Point Grondine Park in four days: Mahzenaging, Lyle Lake and Collins Inlet
This year for our annual mother-daughter backcountry camping trip, we wanted to venture farther north. We tried Killarney, but had difficulty booking the backcountry route we wanted for our timeframe. I’ve had an eye on Pointe Grondine Park and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to try it out.
Pointe Grondine Park is run by the first nations and is on the Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve. The park currently offers day hiking, a backcountry hiking loop and backcountry canoes roots. I don’t know of any other parks like this, so we were really looking forward to checking it out!
Reservations can be made by calling the band office on the website or booking online. The office had some great information and tips. Bookings are made by the campsite and not the lake unlike many provincial parks.
A week before our trip the office called to get out approx. ETA, so that a Trail Guardian could meet us.
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