Quetico Provincial Park, Atikokan

Quetico Provincial Park - A Quick Overview


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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:30 am - 04:15 pm Details

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Quetico Provincial Park, Atikokan Reviews

  • Top pick for flatwater canoe tripping. Good choice for a couple days exploring in winter, with cute and affordable cabins. Endless chains of lakes big and small, rugged feel without marked campsites or portages (but great established sites and not too rough portages in most popular areas). And very few people - on a long weekend from a popular entry point you might see one or two parties in a day, or noone at all.

  • Lovely lovely park to enjoy as a visitor. The electrical hookups are NOT convenient or up to par. Ours has the wiring wrong so the coach will not use the 30 amps as promised. Still... We would love to come back again soon!!!

  • Always been a fan of Quetico . Great lakes and tricky canoeing if you want a challenge. Quetico has a great History with it Indigenous peoples for Thousands of years. The pictographs are worth the trip alone.

  • One of the most beautiful Parks in Ontario. Lots and lots of untouched nature. Great camping (a little buggy in summer).

  • Peaceful and relaxing. Ask the staff where the dog beach as it is not shown on the maps. Our family loved it as much as the dogs. We stayed one night in the Ojibaway Campground. Bring lots of bug spray as there are lots of mosquitoes.

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