As of June 16, the Quebec / Ontario border will finally reopen, which means your list of places to visit this summer can now grow! And if you’re a big fan of nature, one of your first visits to our neighboring province should involve a walk in Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.
This park is about a 6 hour drive from Montreal, but well worth the road trip for the breathtaking views you will be able to see once you arrive.
Before you go, check out our responsible travel guide to be informed, be safe, be smart and most of all, be respectful during your trip.
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Mono Cliffs Provincial Park in Orangeville is full of impressive rocks and you can venture out on the hiking trails that lead you through the wonders of the site. On the hiking trails you will cross walkways and stairs through cracked caves, trees and mountains.
Nestled in the heart of the forest, you will also find a turquoise waterhole that will remind you a lot of being in the Caribbean.
Entrance fees to the site range from $ 12.25 to $ 21 per car, taxes included, to walk around and enjoy the park for an entire day. To ensure your place in the park, be sure to purchase your day pass before heading there.
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park
Cost: From $ 12.25 to $ 21 (taxes included) per car for daily access
When: Open all year round, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Address: 795122 3rd Line E., Orangeville, ON