Earl Rowe Provincial Park Camping And Hiking.

Earl Rowe Provincial Park Camping And Hiking

Earl Rowe has two large day-use areas. The Main Day-Use area located on the east side of the lake and Westbeach on the other side. Both areas have plenty of picnic tables available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fletcher’s Mill Pond Trail – 1.5 km (linear) – 30 minutes to complete
This trail is paved for accessibility and is an easy walk around Earl Rowe Lake. Cyclists are reminded to yield to pedestrians and wheelchairs.

Rainbow Run – 11 km – approximately 3 – 4 hours to complete
This trail is a loop that encompasses the entire trail system around Earl Rowe. This shared-use trail allows for walking or biking to the pool, park store, Resource Centre or your favourite fishing spot. A portion of this trail includes a moderate incline to a lookout platform. Biking is not recommended on this portion of the trail.

Little Trail – 0.5 km (linear) – less than 1 hour
Designed for a quick, easy walk through the woods from Westbeach to the main road, the Little Trail will bring you out by our fish ladder and dam.

Lookout Trail – 4 km (loop) – 2 hours
Take this trail for a hike up to a beautiful lookout platform overlooking Earl Rowe and surrounding area. This trail includes a moderate climb and biking is not recommended.

Resource Trail – 1.5 km (loop) – 1 hour
Follow this easy trail and learn about the great natural resources at Earl Rowe.

Riverside Campground Trail (linear)
This trail connects campers to both sides of the park. We encourage all Riverside campers to “park” their cars and access the west side of Earl Rowe using this new trail. Hop on your bike and enjoy a quick ride to the beach, swimming pool, park store, Resource Centre or other hiking trails. This is a non-motorized vehicle trail.

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