'Southwestern Ontario' means Wikipedia`s definition, as depicted in the reddened area of Wikipedia's map below: it includes the Georgian Triangle, but excludes the Niagara isthmus and Golden Horseshoe.

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Question: Does Southwestern Ontario contain any parks or wildlife areas that contain roads or trails through which you can drive in a car to explore? My other question contextualises.


Since no one has answered, here's a tentative answer:

Not really.

There are three main national parks in the Georgian Triangle:

None of which seem to have any roads you can drive through to explore. This seems mostly due to their small size. I could not find any mention of wildlife areas, but perhaps someone from the area will correct me.

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    don't restrict yourself to national parks. There are hardly any compared to provincial parks and they don't serve the same purpose Jul 14 '16 at 14:28
  • @KateGregory, as I mentioned, I'm not from the area so I can't really tell which provincial parks would be acceptable. National parks are a bit easier as (IMO) their websites are clearer and provide more information, hense why I only mentioned those.
    – JS Lavertu
    Jul 14 '16 at 14:32

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