Sharing the Awenda Story
Awenda Provincial Park is located on Georgian Bay, 20 minutes northwest of Penetanguishene, Ontario. With great diversity in both terrain and natural ecosystems, Awenda visitors will be amazed at the different landscapes they will experience.
Awenda is classed as a Natural Environment Park and features: 333 campsites for seasonal camping, 33 km of trails, a kettle lake called Kettle’s Lake, four beaches, and great Natural Heritage Education programming during the summer months.
YOUR TICKET TO NATURE!
DON’T MISS OUT ON YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! LAST MONTH TO PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THE FRIEND’S OF AWENDA PARK RAFFLE!
DRAW SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2019!
- Purchase tickets at the Park Store
- Fabulous prizes – Original watercolour painting and prints by Lou Robitaille; a pair of Toronto FC tickets; or a Tim Horton’s Gift-card ($50)
- All proceeds support research and education at Awenda
First Prize Lu Robitaille original water-colour valued at $1750 – Robitaille Homestead Trail
Second Prizes, Lu Robitaille limited edition giclee framed prints – Valued at $160!
DID YOU KNOW THAT…
- The Friends of Awenda, a not-for-profit organization, offers school, youth, and adult groups a wide variety of educational programs.
- The Friends of Awenda have funded several research programs at Awenda since 2001
- Awenda has over 200 recorded species of birds, and encourages birdwatchers to drop by the Administration building with interesting sightings
- Awenda has one of the largest stretches of Old Growth Forest in Canada (243 ha)