This multi-cache will take you through the coolest areas of the park. You will see old mill ruins converted to a park, potholes carved by meltwaters from the Wisconsin Glacier, 100 foot flowerpot formations similar to those found at Tobermory, and high cliffs. Stay away from the cliff edges, especially if you have small children with you. There is excellent bass fishing in the park as well as abundant waterfowl. The park has neat caves to explore and a nice beach with rental canoes. To find the caves, keep walking north up the road that leads to the gate cache number three another 320 meters or so. The caves are on the right of the road.
Find the main entrance to the Rockwood Conservation Area at N 43 36.7867 W 80 8.8726.
I advise you stay on the trails as much as you can as it very difficult and even dangerous to bushwack near the cliffs there. However, if you are adventurous and careful, there are a couple of nice lookouts from the cliffs near the final cache. Good luck and be careful! We did have a six year old with us when we planted the caches so it's not that bad!
The cache, when planted contains a measuring tape/level combo, a CD containing Oziexplorer and most of the topo maps of Ontario east of Killarney and south of Sudbury and west of Peterborough, a magnetic key holder, a Mickey Mouse potholder travelling bug, a Launch Music Magazine CD "Third Eye Blind", a magnifying glass, hockey tape and a Fed Ex Keychain!