True wilderness and adventure can be found in Algoma’s provincial parks. Explore Lake Superior’s rugged coastline to hear the stories of shipwrecks, paddle century old canoe routes and visit the lake’s past at the Agawa Rock Pictographs. Follow the path of Grey Owl when you paddle down the Mississagi River. Visit a geological site on the Kinniwabi River at Potholes Provincial Park; distinctive potholes formed by glacial meltwaters 10,000 years ago. All this and more is waiting for you.
Our provincial parks protect the natural and cultural heritage of our great province of Ontario. They also provide recreation in spectacular outdoor settings. No one park can be all of this to all people, so we have different classes of Ontario Parks. We have Recreation parks where having fun is the thing, Natural Environment parks which have large areas to explore, and sometimes, they have naturalist programs for those who want to learn more about Ontario and have fun doing it. Waterway parks offer white water paddling adventures.
Many parks offer services like campsites, yurts, showers and facilities, laundromat, stand up paddle board rentals, canoe rentals and more.
Aubrey Falls Provincial Park
Batchawana Bay Provincial Park
Chapleau Nemegosenda River Provincial Park
Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park
Lake Superior Provincial Park
Missinaibi Provincial Park
Mississagi Provincial Park
Nagagamisis Provincial Park
Obatanga Provincial Park
Pancake Bay Provincial Park
Potholes Provincial Nature Reserve
The Shoals Provincial Park
Wakami Lake Provincial Park
White Lake Provincial Park
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