The rolling, granite terrain features areas of stunted forest, exposed bedrock, wetlands, and low-lying, productive forest. The park contains several species of vegetation that are considered regionally or provincially rare. The only visitor facilities in this nature reserve are a parking lot and a trail leading from the access road. However, the privately maintained Five Winds Cross-Country Ski trails wind through the park and the area is also good for hiking. Camping is not permitted. Location: The park has a rich community of Atlantic coastal plain species. These species are here because at one time, much of present day Ontario was submerged beneath numerous glacial and post-glacial lakes. When the ancient Lake Algonquin receded, it left a remnant community of Atlantic Ocean shoreline plants behind. The park also contains an inland section of displaced Georgian Bay shoreline. Parking is available however there are no visitor facilities. The park provides hiking trails maintained by the Muskoka Lakes Trails Association and canoeing opportunities exist. Camping is not permitted.