Please note: Availability of some facilities and activities may be restricted to specific areas of the park, may be ecologically dependent, or may be seasonally weather dependent.
Regional Health Unit for this Park: Porcupine Health Unit
Size: 4340.00 ha
Year established: 1985
Park Classification: Cultural Heritage
5520 Highway 101 East, P.O. Bag 3080
South Porcupine, ON
What You'll Like:
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)