This area, regulated as a recreation class provincial park in 1960, occupies 147 hectares on the northeast shore of Caliper Lake. Dominated by clayey sand tills, the park contains representative mature red and white pine.
There is a large beach and buoyed swimming area. The dedicated angler might catch Northern pike, crappie, walleye, or Smallmouth bass. A lucky individual might see American White pelicans that occasionally make Caliper Lake their home.
Car, group, and walk-in camping are all available.
Biking | Birding | Boating | Canoeing | Fishing | Hiking | Swimming
Detailed information on these can be viewed at: Caliper Activities