This park has become a very popular park to visit. The beautiful vista and rock formations a simply spectacular. This park is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks System and the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The Bruce Trail passes through here. There are no visitor facilities. The purpose of this 526-hectare nature reserve is to protect the rock formation and the plants unique to the area. The area is best suited for hiking and nature appreciation. Visitors are asked to remember that the natural features are vulnerable and easily damaged.
Please take note that this is NOT a serviced park. There are no facilities. It is rugged and can be dangerous. The trails are uneven, there are many crevasses (cracks) where people and pets can fall into. It is a must to wear proper footwear in this park. This area, like other areas of the peninsula does have rattle snakes. Make sure to wear hiking boots, bring a light jacket and water. If you are bringing a child - make sure they are old enough to hike for a few hours if you intend on reaching some of the popular vistas. Baby strollers or other wheeled vehicles are not recommended. Also know that there are NO garbage cans on the