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Aaron Provincial Park
Aaron Provincial Park has sandy beaches and provides a playground for the clear, shallow waters of ancient Thunder Lake.  Outdoor Activities at Aaron Provincial Park Aaron Provincial Park is an ideal family stop for swimming and ...
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Blue Lake Provincial Park
Blue Lake Provincial Park Beach Northwest of Dryden Ontario is Blue Lake Provincial Park.  Within Blue Lake Provincial Park is a popular recreational lake called Blue Lake.  Blue Lake offers a sandy beach and water so clear you ...
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Caliper Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features at Caliper Lake Provincial Park The waters of Caliper Lake Provincial Park which offer a serene and excellent swimming experience.  Caliper Lake Provincial Park is a small Provincial Park is located near Nestor Fals ...
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Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park
Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park is located just west of Thunder Bay. It is known as Niagara of the North. Kakabeka Falls plunges 40 metres over sheer cliffs and some of the oldest fossils in the world.  You can get a bird's-eye v...
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MacLeod Provincial Park
Natural Features MacLeod Provincial Park is located east of Geraldton, Ontario. It is named after an abandoned gold mine and this park is on a peninsula in Kenogamisis Lake.   It offers excellent swimming, and also cont...
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Neys Provincial Park
Natural Features Neys Provincial Park is a remote and beautiful park that sits on the rugged Coldwell Peninsula which juts into Lake Superior from the north shore. Drawn to canvas by The Group of Seven, this remote and rugged peninsul...
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Obatanga Provincial Park
Obatanga is a vast tract of northern wilderness south of the town of White River.  It is laced with 32 sparkling lakes, rivers and streams.  The interior is often accessible only by canoe.  Birders have spotted belted kingf...
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Ojibway Provincial Park
Ojibway Provincial Park is located near Dryden and is on Little Vermillion Lake. Tranquil and wild, this park offers good swimming and a sandy beach. The history of Ojibway Park is the history of forest.  There is no evidence th...
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Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park
Oulmet Canyon Provincial Park is a sheer-walled canyon which shelters rare Arctic-alpine plants along its boulder laden floor, where snow often persists until late spring.   From two platforms and a network of boardwalks and tra...
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Pakwash Provincial Park
Natural Features Pakwash Provincial Park is one of the ten most northerly provincial parks in Ontario. It is secluded and serene and this northern park guarantees a sandy beach and shallow, warm waters ideal for swimming and canoeing...
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Quetico Provincial Park
Natural Features Quetico Provincial Park is a protected, pristine wilderness west of Lake Superior on the Canada-U.S. border.  The park’s tangled network of lakes once formed water routes travelled by Ojibway and fur traders. ...
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Rainbow Falls Provincial Park
Natural Features and Camping Rainbow Falls Provincial Park has beautiful cascading waters which plunge over the rock ledges of the falls on their way to Lake Superior.  Trails, including the Casque-Isles section of the Voyageur Trail...
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Rushing River Provincial Park
Natural Features In Rushing River Provincial Park the river cascades over rock gouged by glaciers in a series of rapids. Other spots are passable by canoe.   A forest fire in 1910, cracked open pine cones and scattered heat-...
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Sandbar Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features Sandbar Lake Provincial Park is located near Dryden, Ontario. Sandbar Lake is the largest of 10 lakes in this park just off the Trans-Canada Highway and has a fine sandy beach with spotted sandpipers.  It&#...
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Sioux Narrows Provincial Park
Natural Features Sioux Narrows Provincial Park is located on one of the many islands of Lake of the Woods. It is surrounded by thousands of other islands and connecting waterways. These waterways are remnants of glacial Lake Aga...
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Sleeping Giant Provincial Park
Natural Features at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park Sleeping Giant Provincial Park is located near Thundery Bay, Ontario on the southern tip of a rugged peninsula. Exploring of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park begins if you hike into its...
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Wabakimi Provincial Park
Natural Features and Facts Wabakimi Provincial Park is filled with dense boreal forest and Canadian Shield.  Visitors can fly in to remote lodges and camps or enter the park by train and more quietly by canoe. Wabakimi is a ...
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White Lake Provincial Park
Natural Features White Lake Provincial Park is a Natural Environment park located Inland from Lake Superior. It has a sheltered basin with sandy beaches and warm-water swimming.  White Lake was once a rich source of furs and lum...
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Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
Natural Features Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is part of the southern boreal forest. Its hot, dry climate, thin soils and proximity to the prairies, combine to form a unique mix of boreal and western vegetation. This northern...
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