This post comes from Park Information Specialist Jill Legault of Quetico Provincial Park.
“Portaging is like hitting yourself on the head with a hammer: it feels so good when you stop.” — Bill Mason
Did you know Quetico Provincial Park’s solitary wilderness experience and pristine nature is available without portaging?
Continue reading Quetico’s backcountry routes without portages
Paddling into the wilderness, fishing from a canoe and then going back to camp to enjoy a backcountry fish fry is a special experience.
If you’re up for a trip like this, check out our recommendations for the best backcountry fishing destinations in our northern parks. Continue reading Top 6 parks for canoe fishing in northern Ontario
Today’s post comes from year-round multispecies angler and writer Ashley Rae of SheLovesToFish.com.
I’ve been fortunate to fish at many provincial parks over the years. After a recent trip to Lake Superior Provincial Park, this place quickly became one of my favourites yet.
Continue reading Trout fishing at Lake Superior Provincial Park
Today’s post comes from Mitch Kostecki, Assistant Superintendent at White Lake Provincial Park.
Welcome to White Lake!
Our park is a hidden gem located along Highway 17 in the heart of northwestern Ontario. We’re about 60 km east of the Township of Marathon, and 35 km west of the Township of White River (approximately a four-hour drive to either Sault Ste. Marie or Thunder Bay).
Continue reading Fishing at White Lake