I love this park! It’s an area considered sacred by the Native Indian tribes, containing 5000 years old petroglyphs (carvings on stones) considered the Teaching Rocks. At the Learning Centre, we can learn more about their teachings, following by a visit to the covered area where the petroglyphs are. The rest of the time you can enjoy hiking in the beautiful forest that surrounds the place.
I’ve organized the same day trip several years ago, with another group, and they loved it so much they wanted to go again. This time, I prefer to go there with more fellow introverts … but extroverts are welcome too. 🙂
It’s a 3-hour drive one way from Toronto. We’ll have to take sandwiches and water with us since the place has a small coffee shop that might not be able to accommodate all of us.
And if you’re interested in spirituality & meditation, that’s an excellent place to explore and experience it. The place has a special energy, being situated on the intersection of the Earth Lay Lines (if you know what that means).
I thought there might be other people who would like to explore these topics in this powerful place, or at least have the curiosity to visit the petroglyphs and enjoy some Sping hiking in a beautiful forest (trails lead to small lakes).
If you’d like to join us, here are some details about this day trip:
- Price: $35/ person (includes the two-way bus transportation from Toronto to Petroglyphs Provincial Park, the bus parking fee and the entrance fee in the Park)
- No meals included. You can buy coffee/ tea/ water and snacks at the coffee shop inside the Learning Centre of the Petroglyphs Provincial Park.
- If the driver accepts, we will stop at a plaza with fast food on our way back.
- Payment options: Paypal or credit card (click the button below). Please contact me if you prefer another payment option (cash, check or email money transfer).
- We’ll meet in the parking lot from Yonge & York Mills (York Mills subway station) on May 28 at 7:30am.
If you’re in Toronto, I hope you’ll join us! I’m positive that you’ll love this trip!
PS: You can find more info about the Petroglyphs Provincial Park here.