Lake St. Peter
Surface Area 580 acres, Max Depth 94', 10% Crownland, Fish: Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout,SM Bass, 

Lake St. Peter Provincial Park

The park is located on Lake St. Peter 2 km (1.2 mi) off Hwy 127.  The park is 478 hectares, (1,180 acres) with 65 campsites, two beaches and two hiking trails. The main access gatehouse also contains a small store supplying minimal camping equipment, firewood, ice and rental canoes.

South of Algonquin, Lake St. Peter features two sandy beaches and opportunities to boat, fish, bike and hike. It has two trails that lead to a lookout, a kettle pond and a derelict shanty, and is linked to the Hastings Heritage Trail. This mineral-rich area is a rockhound's delight and a magnet for artists.



Algonquin Provincial Park

Located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario. It is the oldest provincial park in Canada having been established in 1893. Additions since its creation have increased the park to its current size of about 7653 square kilometres.  Over 2,400 lakes and 1,200 kilometres of streams and rivers are located within the park.  Algonquin Park was named a national historic site in 1992 in recognition of it`s several heritage values.




Nearby Towns:

Maynooth, Ontario (12km),_Ontario

Whitney, Ontario (17km)
Bancroft, Ontario (35km)
Denbigh, Ontario (39km), Dorset (42km)



Nearby Restaurants


The Mad Musher

Enjoy casual dining while viewing the beautiful Madawaska River.  The Mad Musher is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a relaxed, casual setting.  Licensed dining room with Internet access.


The Granite (fine dining) - Tel: 613-332-1500

45 Bridge St. West, Bancroft, ON


Vito's Pizzeria (casual dining) - Tel: 613-332-4404

143 Hastings St. North, Bancroft, ON


Thomas Oliver's (casual dining) - Tel: 613-332-3450

4 Bridge Street West, Bancroft, ON