Rattlesnake Point is one of Ontario’s natural treasures. Experience turkey vultures soaring over the escarpment from Buffalo Crag look-out point and view interesting ecological rarities, like the thousand-year-old cedars growing throughout the park. Enjoy a hike, book a campsite or go rock climbing on the impressive rock face. Don’t fret, there are not rattlesnakes here, the park receives its name from the snake-like path cut by glaciers along the edges of the Niagara Escarpment. For a longer trip, take the Nassagaweya Canyon trail to Crawford Lake and back.