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Quetico Provincial Park

Government / Provincial

Quetico Provincial Park has a vast expanse of lakes, rivers and forests for you to explore in one of the great symbols of Canadian History, the Canoe. With over 80 kilometres of portages, 2975 lakes and 4,758 square kilometres of land, your adventures are endless. There are six entry stations located around the Park. You can access Dawson Trail, Atikokan, Beaverhouse and Lac La Croix by car or fly into Cache Bay or Prairie Portage. There are roughly 2200 campsites in the interior and being a wilderness park, there is a ban on mechanized travel, cans and bottles. These are not permitted in the interior of the park.

You can stop in to Atikokan before or after your trip. You will find all the amenities you need. There are a number of Canadian and American Outfitters willing to assist with your trip planning and will supply you with all the appropriate gear required. You can visit the Dawson Trail Campground and talk to the Natural Heritage Education Leader or Gate Staff about your trip plans; they can assist in finding features you may wish to visit on your trip.

Quetico Park also offers car camping in the Dawson Trail campgrounds located on French Lake in the northeast corner of the park.  Electrical, not electrical sites are available along with amenities such as showers, laundry, comfort stations. 

Day use and campground permits are required anytime of year to enter the park.
Enjoy your visit to Quetico!
For more information on Quetico Park, Phone 807.597.2735

For reservations: Call 1 888 ONT PARKS or 1-888-668-7275; Online at www.ontarioparks.com

To Book a Natural Heritage Education Program, phone (807) 929-2571 x228

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Posted on

April 22, 2016