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Nagagamisis Provincial Park

Nagagamisis Provincial Park is at the heart of an ancient glacial landscape of clear blue lakes, many with excellent lake and brook trout fishing. The Boreal Forest here is home to the elusive Woodland Caribou. This secluded lake north of Hornepayne leads to challenging canoe routes on the Nagagami and Shekak rivers. There are true northern experiences here: swimming, majestic sunsets and campsites nestled in mature forest. Fishermen return yearly to this lake for its fantastic fishing.

Activities: canoeing, fishing, hiking, birding, swimming, car camping, biking, boating, backcountry camping, seasonal camping, hunting, whitewater paddling, RVing Facilities: boat launches, car camping campsites, RV pullthrough campsites, seasonal campsites, comfort stations, docks, fish cleaning buildings, group BBQ's, laundromat, playgrounds, bike rentals, canoe rentals, kayak rentals, paddleboat rentals, SUP rentals, showers, toilets, trailer dump