Some say you can still see the ghosts of the child loggers that manned the timber chute.
At one time the site of a log chute to move logs out of Algonquin down the Bonnechere river.
This nest was hiding under the bridge across the Bonnechere river. The baby birds reached their necks out to squeak at the parent bird flying back and forth.
The abandoned Foy provincial park still has trails down to a beautiful beach on Round lake.