Quetico National Provincial Park

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Atikokan, Canada

Quetico National Provincial Park Atikokan Reviews

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Accessible Canoeing Wilderness at it's best. Dec 16, 2010
Located north of the border with Minnesota and west of Thunder Bay, Ontario, this large park serves as a 4,700 square kilometer wilderness that is nearly unmatched in Central North America. Hundreds of lakes with no motorized boat access leaves a near pristine area for any modern-day voyageur to explore. There are over 2,000 "unofficial" campsites scattered throughout the park that can be accessed by canoeing into the park. Many groups are able to cover hundreds of miles in the park by canoeing from lake-to-lake with portages in between and some say they go days at a time without seeing any other people. Wildlife is plentiful and world class walleye, small mouth bass, and lake trout fishing is found in the park. There are three ranger stations that service the park officials and campers, the main unit being in Atikokan, Ontario. At this location you can pick up park registrations and any information needed to get you trip started! The park is out in the middle of nowhere but it is worth it for those experienced in outdoor residency in need of a wild trip.
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monky says:
Congratulations on your featured review!
Posted on: Dec 17, 2010
bashmentbabe says:
congrats on the feature
Posted on: Dec 17, 2010
world-traveller123 says:
Great job and thanks for getting up to the area of Northwestern Ontario.

As not everyone reviews this amazing area.
Posted on: Dec 17, 2010
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