Bedrock knolls and ridges, sedimentary deposits, and wave-washed bedrock are calling cards of the postglacial Lake Agassiz that once covered this area. This rugged tract of land, which surrounds Winnange Lake, also features many ponds and swamps, and a 500-metre-long sand beach.
Park Facilities and Activities: The park is undeveloped without any facilities or conveniences, and no roads lead into its interior.
Location: Between Dryden and Kenora; about 60 km west of Dryden along Highway 17.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 223-7535 Size: 4745.00 ha Year established: 1985 Park Classification: Natural Environment
479 Government Road, Floor 1