Went for a couple of smaller hikes yesterday, as well as a nice bike ride. This park is actually suited more for bicycle riders than hikers. We had our bike ride take us through the large campground. There are around 360 campsites here, but only about 90 of them are serviced with electric and water.
It is NOT cold out. However the mosquitoes are VERY hungry.
Nice level treed campsite. Too bad they are so expensive.
The 90 serviced sites were about half full, and they will probably be close to full for the holiday long weekend here in Canada which begins tomorrow. But the unserviced sites were virtually empty.
Saw a deer and her fawn while out for our bike ride
Got a little closer before they took off into the forest
Parked up beside the river having dinner
And then around 8:30pm we left the park. Found a fantastic overnight spot just outside the park limits, but right beside the road. It was totally quiet overnight, until the logging trucks started at around 6am. No problem, we moved back into the park at 7am this morning and went for a 6km (3.7 mile) bike ride and then a 5km (3.0 mile) hike, all before 10:00am! Really have to keep moving because the mosquitoes are pretty bad!
Forgot to get a pic and GPS coordinates of our parking spot last night, but we're going there again tonight!