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Cycling is available only on park roads. Mountain biking opportunities are available outside the park on the many bush roads winding through the forest.


Nagagamisis lies within the vast boreal forest region. This is often called the songbird nursery, as hundreds of bird species nest here each summer. Warblers are the most colourful and have the prettiest songs, but many other birds can be heard and seen in the park, including many types of woodpeckers, ducks, finches and flycatchers, as well as fishing birds like Great Blue Herons, Ospreys and Bald Eagles.


Enjoy the extensive boating opportunities on Nagagamisis Lake. Launch your boat and pull it up on shore, especially if you camp on one of the waterfront sites.


There are excellent canoeing opportunities on Nagagamisis Lake and Park Lake. Nagagami and Shekak Rivers both provide backcountry canoeing opportunities for experienced canoeists.


Fish for Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Whitefish and Yellow Perch, then clean your catch at a fish cleaning hut close to the fish smoker and playground.


Shaganash Trail 4 km (2 hours) moderate
This trail follows the shoreline of Park Lake. Interpretive stops along the way explain how Indigenous People used plants and wildlife to survive in this environment.

Time Trail 1.5 km loop (1.5 hours) moderate
Along the trail are signs of the different stages of this land’s development.


Hunting in this park is subject to the Ontario Hunting Regulations. Certain restrictions apply. For more information, contact the park or your local Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry office.


The sandy beaches, clear water and buoyed area are perfect for family swimming. There are change facilities. There is a full size sand volleyball court at the day use area, and a place to play horseshoes. A bit closer to the campground is our new playground!