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Misery Bay Provincial Park

#4 of 44 things to do in Manitoulin Island Features Animals
Misery Bay Road | Gore Bay, Ontario P0P 1Y0, Canada
+1 705-966-0563
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Beautiful shoreline, trails

Went to take a hike early morning, so many different trails to choose from. The shoreline was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Maggieb3
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Olds, Canada
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Remote and untouched

The trail out to Misery Bay is full of interesting flora and some fauna, although we only saw frogs... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2016
debbieleeg
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Cincinnati, OH
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Misery Bay Road | Gore Bay, Ontario P0P 1Y0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went to take a hike early morning, so many different trails to choose from. The shoreline was incredible. Will have to return for a longer one next time. The flowers, foliage, rocks were incredible.

Thank Maggieb3
Reviewed 12 November 2016

The trail out to Misery Bay is full of interesting flora and some fauna, although we only saw frogs and toads and heard lots or birds. The trail is relatively easy to traverse and the crystal clear waters Lake Huron at the end of the...More

Thank debbieleeg
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

An easy walk to the visitor center from the parking lot ... which was closed (holiday) but very thankful that there was clean single washrooms attached with flushing toilet and water. ..then a fairly easy walk through the forest area to the open Vista with...More

1  Thank Dawn D
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Had a super awesome time visiting misery bay again. There is a new shelter at the beach. there are alot of interesting things to see and do

Thank Dave L
Reviewed 1 September 2016

A great place to visit and explore nature trail systems along Misery Bay. Easy walking along the beach and forest. Park Interpretation Centre was kind of cool. Great spots for folks of all ages to enjoy.

Thank FamilyTraveller13
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Had a great time hiking just after a rain storm. Kids were fascinated with the waves along the shore. Did some swimming at the point. Water was great. The trail was perfect. Flowed nicely.

1  Thank Dave J
Reviewed 8 August 2016

This place is magical. There is so much to see. Unfortunately, I don't know all the plant names, but they just looked spectacular. I wish there was a way to put into words my experience. You simply don't go to "see" Misery Bay - you...More

1  Thank Maria C
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

Had a lovely hike to the beach with my wife and 8 year old daughter, where we did a little painting. There is an excellent and very informative visitor centre and a number of well- marked hiking trails. We took abortion a half hour hike...More

1  Thank anthony_grace
Reviewed 28 July 2016

The trails at Misery Bay are very well marked! There are a variety of trails to choose from and they vary in length from under 1 km to about 12 km. We chose to combine two trails and spent about 2 hours walking in a...More

1  Thank logandonna
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This is great little hiking trail,keep your eyes on the markers it's easy to get turned around.It is a drive to get to this place,so make the most of it!

1  Thank ReviewcriticSarniaOn
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valvan2014
Is this a camping provincial park?
2 September 2015|
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Response from OnParks | Property representative |
We don't offer camping at Misery Bay Provincial Park, but it's a fantastic spot for a day trip. Located on Manitoulin Island, Misery Bay offers over 15 km of hiking trails, a boardwalk and a bird-viewing platform... More
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