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: Algoma Public Health Unit
Size: 5402.00 ha
Year established: 2002
Park Classification: Waterway
c/o Chutes Provincial Park
660 Imperial Street North
P.O. Box 37,
What You'll Like:
Blind River Provincial Park is a popular canoeing destination and includes portions of two documented canoe routes. The Flack Lake Figure Eight route (63km) and the Dunlop Lake – Mace Lake Route (42km) Blind River. In addition to canoeing, summer recreation activities include boating, camping, fishing, hunting, wildlife/landscape viewing and nature appreciation. The headwaters contribute cold water that supports a self-sustaining population of brook trout. The river and lake shoreline include wetlands, large islands, a scenic canyon and a falls at the inlet to Matienenda Lake.
Location: Blind River Provincial Park includes about 75 km of the Blind River and its tributaries, starting about 40 km north of the town of Blind River.
Park Facilities: There are private lodges, camps, and outposts.