1. The Experience:
Obabika River Provincial Park is part of the Temagami region and offers connections to other provincial parks in the area. This park offers an incredible diversity of landscapes, from meandering rivers to island-speckled lakes, and rocky cliffs to expansive wetlands.
Angling is popular in this park with opportunities to catch Trout, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, and Northern Pike. Bird watching and wildlife viewing are excellent in the area, as the diversity of tree species provide a variety of habitats. Wildlife viewing is common throughout the park.
Fine sand beaches, slit shorelines, and rocky headlands offer swimming opportunities and access to the water. There is a system of day-use hiking trails spread through the old growth forest area, many of which require a full day or more to explore.
There are over 100 marked campsites in the park, as well as 10 marked portages. Most campsites have box privies.
2. Reservations and Interior Camping Permits
Camping reservations are not available at this park. All campsites are first-come, first-served.
Interior camping permits are required for backcountry camping at Obabika River Provincial Park. Permits can be purchased online up to two weeks in advance of your arrival date.
Permits may also be obtained at Finlayson Point Provincial Park or from a local permit issuer. For a complete list of local permit issuers please contact the park office.
3. Trip Planning
Park maps are available for purchase online.
For more information about Obabika River and local outfitters, click here.
There is a ban on cans and glass bottles at Obabika River.
Please be respectful of the natural environment and other visitors. Practice leave-no-trace camping, camp only on designated campsites, and be aware of your surrounding neighbours, ecology, and wildlife. We appreciate your efforts to maintain this pristine environment.