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2 edition of Mississagi Provincial Park found in the catalog.

Mississagi Provincial Park

Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.

Mississagi Provincial Park

interim management statement.

by Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Provincial Parks Branch in Ontario .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesParks management planning series
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 4 p.,
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18145335M


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Mississagi Provincial Park by Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

On Monday provincial parks (non-operating) and conservation reserves across the province will open, and the remaining (operating parks) will open on the following Friday, May 15 for limited day-use activities. For lists and locations of operating, non-operating parks and conservation reserves visit the park locator.

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Rural park. Great place to view the milky way at night. Almost no light pollution. Very quiet Location: HWY 20 min North of Elliot Lake, Elliot Lake, Ontario P0P 1P0 Canada. Mississagi River Provincial Park. 6 likes 89 were here. Mississagi River Provincial Park is a Mississagi Provincial Park book area on the Mississagi River in Algoma and.

Mississagi River Provincial Park is a protected area on the Mississagi River in Algoma and Sudbury Districts, Ontario, has an Ontario Parks designation of Waterway Class. The park encompasses the river and lakes on the river from Mississagi Lake to Bark Lake, and further downstream to a point just above Ricky Island Lake, as well as portions of the upper Spanish River nates: 47°09′02″N 82°31′26″W / °N.

The "Lands for Life" process had just added some acreage to Mississagi River Provincial Park and we were hoping to see lots of pine and some old-growth areas. We left Friday evening after work and drove all night to meet our shuttle at Aubrey Falls Trading Post, north of Thessalon.

The park will remain a protected area and visitors can continue to enjoy the park for day-use. The park will be gated and access is on foot.A news release in June announced a one-year pilot project in which Ontario Parks would work with the city of Elliot Lake to continue operations at Mississagi Provincial Park with the goal of.

Mississagi Provincial Park is 25 kilometers or 15 minutes north of Elliot Lake, via Highways and It's kilometers east of Sault Ste. Marie, via Highways 17 and Sudbury is kilometers to the east. A campground, on the north shore of Semiwite Lake, has 90 campsites, all. Mississagi Campground in Mississagi Provincial Park features 60 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents.

None of the campsites in the park is equipped with electric RV hookup options. RV length limit at the campground is 32 ft (10 m), however, vacationers with larger rigs can call the park ahead to find out if there is space available. To book a campsite at Westview Trailer Park, call ext.

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Summary: A large inland lake for jump-off backcountry camping with plenty of campsites and access to lakes further inside the park Thoughts: I feel like Lake Superior Provincial Park is Ontario's hidden gem. Everyone knows about Quetico, Killarney, Algonquin, Temagami, Haliburton, etc.

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There used to be a hiking trail all the way around Semiwhite - it started and ended at the beach off the campground area - not sure if this has been maintained - I worked there in '85 and ' The Mississagi River is a river in Algoma and Sudbury Districts, Ontario, Canada, that originates in Sudbury District and flows kilometres to Lake Huron at Blind River, Algoma District.

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My last stop was at Grundy Lake Provincial Park—a large professionally run park with programing and staff in pressed uniforms. A tousled teenager in a red T-shirt staffed the gate at Mississagi. The park only has 60 campsites, and I saw a total of six people during my stay. The headwaters of the upper Mississagi River originate around the town of Biscotasing Ontario and run through a lush green corridor now designated as the Mississagi Provincial Waterway Park.

Englishman Archie Belaney once called these waters home (1) when he duped the world as his alter ego, the native indian, Grey Owl. The lower Mississagi.