Situated in rugged Precambrian Shield country, the signature site is a mosaic of rolling hills, forests, wetlands, and interconnecting waterways. This vast backcountry landscape contains a variety of natural and recreational features, and its forests are renowned for their crimson fall colours and majestic old growth white pine. It is also an area of cultural significance, having been inhabited by Indigenous people for thousands of years. It is classified as a natural environment park, owing to its character as a generally undeveloped backcountry landscape.
Location: approximately 90 kilometres northeast of Sault Ste. Marie and 50 kilometres south of Chapleau.
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(705) 882-2209 Size: 42736.00 ha Year established: 2003 Park Classification: Natural Environment