Located in the heart of the Boreal Forest, Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is arguably the top canoeing destination in Ontario. This large area of unspoiled wilderness has remained largely untouched for thousands of years. Covering over 450,000 hectares, Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is the 6 largest park in the Ontario Parks system. The park is also home to one of the largest herds of Woodland Caribou found south of the Hudson Bay Lowlands.
The highlight of any trip is the possibility of seeing one of these elusive mammals in their natural setting. Boasting over 2000 km’s of navigable canoe routes, Woodland Caribou Provincial Park allows paddlers to “step back” to a simpler time as they quietly dip their paddle in fish filled waters. These water routes are steeped in First Nations history and were once integral travel routes between their traditional lands (from woodlandcaribouprovincialpark.com).