Magical Places - Incredible Ontario Trails
Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
Woodland Caribou Provincial Park Address
227 Howey Street
Red Lake, P0V 2M0
Lake: Donald Lake
Phone: (807) 727-1329
Paddlers and hikers can see incredible indigenous pictographs (pictographs are ancient painting sites on rock surfaces), which can be seen traveling throughout the Park.
With over 2000 km of canoe routes, you will at one with nature with less than 1000 visitors a season. Bring along a fishing rod for some fantastic fishing for Smallmouth Bass, Lake trout and Northern Pike. Plan a camping excursion, go for a swim on one of our many secluded beaches and so much more. Click the link below to see all of what this area has to offer.
Agawa Rock Pictographs Trail
Agawa Rock Pictographs is a sacred site where generations of Ojibwe have come to record events and dreams. Follow the trail to see breathtaking views of Fall colours and the history of the largest collection of pictographs all in one trip.
- Hiking & Walking
- Cross Country Skiing
- Snowshoeing & Backcountry
- Backpacking & Camping
- Canoe or Kayak
OR …Explore the 100 Metre high Mazinaw Rock featuring over 260 Indigenous pictographs Check out:
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