The trails at Misery Bay Provincial Park are open all year!
The Visitor Centre and washrooms are CLOSED
A big thanks to all of our visitors, volunteers and supporters. We have welcomed over 7000 plus visitors to Misery Bay Provincial Park this year, the highest number of visitors in recent years- most of these visitors have been from Ontario.
Our park with it's moniker 'Misery Loves Company' is showing up on the 'must visit list' of more people and as these folks spread the word about what Misery Bay has to offer- more will come.
Please join us at Misery Bay and hike our trails throughout the fall and upcoming winter- but please respect our park and what it protects remember that Misery Bay Provincial Park is classed as a Nature Reserve Park in the Provincial Parks system which gives it the highest level of protection as we appreciate all that it has to offer.
So enjoy to the fullest- but please do not remove anything from the park except your memories and photos and of course your garbage.
Please leave everything as you found it, each of the rocks, plants, flowers, clamshells, sticks, branches and everything else is an important part of those unique Misery Bay ecosystems.
A Friend of Misery Bay
Misery Bay is a day use park only and visitors will see a new pay rate in effect for day use.
The Pay and Display unit has been moved into the parking lot at the trail entrance that leads to the Visitor Centre and is turned off until next May.
Day use fees as set by Ontario Parks are now for a vehicle with all occupants included in fee. Fees are as follows:
$ 9.75 Senior
$ 6.00 Person with disabilities
Please check the Ontario Parks website for annual day use permits allowing day use access at over 100 Ontario Provincial Parks for the season.
Please use the "CONTACT US" form above