Caving in Ontario
     
Warsaw Caves
Warsaw Provincial Park?
Warsaw, ON, Canada
Directions: Approximately 25 km north-east of Peterborough. The little green park symbol (check your legend) will indicate the park section. The town of Warsaw is a few kilometers from the caves. For more information, contact the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, 380 Armour Road, Suite 200, Time Square, Peterborough, ON K9H 7L7.

Sheep Cave
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
ON, Canada
Phone: (905) 878-1147
From Hwy 401, take Hwy 25 south to Steeles Avenue, west on Steeles to Appleby Line, south on Appleby for 3km. From Q.E.W., take Appleby Line north; 1 km north of Derry Road on top of escarpment. 45 minute drive from Toronto and Hamilton.

Bonnechere Caves
Bonnechere River Provincial Park
Muskoka Zone, PO Box 9000, 1 Manominee Steet
Huntsville, ON, Canada, P0A 1K0
705-789-9611
Location: Outside of the town of Bonnechere southwest of Pembroke 37km Size in Hectares or Square km: 1,198 Hectares At this site you will see an excellent example (one of the only in the province) of an underground braided river system. This formation is found in a fossil rich Ordovian limestone formation. The site is situated on a 15 acres of land adjacent to the Bonnechere River There are 114 campsites available from mid-May through Labour Day.

Collingwood Scenic Caves
Collingwood, ON, Canada
DIRECTIONS: Drive west on First Street to the First Street extension. Continue west on Mountain Road which becomes Grey Road 19. Turn left onto Mountain Drive and a quick left onto Scenic Caves Road. Follow this road to the top of the hill.

  Bat Cave
Cavern Lake, ON, Canada
About 40km northeast of Thunder Bay The natural environment of the reserve is considered to be so vulnerable that visitors are discouraged. Entrance measures 20 metres wide by 2.5 metres at its highest point, and the interior extends 13 metres horizontally from front to back. The cave is home to at least four species of bat: the little brown bat, the big brown bat, the rarer Keen's long-eared bat, and the red bat. In the summer the cave is a roosting site, and in winter a hibernation site. Disturbances may prove harmful to these small winged mammals, especially in winter.

Flowerpot Island Caves
Flowerpot Island
ON, Canada
Sea, Crevice and Karst Caves

Root Cave
decorated (one of five in Canada)
ON, Canada

Rover's Cave
ON, Canada
Notawasaga Lookout
range from garbage filled shallow cracks near the lookout, to 100m deep
crevices

Kolepore Caves
ON, Canada

Bruce Caves
Wiarton, ON, Canada
Fr Wiarton, from S of town go E 5 km to "Bruce Caves" (sign) with rd on
right. Drive to end and walk path briefly.

Duncan Crevice Caves
Duncan Crevice Caves Provincial Park
ON, Canada
For more information: Wasaga Beach Provincial Park, Box 183, Wasaga
Beach, ON L0L 2PO; Phone: (705) 429-2516
Location: North of Owen Sound