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Hardy Lake Provincial Park, Torrance
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  • I took my dog a couple of times, There are many trails, You can also go sit at lake. A lot of tree, Very Scenic. 
  • Place, went on the recommendation of the owner of the hotel where we stayed the day before. We took the long route, it is longer than it seems. It is signposted but not always very well we lost a little. Haver so many trees you can even make a day with rain without just get wet, as it was our case.
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  • Well we have hiked here numerous times before so I am not sure how this happened. But there were a lot of fallen trees and debris and I feel like some of the markers were missing. We needed up going f...  more »
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  • 8km trail is a great way to explore the local topography. Relatively well marked. Offers great views and a moderately challenging hike. The trail seems to have gotten much busier this year - large contingencies of foreign tourists. If the lot is full, people tend to park along the highway. Oh, and there are some neat bridges!
  • Went on Thanksgiving weekend and did 3km trail. Very beautiful scenery. Saw many different kinds of mushrooms. Better to go in the morning on weekends. The parking lot is not that big. There were a lot of people parking on the street in the afternoon.
  • Nice trails (8km and 3km) in a beautiful setting. Great views of the lake and nice places to enjoy the view, picnic and swim. If you don't have bug repellent in the non-winter months, the experience won't be so enjoyable - like most places in wild Ontario, there are black flies and mosquitos. I will return to the park next time in the area.
  • I did the 8 km trail. This is a really nice trail. The lake view is amazing and it's a great place to find a little peace.
  • A place where you can find lots of interesting plants, especially mushrooms. Some part of the trail is maintenance due, esp a bridge is needed over a muddy creek at middle of the trail.