The park has a number of barrier-free facilities including both campground comfort stations, a campsite in each campground and the boardwalk trail. An all-terrain wheelchair is available at the Heritage Pavilion for loan.
The Ojibwa and Chippewa Campgrounds both have comfort stations with flush toilets, showers and laundry.
The Dawson Trail Campground has a day-use area with beach, swimming, playground and grills.
Flush toilets are located at both comfort stations in the Dawson Trail campgrounds, at the Heritage Pavilion, day trail parking lot and at the day-use area.
Laundry facilities are found at each campground comfort station.
A small Park Store selling Quetico souvenirs can be found at each entry station, the Dawson Trail Heritage Pavilion and at the Park Office in Atikokan.
A pet trail and swimming area can be found in the Dawson Trail Campground.
Kayaks and stand up paddleboards (SUPs) are available for rent at the Dawson Trail Campground. Park visitors can also borrow personal flotation devices (PFDs), fishing gear and an all-terrain wheelchair.
Quetico has been a park for over 100 years. The Dawson Trail Heritage Pavillion contains exhibits highlighting the diverse and storied past of Quetico. Downstairs, you are encouraged to explore the John B. Ridley Research Library, which is open to everyone and provides resources for the study of biology, geology, history, culture, archaeology, and wilderness management of Quetico and environs. The collection includes books, articles, pamphlets, maps, slides, photographs, and oral history tapes. There are also a number of index card files on topics such as such as chronological history, biography, lake names and birds.