Chapleau Nemegosenda River Provincial Park

Chapleau Nemegosenda River Provincial Park is a backcountry park is made up of two parallel rivers each running north for about 60 kilometres until converging on Kapuskasing Lake. Welcome to moose country! Also a waterfowl habitat, there are significant wetlands interspersed among boreal forest. The rocks in the park, both the lake and river, date from the Precambrian era, around two to three billion years ago. Access to the park is by portage 12 on a logging road from Chapleau, by railway station at Elsas, or Emerald Lake on Highway 101.

Facilities and Services:

  • Day-use, backcountry camping, no facilities on site


  • Backcountry canoeing, fishing, wildlife viewing

What’s Nearby:

  • Chapleau, Foleyet (restaurants, accommodations, gas stations, shopping, canoeing outfitters)


Northeast Zone 190-192 Cherry Street, Chapleau, ON, P0M 1K0
Phone: (705) 864-1710 ext 214
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Chapleau Nemegosenda River Provincial Park