This relatively moderate effort and family friendly trail is only a 1.2 km loop with water views for over half of it. There is some elevation to the view point (where you can view both lakes), and is best enjoyed if hiking clockwise.
Ummm, baby food anyone?!?! Judge if you must, by these food packets are a lifesaving hiking hack. So that happened. Then it was straight to The Hungry 7 is Perth for all-the-food. You can never go wrong with this place. Looks like a regular dinner, and yet, the food is incredible. Gourmet worthy.
Sharbot Lake Provincial Park is an extremely busy family friendly spot in the summer months.
These are the lands of the Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ, Mississauga, Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin) and Wendake-Nionwentsïo people. It is important as avid hikers and stewards of the land, to acknowledge and understand the full story our surroundings along with the people that care for her, both past and present. As sourced from native-land.ca, if there are corrections please send to email@example.com.
Discovery Trail: This relatively moderate effort and family friendly trail is only a 1.2 km loop with water views for over half of it. There is some elevation to the view point (where you can view both lakes), and is best enjoyed if hiking clockwise. The path is 1-2 person wide and well marked. Discovery Trail at Sharbot Lake PP is an interpretive trail with maple, birch, and oak trees lining the path.
Ridgeview Trail: It’s a 500m out and back trail that takes you straight up to the ridge for a decent view of the lake below. Fairly narrow with plenty of overgrowth. This trail took less than 20mins to complete, pictures and all.