Local Almaguin artist Peter Camani's Screaming Heads and Midlothian Castle are a great spooky adventure, it's like walking through the "Nightmare Before Christmas."
His farm property is covered with giant concrete statues, arches with eyes and gaping mouths. His house has been converted into "Midlothian Castle" adorned with intricate gates, sculptures, dragons, and a prison. Peacocks casually walk around the grounds.
Admission is free, but donations are accepted.
This site is not marked by giant road signs but if you will not miss it if you drive by.
If North Creek bridge is closed, you will have to take the detour through Magnetewan. Locals will be able to help you find it.
Visit my Burks Falls Travelogues for more photos of the Screaming Heads.
I guess this is where you would go if you needed to find out more information on things do do, places to eat, and places to stay. Since it's such a small town I can't see this being a big problem, you could walk around the entire town in a few hours. I suppose they mostly help people who are looking for directions. They should also be able to help you find a campground nearby, but I'm not sure about that.