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Batchawana Provincial Park
Batchawana Provincial Park Beach Batchawana Provincial Park is situated just north of Sault Ste. Marie Ontario.  Batchawana Provincial Park has a popular 1.6km sandy beach on Lake Superior and is situated on the shore of Batchawana B...
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Chutes Provincial Park
Natural Features at Chutes Provincial Park If you travel on Highway 17 between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, you will come across Chutes Provincial Park which is the only one on in this area. Chutes Provincial Park is located near the...
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Esker Lakes Provincial Park
Natural Features at Esker Lakes Provincial Park Esker Lake Provincial Park is comprised of 29 kettle lakes and sand dunes which are present throughout the provincial park located near Kirkland Lake, Ontario. The Munroe esker is a w...
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Fairbank Provincial Park
Natural Features at Fairbank Provincial Park While visiting Fairbank Provincial Park, you will see a lake called Fairbank Lake which is actually a crater created from a meteorite that hit the earth millions of years ago.   ...
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Finlayson Point Provincial Park
Finlayson Point Provincial Park is on a small peninsula on the Northeast arm of Lake Temagami.   The lake's steep rugged cliffs, deep, clear waters, magnificent stands of tall pines along its shoreline, and more than 1,300 i...
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French River Provincial Park
History The French River has a colourful past.  For thousands of years before Europeans arrived, Aboriginal people used the river as a place to meet and exchange trade goods.  Early French explorers and missionaries began travel...
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Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
Fushimi Lake was a popular fishing spot for 800 years. This quiet lake north of Hearst still teems with walleye and northern pike.  Fishing is the biggest lure, but the tranquil setting also attracts campers yearning to see wildlife...
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Greenwater Provincial Park
Greenwater Provincial Park is located near Cochrane, Ontario. No signs remain of the farming and logging that cleared this park except for a few derelict buildings. Boreal forest surrounds the glacially formed 26 kettle lakes and esk...
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Halfway Lake Provincial Park
History More than 10,000 years ago, the area that is now the park was covered by a huge glacier.  Today, reminders of that ancient glacier can be seen in the high, rolling hills, the valleys partly filled with glacial soils, and the ...
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Ivanhoe Lake Provinical Park
Natural Features Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park is located between Chapleau and Timmins. A long, curving lip of sandy beach with warm, shallow water for swimming beckons families with young children to this lake.   This p...
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Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park
Natural Features Kap-Kig-Iwan is a picturesque park near Englehart, Ontario. The Englehart River runs through this park and plunges down whitewater rapids, over a waterfall (Kap-Kig-Iwan in Ojibway), past rugged rock outcrops, throug...
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Kettle Lakes Provincial Park
Natural Features Kettle Lakes Provincial Park is located near Timmins and is dotted with 22 deep, spring-fed kettle lakes. They are reachable by trails and roads, where you can swim or paddle.   Whether you come for the day ...
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Killarney Provincial Park
Natural Features Killarney Provincial Park is a vast and beautiful tract of wilderness, with crystal-blue lakes, a spectacular range of white quartzite ridges, pine and hardwood forests, and boggy lowlands. Its beauty and unspoiled s...
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Lake Superior Provincial Park
Natural Features From Lake Superior’s rugged coast, Lake Superior Provincial Park moves inland over mist-shrouded hills and deep canyons whose breathtaking beauty and rich autumn colours inspired Canada’s Group of Seven artist...
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Marten River Provincial Park
Natural Features Marten River Provincial Park is located on Highway #11, just 50km (32 miles) north of North Bay. Marten River is nestled among the majestic white pine forests which abound with wildlife and breathtaking views In ...
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Missinaibi Provincial Park
Missinaibi River is one of the longest free-flowing wilderness waterways in Ontario.  Experienced canoeists can paddle and camp this historic fur-trading route all the way to James Bay.  Visitors can also stay at the campground ...
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Mississagi Provincial Park
Natural Features Mississagi Provincial Park is located north of Elliot Lake. It provides solitude and undeveloped wilderness. It is a great chance for you to paddle to pristine lakes and hike numerous trails to spectacular vistas, es...
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Nagagamisis Provincial Park
Natural Features Nagagamisis is a secluded lake north of Hornepayne, which leads to challenging canoe routes on the Nagagami and Shekak rivers.  Nagagamisis is Cree for “lake with fine, sandy shores.”  Nagagamis...
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Pancake Bay Provincial Park
Natural Features Pancake Bay is a wide, sheltered, sandy bay on Lake Superior's east shore. It offers a respite for weary travelers.  From a viewing platform you can see the lake and the spot where the Edmund Fitzgerald sank...
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Potholes Provincial Park
Potholes Provincial Park is a nature reserve east of Wawa. It gets its name from glacial potholes and troughs scooped out of bedrock forming the riverbed of the Kiniwabi River.   You can stop for a picnic, soak up the scene...
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Rene Brunelle Provincial Park
Natural Features Rene Brunelle Provincial Park is now part of much of Remi Lake, located near Kapuskasing. It has been a base for bush pilots for 20 years. It has four fine sandy beaches and swimming.  Follow Vigilance Trai...
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Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park
Natural Features Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park is a 2,550-hectare natural environment park along an eastern section of the Mattawa River. The Mattawa River is today protected as a waterway park along most of its 64-kilometre le...
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The Shoals Provincial Park
Natural Features The Shoals Provincial Park is located near Chapleau and it consists of sandy shoals, or shallows which make this tranquil Little Wawa Lake ideal for swimming.   Beyond Little Wawa, canoeists can follow marke...
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Tidewater Provincial Park
Tidewater Provincial Park is twenty kilometres from the salt waters of James Bay.  Tidewater consists of four islands in the Moose River estuary.  Water taxis take campers to Charles Island where sub-Arctic flora flourish and seals ...
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Wakami Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Wakami Lake Provincial Park is situated along the southern fringe of the Canadian Shield.   The park features a challenging, four-day, shoreline hiking trail 76 kilometres long, and canoeing to remote campsites....
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