Pukaskwa River is a waterway class park which exhibits a variety of river conditions including lake, small river, and some small wetland sections linked along bedrock controlled channels over strongly broken shallow sandy till rock uplands and lacustrine sand and gravel outwash deposits. Pukaskwa River Provincial Park contains spectacular scenery and offers a remote white-water river experience for persons with advanced canoeing and camping skills.
Location: The park begins at Gibson Lake, approximately 25 kilometres south of the Town of White River and 55 kilometres northwest of the Town of Wawa. This provincial park protects approximately 22 kilometres of the Pukaskwa River including lakes in the headwaters. Pukaskwa National Park, which is directly adjacent, protects the remaining 55 kilometres of the Pukaskwa River as it flows into Lake Superior.
Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities available.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 822-2447 (summer)
(807) 475-1478 (winter) Size: 1465.00 ha Year established: 2002 Park Classification: Waterway