Learn about the history of the land and all the wildlife of the area while observing all sorts of geological marvels.
The area is home to foxes, moose, otters, over 53 species of birds, and much more!
Fluorite was first discovered in the area of St. Lawrence in the 19th century by local residents, and French settlers made some mining attempts before 1870.
The area is home to St. Lawrence Granite, composed of quartz, orthoclase, albite and minor amounts of riebeckite, aegirine, biotite, fluorite, magnetite and hematite, as well as coarse-grained granite, medium-grained granite, fine-grained granite, and porphyritic granite. Quartz‒feldspar porphyritic sills can be found to the west, and you’ll find beautiful, natural wonders within each cliff face, and off of every path!