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Komoka Provincial Park, London

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#2 of 6 in Wildlife in London
Forest · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
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  • The views at Komoka Provincial park are amazing. You get a variety of scenery and some great views of wildlife. While hiking, I saw two beautiful deer about 10 feet from me. The weekends can get kind....  more »
  • I used to frequent this place quite often. It was not usually busy. Now with all the ridiculous fees, I no longer attend. There are countless, no-charge places that are just as nice. A lot of...  more »
  • Nice trail we went on had lots of little challenges, hills and dales! We had a bit of problem following the one trail, signs weren't great. But overall we really enjoyed it for a fall hike!  more »
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  • Komoka Park is a beautiful treasure. However it needs to be inclusive and embrace all people, especially those who have low income levels. Nature and hiking and all such activities build strong healthy Communities. In addition, there needs to be maps throughout the area, indicating "You Are Here" to be able explore the area more effectively.
  • Nice hiking park along the Thames River west of the London, Ont., city limits. Most trails are for hikers only, but they've set aside a couple for diaper-wearing horses and mountain bikers Best trails are to the left of the Gideon Drive parking lot. The free-admission, no camping park lost its lustre after eliminating free parking and charging $5.25 for two hours. They did this after many vehicles were broken into. The fee is to pay for security cameras and solid, storm-safe washrooms among other improvements.
  • Trail i found was small but it was pretty good. Some parts of the trail i found were it was hard to walk on for just 1 person because they didn't clear up sone portions so it ended up being too narrow in those spots. Also some of if is on the main road so you do get some of the traffic noise when you pass through some of the trail. One of the smaller parks in the Ontario Parks system (considering that this place holds the same status as a juggernaut like Algonquin) but this place has enough going for it, with decent walks and access to a Canadian Heritage River.
  • This place has a pay to park meter now. Ridiculous and not necessary. Used to be a place me and my friends would visit all the time. Now ill never go there again in my life along with many other people simply because the fact you have to pay14.50 to park and walk through a bush
  • I paid $5.25 for my puppy to get sick after swimming. If you are going to enjoy a hike without dogs then it is a nice spot. If your dogs like to swim I would stay away.

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