This protected waterway originates on the Algonquin Dome and extends from Algonquin Provincial Park’s western boundary to Arrowhead Provincial Park. The park features significant sand deposits, which may be exposures of the ancient Algonquin Lake Delta. Spectacular sandy bluffs and numerous oxbows are to be found along the river. Several species of rare flora and fauna have been documented in the park.
Park Facilities and Activities: The park provides excellent opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and swimming, but no visitor facilities are provided.
Camping is available in nearby Arrowhead Provincial Park.