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Macleod Provinvial Park is a must-see for anyone visiting Geraldton. The park is home to greenstone, a type of rock prized by Aboriginal people for its beauty and spiritual significance. Visitors can explore the park on foot or by canoe, and there are plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife along the way. Macleod Provinvial Park is also a great place to stargaze; on clear nights, the Milky Way can be seen with the naked eye.
The park has lots of very large sites with plenty of wooded privacy and few are also pull through sites in the loop with electricity. Beautiful non hydro sites right in the water offer excellent views. Kenogamisis lake is huge with many arms reaching out so if you fish, canoe, kayak this would be a heavenly place to spend a summer. A great place for get-together.