Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

4.553 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
  • Address: 795122 3rd line, Orangeville, ON L9W 2Y8, Canada, Mono
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  • Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

A visit to Mono Cliff’s Provincial Park will bring the much-needed relaxation to you. This park is famous in the region for its hiking and walking trails. There are several looped and straight trails that take you through different regions of the park and make you cross bridges, cliffs, broad walks and metal fences. There are benches in this park for you to rest in the company of butterflies and songbirds. You will be delighted to see streams of water crisscrossing your path as you walk but bring enough drinking water with you as there are not water taps at Mono Cliff’s Provincial Park. Restroom facility is available here and leashed dogs are allowed.

How to Reach Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

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  • Mono Cliffs Provincial Park Address: 795122 3rd line, Orangeville, ON L9W 2Y8, Canada, Mono
  • Mono Cliffs Provincial Park Timing: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Mono Cliffs Provincial Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Mono Cliffs Provincial Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Excellent place for a hike some difficult terrain. Easy paths too. Good off road biking trails. Good views of surrounding. Country side. Peaceful place for meditation. Parking is $15.50 for the day. Bring a lunch and eat from a peaceful perch on the cliffs. I love coming here as often as I can.

  • The park was beautiful. It was really worth seeing. It took about an hour and a half from start to finish (from the parking lot to seeing everything then back to the parking lot) the cliff part is also nice to see along with the view of all the nature from the top. I didn't see any animals but we were told there could be bears around so it would help to be careful of your surroundings. But overall I would recommend checking it out

  • This provincial park is free to use, no admission fee. But you have to pay for the parking lot. The parking lot can take about 100 cars. You can pay $7.50 for 4 hours or $12 for a day. There's 6 public washrooms in the parking lot. This park is only for day use, not for camping. There are several hiking trails, but the Clifftop trail is very recommended. Almost all of the trail has medium to hard difficulty. Be sure to wear a proper hiking shoes and some water/electrolyte for replenishment. A bug repellent also good to bring. In some trails, there will be a steep route or a lot of steps. Be prepared.

  • We had an awesome time on the various trail parts. We spent about 3 hours hiking but only covered a part of some of the main trails. There's plenty to choose from: the park offers different trails with different difficulty levels. It is well cared for and clean. The maps are relatively good. Make sure you apply plenty of bug repellant and wear very comfortable hiking shoes. You can also access a nice portion of the famous Bruce Trail, from this provincial park. Visit the observation deck - on a nice day you'll have a beautiful view to marvel at. Regardless of whether, you'll get a good glimpse into unadulterated nature, and it's awe inspiring.

  • This is a great Provincial Park, just a short 30 minutes) drive from Brampton. We visited in spring and there was still a lot of ice in the ground and melting runoff. The trails were icy, but still navigable with the right footwear. The lookout was amazing as were the many trails. We will visit again.

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