In Pichogen River Mixed Forest Provincial Park, the Precambrian bedrock in the park is predominantly Archean age granitic rock of the Superior Province, with a narrow east trending band of greenstone along the north edge. The greenstones are at the extreme eastern end of the Kabinakagami Lake greenstone belt. It is dominated by mixed forest stands of mainly deciduous vegetation, mixed forest with mainly coniferous vegetation, and dense conifer stands.
Location: Approximately 130 kilometres north of Chapleau and 87 kilometres south of Hearst.
Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities available.
Facilities and Activities summary
705-372-2209 Size: 3043.00 ha Year established: 2003 Park Classification: Nature Reserve
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