Petroglyphs Provincial Park in Woodview

Located in Woodview, Petroglyphs Provincial Park holds the largest collection of ancient First Nation petroglyphs (rock carvings) in Ontario.


From the parking lot, visit the Learning Place Interpretative Centre to discover more about the petroglyphs and their spiritual meaning. From displays, posters and videos, the Centre offers information about the traditions of the Ojibway people through the teachings of the medicine wheel.

After learning about the petroglyphs, you can head over to the protective building to view the cave drawings. From carvings of turtles to bears and thunderbird to boats, every petroglyph tells a different spiritual story. It's quite an interesting experience learn about this spiritual place.


  • Parking fee is $14/day. 
  • You cannot take any photos or videos at Petroglyphs, but the park offers crayon rubbings of different cave drawings. 
  • There are hiking trails of that offer great opportunities for wildlife. 
  • Hours of operation: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.