The Albany River, a former route for fur traders, passes through a region of rugged, Early Precambrian bedrock. Retreating glaciers, and the river
itself, have left their marks in the shape of moraines, drumlins, and a variety of water-shaped landforms. Park Facilities and Activities The park has
no visitor facilities. Backcountry canoeing and camping are recommended activities.
Location: About 320 kilometres north of Thunder Bay,165 km northeast of Sioux Lookout, and 170 km northwest of Geraldton.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 473-3031 Size: 95100.00 ha Year established: 1989 Park Classification: Waterway
Albany River Provincial Park 435 James St. South, Suite 221d