This nature reserve features a lazy, meandering river that neatly cuts into its own deltaic sands, deposited over many centuries. The river has a good example of a bird’s-foot delta—a fan of sediments at a river’s mouth dissected by tributaries, giving the impression of a webbed bird’s foot.
Park Facilities and Activities: There are no visitor facilities. The well-forested terrain makes the area a good spot for nature viewing. Camping is not permitted.
Location: About 55 kilometres northwest of Terrace Bay.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 825-3403 Size: 763.00 ha Year established: 1985 Park Classification: Nature Reserve
Gravel River Provincial Park P.O. Box 970