October 22, 2018
Forest Management Log Hauling on Opeongo Lake Rd.
Logging trucks will be travelling on Opeongo Lake Rd, from Highway 60 to Cameron Lake Road which is approximately 3 km in length. The hauling will be occurring Mon-Fri, from mid-June to late October. Park visitors may encounter log trucks on this section of the road and will see lower speed limits posted during this time period. Please drive with caution.
Wildlife monitoring cameras are in use; any photos containing images of members of the public are deleted. Please contact the park if you would like more information.
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What You'll Like :
Ontario’s oldest provincial park offers an unparalleled wilderness experience that’s easily accessed from Southern Ontario
29 different entry points provide access to maintained campsites and portages amidst the serenity and natural beauty of Algonquin’s wilderness.
Over 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes connect thousands of pristine lakes that can take a lifetime to fully explore
Three backpacking trails are available for those who prefer to explore on foot
Historic log ranger cabins are available to rent
705-633-5572 Size: 772300.00 ha Year established: 1893 Park Classification: Natural Environment