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This northern Ontario park consists of winding Lake Abitibi, parts of the Abitibi and Black rivers, and a 12-kilometre peninsula extending into Lake Abitibi.

Following the natural contours of the waterways, the park features coniferous forest, swamps, eskers, kettle basins, and waterfowl nesting areas. An esker is a narrow, winding ridge of gravel or sand, deposited by the melting waters under a glacier. Owing to the shallowness, muddiness and extreme wave action of Lake Abitibi, caution is advised when navigating. A guide is recommended for lake travel.

Park Facilities and Activities Abitibi-de-Troyes is accessible only by air or water, and there are no park facilities for visitors.

The park offers backcountry canoeing, camping, fishing and nature viewing.

Location: About 50 kilometres east of Timmins, east of Iroquois Falls (Highways 101 and 67)

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General Information
Size: 4340.00 ha
Year established: 1985
Park Classification: Cultural Heritage
Northeast Zone
P.O. Box 730
2 Third Ave.
P0L 1C0
Operating Dates

Not applicable.