Rosewall Creek Provincial Park

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Outdoor Activities

Spread across 54.3 hectares (134.18 acres), Rosewall Creek Provincial Park was founded in 1956. Dotted with coniferous trees and broad leaf maples, it is one of the most attractive places during fall. Comprising of two picnic spots, beach areas and a few hiking trails that lead to a waterfall, this park is a lovely spot for a family outing. You can cycle on the roadways though helmets are required. Anglers can fish by the river however will need a licence. The changing color of the park is really a delight to the eyes.

Location:  Island Highway South & Berray Road