White Lake Provincial Park
White Lake Provincial Park is a premier fishing spot for walleye and northern pike, and the park is the ideal base for exploration. An inland park, White Lake is a sheltered basin of sandy beaches and swimming spots. It is a popular park for both travelers and locals. Once a rich source of furs and lumber, White Lake now offers natural treasures like orchids and bogs with insect-eating plants.
Wildlife viewing is abundant: moose, fox, porcupine and beaver are often seen by park visitors. Birders can glimpse loons, osprey, bald eagles and great blue herons fishing the waters. Owls, ruffed grouse, woodpeckers and many songbirds can be seen in the forests.
Facilities and Services:
- 187 campsites, 60 with electricity, 1 group camping site
- Flush toilets, barrier free access, hot showers, day-use area, rentals, playground, park store, laundry, boat launch, pet exercise area, French services
- Hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing, wildlife viewing, natural heritage education, winter activities
- White River (restaurants, shopping, gas stations, accommodations)
- Winnie-the-Pooh Statue and Museum (White River)
- Lake Superior Circle Tour
Box 340, White River, ON, P0M 3G0
Phone: (807) 822-2447
Learn more: www.ontarioparks.com/park/whitelake