Parks



Petroglyphs Provincial Park
Just northwest of Peterborough, visitors can view the largest known concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in Canada at Petroglyphs Provincial Park.  There are over 900 carvings of turtles, snakes, birds, humans, and much more.

Warsaw Caves Conservation Area
There are seven caves found in the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area, all of which can be explored.  The conservation area also offers camping, hiking, canoeing, and picnic facilities.

Jackson Park
Located in the heart of Peterborough, Jackson Park is a large, popular park offering trails perfect for running, biking, and walking.  It is one of over 100 public parks in the city.

Riverview Park and Zoo
The Riverview Park and Zoo, located on the banks of Peterborough's Otonobee River, features 27 exhibits with over 48 species including Yak, Camel, Wallaby, Emu, Squirrel Monkey, Cougar, and Meerkat.