Obonga-Ottertooth

What You'll Like :

This park serves as an important recreational linkage between Brightsand River Provincial Park, Kopka Lake Provincial Park, and the Lake Nipigon Basin. The Boreal Forest characterizes the park. The height of land weaves around Kashishibog Lake and hence Forest Regions of Canada separates the area into two forest sections; Upper English River and Central Plateau. Extensive sand and gravel deposits and low rock outcrops provide a favorable environment for the prevalent jack pine and in the shallow swamps, black spruce.

Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities, the park does include portages and points of interest.

Location: Obonga-Ottertooth Provincial Park stretches 100 km along a system of lakes and rivers from Obonga Lake in the east to Kashishibog Lake in the west, approximately 200 km north of Thunder Bay.

General Information

Phone:
(807) 977-2526
Size: 21157.00 ha
Year established: 2003
Park Classification: Waterway
Address:
435 James Street South
Suite 221D
Thunder Bay
P7E 6S8

Operating Dates

Legend

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