We visited the Park on a great day. It was some sort of 'national free day at the park'.
The 1.5 mile trail through the woods lead around Cypress and Wall Lake to the coastline. The trail was on the rocks near the water which was exceptionally clear.
The rock formations along the coastline are quite unique.
I borrowed this photo to show the underwater hole in the rocks leading from the cave to the outside shoreline about 30 feet away. This is why folks come to see the Grotto!
We had a picnic lunch overlooking the waters from our perch atop the cliff. A few seagulls looked like they were interested in our tuna sandwiches...
and one of us actually went for a swim. It was invigorating!
It was a pretty fantastic day for a hike and dip into the Grotto off the beautiful coastline of the Georgian Bay.
We may our way back to the car after a 3 hour excursion. From there we went back to Marg and Bill's cottage and had a wonderful dinner of baked ham and scalloped potatoes. We returned to the Roadrunner about 8:00 PM and watched some baseball before we called it a day.