Ranger’s Point Trail (Restoule PP)


Rangers Point Trail photo: Discovery Routes


Ranger’s Point Trail at Restoule Provincial Park is a short scenic trail around a peninsula on Stormy Lake. The trail is wide and smooth, appropriate for walking, biking, and strollers. Take a picnic lunch and enjoy the view from one of the waterside sites or enjoy a quiet swim in Stormy Lake.

Trailhead UTM 594647 mE x 5102672 mN
Ownership Ministry of Natural Resources – Ontario Parks
Management Restoule Provincial Park
Length 0.86 km
Activities Hiking, Mountain Biking
Amenities Lookout, Picnic Area, Public Beach, Washrooms
Difficulty Easy
Surface Abandoned Park Roads, Level
Fees Park-entry Fee

Rules for Use

  • motorized travel is prohibited
  • appropriate footwear is a necessity
  • pets must be leashed at all times
  • park entry permit is required for trail use


From the HWY 11/17 junction near Seymour Street, head southeast on HWY 11 for 14.5 km (9 mi). Take exit 329 for Lake Nosbonsing Road/HWY 654. Continue on Lake Nosbonsing Road/HWY 654 for 23 km (14.3 mi), then turn right onto HWY 534. 21.4 km (13.3 mi) further, stay right to remain on HWY 534 for an extra 9 km (5.6 mi). Follow signage to the Provincial Park.

For More Information

Restoule Provincial Park
8818 ON-534, Restoule, ON
(705) 729-2010

The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.