A Canadian Heritage River, designated for its significant Indigenous, fur trade and logging cultural heritage, outstanding ecological and geological natural heritage, and wilderness recreation.
A 500 km long provincial park, encompassing large lakes, scenic waterfalls and outstanding whitewater.
A variety of unique camping experiences: Barclay Bay Campground on Missinaibi Lake; interior boat and canoe sites on Missinaibi Lake; backcountry canoe sites on hundreds of kilometers of Missinaibi River.
In the heart of the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve, the world’s largest wildlife preserve
Unparalleled fishing opportunities for Lake trout, Walleye, Northern Pike
Over 100 Indigenous pictographs at the Fairy Point site on Missinaibi Lake.
1-705-234-2222 (mid May to mid September)
1-705-864-3114 (Park Superintendent) Size: 116110.00 ha Year established: 1970 Park Classification: Waterway