Chutes Provincial Park
|Chutes Provincial Park|
The waterfalls as seen from the viewing platform in the spring.
|Nearest city||Massey, Ontario|
|Area||108 ha (270 acres)|
|Governing body||Ontario Parks|
Chutes Provincial Park is a recreation class provincial park in Sables-Spanish Rivers, Ontario near the community of Massey, Ontario, Canada. The park is named after a logging chute that diverted logs around the waterfall on the Aux Sables River. The waterfall is considered the main attraction at the park, along with the Seven Sisters Rapids found upstream from the waterfall.
Unlike many other provincial parks, its proximity to Massey allows the park to use the municipal water supply, meaning that water does not have to be boiled before drinking.
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