Warsaw Caves has a wide range of outdoor and adventure opportunities which include: hiking, spelunking (cave exploration), bird & nature observation, fishing, canoeing, and swimming.
There are 13 km of hiking trails to enjoy or explore the 800 meters of caves. Remember to bring a flashlight, sturdy shoes and clothes you don't mind getting dirty.
The Indian River provides a wonderful flat water canoing route. The river is an excellent place to view wildlife in their natural environment including otters, beavers, loons, blue heron, deer, and a variety of small bird species.
Hiking might be a bit dangerous in the winter. I've done this trail in the dark and thought afterward about how stupid it was. The deep crevices are all over the place.
HWY-115 N toward Peterborough
Slight right toward HWY-7/Lansdowne St E/Trans Canada Hwy (signs for Ottawa/HWY-7 E)
Slight right at HWY-7/Lansdowne St E/Trans Canada Hwy
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Posted By: jason edwards
- Sun Mar 17 12:22:05 UTC 2013
UpsideUsually not many people. No Hills..flat terain. Interesting limestone plateau. DownsideNo Hills...flat terrain. CommentThe 13k is the total of all trails. There are 3 loops to hike, the longest one is 7k, with an optional return trail half-way.