A section of Adam Creek, where it flows into the Matagami River, has been designated a nature reserve. It is the most accessible part of what is, for geologists, a definitive example of early-to-middle Wisconsin Kipling till—clay, sand, boulders, and gravel deposited by a glacier 10,000 years ago. Park Facilities and Activities There are no park facilities for visitors in this undeveloped area. It is suitable for nature viewing, canoeing, and fishing.
(Caution: Ontario Hydro uses Adam Creek as a flood channel.)
Location: About 90 kilometres north of Kapuskasing Park