Take Charleston Sideroad from Caledon, then go south on McLaren Road | Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Alliston, New Tecumseth, Ontario L9R 1W1, Canada
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. When we arrived here there were a group of students who were giving information about invasive species of plants in the area. They were well informed and had good literature to hand out. We just did a...More

Thank kah9607
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Beautiful park. Trails are great and lead to a nice water fall area. Would definitely recommend the park to visit. Definitely wear running shoes and bug spray!

Thank Catherine-Rose M
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

A very beautiful park with many hiking trails of different difficulty levels. The longest of which being the Bruce trail, a 7km hike. Another heavily advertised site is the waterfall at the end of the meadow trail, which was incredibly underwhelming, and not worth the...More

2  Thank ananya b
Reviewed 12 June 2017

I know many look to the Forks of the Credit as a Provincial Park and great for hailing. It's true; it's good for all of that. I; however, think of the Forks of the Credit and a fantastic drive. For the last 25 years I...More

Thank Jeannine M
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Plenty of hiking trails and they are good for people of all age groups. From Waterfall to running stream it has it all. Parking is minimum $4.50 for 2 hours, $7:50 for 4 hours and $14:50 for all day. I took the second one and...More

Thank Abhi26_Travels
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Hiked a 12km loop from Forks of the Credit Inn to Brimstone (Forks of the Credit Road) and back. Mid week is very quiet and lots to see. Love the different levels of the trails including the challenging Dorthy Medhurst side trail.

1  Thank Bart M
Reviewed 5 March 2017

The Forks of the Credit Park is beautiful in the fall, but it's best in the spring. So many of our trails in Caledon are in the forest, but the Forks Park has wide open meadows as well as deeply incised forests. On those first...More

Thank Nicola R
Reviewed 16 January 2017

Love the forks of the credit provincial park for a quick walk or a longer hike. The beauty of nature right on your doorstep.

Thank chickandbeast
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

My top 3 fall hiking spots are Forks of Credit, Dundas Peak and Mono Cliffs. Pro: - Forks of cliffs is close to Toronto, north of Brampton. 1h15m from Scarborough - costs only $8-10 for 2/4 hours - has everything! Waterfalls, natural trails (no pavements),...More

1  Thank somethingeneric
Reviewed 20 October 2016 via mobile

My husband and I always love to visit the Forks of the Credit because the view of the fall colours are so beautiful. It's one of the hidden gems of Ontario. It's near the town of Belfountain of which is south of the city of...More

Thank merciadou
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Ksenia Z
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Response from Corinne G | Reviewed this property |
This is a day visit Park only for hiking and exploring. The closest provincial park to camp would be Earl Rowe.
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