You Can Add This Ontario Park To Your Summer Bucket List Now That The Border Is Reopening

As of June 16, the Quebec/Ontario border will finally reopen, meaning your list of places to visit this summer can now expand! And if you're a big fan of nature, one of your first visits to our neighbour province should involve a stroll through Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.

This park is about a 6-hour drive from Montreal, but well worth the road trip for the breathtaking views you'll get to see once you arrive.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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Mono Cliffs Provincial Park in Orangeville is packed with impressive rocks and you can venture out on the hiking trails that lead you through the wonders of the site. On the hiker's trails, you'll cross walkways and stairs through cracked caves, trees and mountains.

Tucked away in the heart of the forest, you'll also find a turquoise waterhole that'll remind you a whole lot of being in the Caribbean.

Site entry fees range from $12.25 to $21 per car, with taxes included, to walk around and enjoy the park for an entire day. To ensure your spot in the park, be sure to purchase your day pass before heading over.

Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

Cost: From $12.25 to $21 (taxes included) per car for daily access

When: Open year round, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Address: 795122 3rd Line E., Orangeville, ON