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Komoka Provincial Park, London

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • My sister just moved to Komoka and when I was there we decided to walk the trails. It was a pleasant day and we enjoyed the exercise and the company but having grown up a few blocks from Springbank Pa...  more »
  • If you enjoy hiking this is a great trail for just above an easy walk. Standard trail trough the woods with a few hills. I walk this all year round, mostly in the winter. Great for photo ops as well. ...  more »
  • Grew up in Komoka and hiked, biked and walked through here even before it was a provincial park. Nature at its best. Great place to take the dog for a walk.  more »
Google
  • Was a great hiking spot when it was free to park. Now there is a minimum charge of $5 (2 hours), but the amenities don't match that price. There are no picnic areas in the park, no shelters, no BBQs, not many benches. They also haven't marked any of the paths better or posted more signage. But, at the end of the day, it is a really nice area
  • Well maintained trail system in this "zero funded" provincial park. One suggestion is that you map out your route in the park ahead of time. Some trails are poorly marked. Oxford Street entrance has been permanently closed. Google the park for new parking information prior to your trip.
  • Unlike most of the other reviews here, I was not quite as impressed with this place as other visitors were. First of all, there's no maps anywhere along the trail that explain where to go or which trail to follow. It's very easy to walk for several KM's before having to turn around and go back the way you came. Secondly, if there were scenic areas along this trail, I must have blinked and missed them. There were a couple of openings through the trees that you could see a small bit of the river below but that was about it. Lastly (unless I missed something) there's nothing here but trees and plants. That's what it is , a hike on a dirt path in the woods with very little else. If that's what you're looking for, it's perfect, but if you're looking for a relaxing walk along a scenic trail with lots to do and places to sit and enjoy the surroundings, I wouldn't recommend this place.
  • Best place in London area for a hike. Great views. Well maintained. It won't dissapoint. (edit. this place is now pay per use. overpriced. terrible decision. you guys made a big mistake. I'm changing my 5 star to a 1 star, and not likely to revisit)
  • I have enjoying hiking in the park for years, but with the up coming expense of parking I see that this will come to an end. I do not object to paying for parking, it just that you have put too high of a price on it. I am on a fixed income and this would create hardship for me. If all places fallow suit, I see myself being locked in my apartment unable to afford to experience our beautiful country. Have a good day and don't look forward to your retirement, it's going to be sad.