The wild, majestic 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. Or visitors can stay at the campground and explore hundreds of ancient rock paintings along the rocky shores of Missinaibi Lake. Wildlife abounds here, and fish are abundant.
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