Ogoki River is designated as a Waterway class park in recognition of its natural features, recreational water route and ability to provide high quality recreational and educational experiences. This park includes a diversity of upland and wetland vegetation features, as well as a number of glacial features. The park serves as an important recreational waterway, offering remote tourism and recreation opportunities such as angling, hunting, wildlife viewing, back-country camping and canoeing in a scenic environment.
Location: East of the Ogoki Reservoir, approximately 80 kilometers north of Nakina and 150 kilometers north of Geraldton.
Park Facilities: Outpost camps are the major facilities in the park.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 475-1634 Size: 23250.00 ha Year established: 2004 Park Classification: Waterway
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