113741 Highway 7, Kaladar, Ontario K0H1Z0

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Things to Do

Make it a full day road trip or even an overnight stay & explore our area!

Just 25 minutes away from Thrill Seeker ATV tours, the Bon Echo provincial park boasts beautiful sandy beaches, historic indigenous pictographs, canoe and kaya rentals, boat tours and more!

bon echo provincial park

Over 40 km of hiking trails

Over 15 lakes and water bodies

Canoe & Kayak Rentals

Historic Indigenous pictographs

Interpretive boat tours available

100 metre high Mazinaw Rock featuring over 260 Indigenous pictographs

Spanning an impressive 8294 hectares, Bon Echo Provincial Park is a breathtaking natural gem in Ontario. This picturesque destination offers many opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, whether you prefer exploring on foot or by watercraft which are also available to rent in the park. With its serene lakes and extensive network of hiking trails, it’s a true haven for nature lovers. The park boasts a variety of accommodation options, including 530 campsites, over 200 of which are equipped with electrical services. For those seeking a more rustic experience, there are 30 backcountry canoe and hike-in sites, as well as 21 roofed accommodation structures. Even if you’re not planning an overnight stay, day passes are available, allowing you to immerse yourself in the park’s natural splendour. And let’s not forget the three inviting sandy beaches, where you can cool off with a refreshing dip in the water and soak up the sun’s warmth.

How to Plan

  • Paddleboats, canoes and kayaks are available to rent at the Bon Echo lagoon with the first com first serve basis.
  • Campers at Joeperry Lake can enjoy their own private beach – only accessible by paddling.
  • Experience quality family programming at the amphitheater & program.
  • Have a lunch at there picnic area
  • Enjoy a refreshing swim at the Main Beach, where you’ll find a lovely sandy shore, a marked swimming area, and great picnic spots. You can also take a dip at North or South Beach if you prefer.
  • Swing by Greystones Store for some great souvenirs and essentials needs.

L&A Dark Sky Viewing area

Dark Sky viewing area

a great place to see the stars anytime

Nestled 10 minutes south of Thrill Seeker base, the L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area offers a celestial experience akin to the starry nights of a century ago, the most southerly point in the province to do so. The site features a concrete pad for camera or telescope setup, or simply for placing lawn chairs to gaze upon the natural wonder of the stars. Ample parking and a spacious concrete pad cater to those seeking to observe the heavens, whether through lenses or with the naked eye. DSVA is available year-round for the stargazers and they hosts monthly events from May through September, but weather permitting. These gatherings provide a laser-guided tour of the night sky and the opportunity to peer through telescopes, making them an ideal introduction for novice stargazers to the wonders of the cosmos. If you would like your own private space to enjoy the peace watching the Sky in a bubbly hot tub check it out our RV accommodation right at the Thrill Seeker Base.

Laser-Guided Stargazing Tour events take place on Friday & Saturday nights near a new moon. Each starts about an hour after dusk and lasts approximately 60 minutes. Weather permitting, you’ll get a laser-guided tour of the night sky. After the laser tour, you can line up to take a look through our 16″ Dobsonian Telescope.

These free events are a great way for novice stargazers to get acquainted with the night sky.

Winery Tours

Potter Settlement Winery

potter settlement winery

Potter Settlement Winery, proud to be the very first winery in Hasting’s County, is situated just north of Tweed, Ontario. They also  operate on the basis of combining methods both traditional and contemporary. They  grow from the earth, as wineries did in the very beginning, but are also conscious of modern methods. You can learn all about this and more on their tours.

Farm Visits

Ontario outdoor activities

May experience one horsepower after riding 44!!

Discover the joys of rural life by visiting the charming farms near by!

These excursions offer entertainment and educational outdoor activities that the whole family will relish. Our area boasts a delightful array of farms that ethically raise content livestock and produce delectable treats like cheeses, fresh eggs, maple syrup, honey, and much more.

Hickory Lane Alpacas

Ever wanted to meet an alpaca? This is your chance to pet and perhaps even feed one. Plus, you might encounter the odd chicken, goat, pig or horse as well.

Second Chance Ranch

Not only is this beautiful ranch home to horses, goats, alpacas and other farm animals it also is committed to finding a forever home to horses in need. Saddle up and go for a ride.

Ruby's Acres Alpaca Farm

From barn to yarn! Learn the steps that alpaca fibre takes from the animal to the wheel to the amazing handspun yarn in one of their classes.

rubys acres alpaca farm
barking goat farms

Barking Goat Farm

Book a farm tour and snuggle a goat, meet a donkey and learn about chickens at this fun and interactive farm. The farm stand has lots of yummy things to take home like fresh eggs, caramel sauce, veggies and more. 

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