Wildgoose Outwash Deposit Provincial Park is mostly within the 2.75 to 2.67 billion year old western Abitibi Subprovince in the Archean Superior Province of the Precambrian shield. The park also overlies the northernmost area of the Cobalt Embayment which is a part of the Paleoproterozoic 2.4 to 2.2 billion year old Huronian Supergroup of the Southern Proy-ince. The park contains 14 landform-vegetation types and ten ecosite types. The landscape is dominated by even-aged stands of white birch, spruce, Jack pine, and aspen. The park contains a wide range of habitats, from upland to lowland communities.
Location: Approximately 27 kilometres south of Matheson and 14 kilometres east of the town of Ramore.
Park Facilities: There are no visitor facilities available.