This highly diverse site is representative of approximately 22 different landform vegetation combinations. The dominant landform types present are: weakly broken ground moraine and lacustrine deposits. Dominant vegetation types include mixed conifer and mixed deciduous forests.The Groundhog River has self-sustaining sturgeon fisheries, and brook trout occur in feeder streams. As a large river in northern Ontario, the Groundhog River offers a remote canoeing experience. This canoe route is an advanced-level river trip.
Location: The southern limit of Groundhog River Provincial Park is located approximately 21 kilometres southeast of the community of Foleyet. The northern most boundary, on the Mattagami River, is located approximately 54 kilometres northeast of the town of Kapuskasing.
Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities available.
Facilities and Activities summary
(705) 272-7107 Size: 11036.00 ha Year established: 2006 Park Classification: Waterway