Hardy Lake Provincial Park
One of the unique aspects of Hardy Lake Provincial Park is the rare plant species left behind after the glaciers receded 12,000 years ago. The plants belong to the Atlantic coastal areas but have survived hear ever since.
The park covers only 684 hectares and does not have any facilities for overnight stays but does have some hiking and cross country skiing trails that circle the lake where you can see some old and historic buildings along the shoreline. Or bring your canoe or kayak to enjoy Hardy Lake.
You can access the park, which is near the town of Torrance, by taking Hwy 169 to East Bay Road to Hardy Lake Road.
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