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Quetico Park

Remote and Untouched Wilderness

Quetico Park covers 4,800 square kilometers of untouched wilderness in Northern Ontario's Pre-Cambrian shield rock forest. The primitive area of drinking water lakes, sand beaches and towering pine forests has no peer on the North American continent for the adventurer seeking solitude, superb sport fishing, and the opportunity to study rare wildlife in its native habitat. While natives of the Lac La Croix Indian band are allowed restricted motor use on some perimeter lakes, visitors to Quetico Park may not use outboard motors and remote interior areas must be explored by canoe. No hunting, roads, or development of any kind are allowed and firearms are prohibited.

From Canoe Canada's strategic location on the northern rim of Quetico Park, we access seven different departure points by truck and five by float plane. This allows us the flexibility of planning a route tailored to match your interest and abilities.

Follow The Routes Of The Historic French Canadian Fur Trade

You can follow the routes of the historic French Canadian fur trade of the 1600's across the same sparkling, drinking water lakes, down the same shaded streams and over the same blazed portages that resounded to the boots of the explorers Pierre Radisson and Alexander MacKenzie.