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Komoka Provincial Park, London

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  • There are many trails leading off from the parking lots and it's very easy to stray. There's so much nature to see and you are just minutes from the City of London.  more »
  • We visited the 'Park' for the first time last week and had a great hike! You do have to pay for parking as with others parks. My only complaint was that there was no map at the entrance of online. The...  more »
  • in trying to raise monies parking on one side is eliminated and replaced with a fee parking lot on the other side - the trails are no better kept than other local trails - could have organized a frien...  more »
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  • Nice park. Prefer the right paths/trails more than the left ones. Saw deer and other little forest creatures here. Downside is that you have to pay for parking, but it is inexpensive. It is a provincial park.
  • It's pretty and a nice walk, but the fact that they put in a parking meter makes it almost not worth it when there are other places you can go for free. It's a minimum of $5 every time you go. For myself, I found that the trails didn't take much time to walk from end-to-end. We spent an hour and a half there walking casually and stopping quite frequently. It offers some nice views of the Thames River and has a short path that is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers, but the rest of it is more of a hike through the woods. I found some of the path to be very close to the road and it kind of took away from the nature feel of the area and wasn't quite what I expected from a Provincial Park. Much of the area is naturalized farmland. Overall it was a nice walk and probably good for taking pets and young kids out to (as long as you watch them as there are some strep drops). I'd recommend it, but personally probably won't return solely because of the parking costs (for me the experience didn't outweigh the cost, I have been to nicer places).
  • The new parking lot is sizeable. Easy to navigate through the trails. Lots of exploration and scenic views. Very diverse landscape. Coyotes and mountain lion have been spotted here however, keep an eye on smaller animals and children.
  • As many others have noted, was a great spot to go for a short hike or walk the dogs before you had to pay $5+ for parking. New parking spot is in a poor spot that doesn't really allow you to have great access to the whole park. Park trails are great, well marked and well kept. Some beautiful views at both park locations.
  • Awesome trails to hike around. Feel refreshed after a walk around this trail. I would give this place 5 stars, but the Ontario Government ruined it. $5.25 per/hour to walk around Komoka Trails now. If they can find a way to tax the people of Ontario they will! Don't get me wrong, I want to make sure our parks are cared for, but when does the Ontario Government stop taxing us on absolutely everything! Don't we already pay enough in taxes. Things like staying healthy outdoors should be covered! To eliminate cost people can volunteer, donate, and get sponsors for the Eco-system. Which a lot of people do, and I thank them for that. It's time for the Ontario government to say goodbye!