Chutes Provincial Park, Massey

Chutes Provincial Park is a recreation class provincial park in Sables-Spanish Rivers, Ontario near the community of Massey, Ontario, Canada. The park is named after a logging chute that diverted logs around the waterfall on the Aux Sables River. The waterfall is considered the main attraction at the park, along with the Seven Sisters Rapids found upstream from the waterfall.Unlike many other provincial parks, its proximity to Massey allows the park to use the municipal water supply, meaning that water does not have to be boiled before drinking.
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  • At the end of August, 2017 we spent one night at Chutes, and one month later, in the second half of September, we again camped there for over a week. We were lucky—instead of the fall, the summer fina...  more »
  • Standard Provincial Park, Sites aren't very private and it was loud with what seemed like seasonal camp sites. Did have working laundry facilities and clean showers/ Bathrooms  more »
  • The sites were very private with tall shade trees. We got a site near the falls and it was wonderful to listen to the rushing water. Nice shower house. There's a little store nearby too. Very convenie...  more »
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  • The falls are a great place to explore - we spent the whole day there. Campsites were well maintained and a good size. Could hear noise from town, including a party going on at a cottage just on the other side of the fence. Good place for a one or two night stopover on a family trip
  • Camped at this park on my way to Manitoba. I really enjoyed my time here. My campsite was surrounded by beautiful pine trees, which offered a comforting place to stay for the night. I soon found out that a few steps away from my campsite was a trail that offered a beautiful view of the amazing chutes! There weren't a horrible amount of mosquitos. During my stay, I decided to go for a swim in a pool of water with another marvelous view of the chutes, and although the water was cold, I had a great time and took some amazing pictures!
  • Pretty cool place, wish i had more than just a couple hours there. perfect place to take a doggo with ya. Be weary of the rocks near the water, wearing boots I slipped on em like they were made of ice and almost went for a swim
  • Great winter hike. Snowshoes were not needed on this day as the trail has been broken. Trekking poles are still a good idea with some icy spots.
  • Large private sites in radio free zone. Could hear the falls all night - awesome! This park features a trail that wins past the 'seven sisters' or 7 small rapids/chutes. Very picturesque. I actually was able to do a 5 km trail run on this route. I've been traveling west for the past two weeks and this park has had the most polite friendly staff. Also, the small corner store closest to the park gate man's their own ice which lasted considerably longer than the brand you get everywhere. I recommend this park.

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