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Lion's Head Nature Preserve
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Lion's Head Nature Reserve
Lion's Head, ON
  • Orient yourself at the trailhead
  • To get into the |Nature Preserve, use the Bruce Trail
  • Keep an eye out for wildlife! (common garter snake)
  • Follow the signs to the Park attractions
  • One of the largest potholes in the reserve. Go on in.
  • The view from the bluff...200ft up
  • Enjoy the view...
  • A botanists dream
  • Download the Bruce Trail ap for orientation

Lion's Head Provincial Park is a nature reserve in Ontario, Canada, located near the town of Lion's Head on Georgian Bay. The park contains portions of the Niagara Escarpment and is noted for its glacial features, especially potholes. Part of the Bruce Trail runs through the park.


"The white limestone cliffs of the Niagara escarpment, melting into the blue clear water of Georgian bay is a really breathtaking sight. Be well prepared with snacks and water. It's amazing! Make sure you stop into the town of Lion's Head for delicious ice cream and to take your picture in front of the old light house."

Access Via McCurdy Drive Parkette
Lion's Head, ON, N0H 1W0

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Free Admission

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