Ontario is blessed with countless beautiful parks that showcase the wondrous beauty of Canada. In the Northumberland region, there's one park with a glorious suspension bridge that crosses over a breathtaking gorge.
The Ranney Gorge is a natural landform in Ferris Provincial Park, which is only a short 2-hour drive from Toronto. The gorge collects the water that flows out of Ranney Falls, which is located upstream on the Trent River. The best views of the gorge are from the suspension bridge, which hangs only 300 feet above the water!
The bridge is part of the Trans Canada trail and is also nearby to other local attractions, including downtown Campbellford. Visit the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge today!
Note: All park fees apply.
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