Things To Do

Kakabeka Falls

Kakabeka Falls

The first people to visit the falls were the Ojibwa. “Kakabeka” in Ojibway means “sheer cliff” or “thundering waters.”

The gorge at Kakabeka Falls was formed by glaciers 8000 years ago in the Precambrian age.

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Fox siteing at Caliper Lake provincial Park Ontario Canada

Caliper Lake Provincial Park

Caliper Lake Provincial Park located in Northwestern Ontario resides among the traditional lands and waters of several First Nations Indigenous communities – where Indigenous people continue to hunt, trap, fish, and gather on this land.

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Woodland Caribou Provincial Park

Explore Culturally significant Indigenous sites with archaeological & historical interest. Paddlers and Kayakers can see incredible indigenous pictographs (pictographs are ancient painting sites on rock surfaces), which can be seen as they network throughout the breath taking waterways and rugged Canadian Shield landscape of the Woodland Caribou Provincial Park.

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The Saugeen River

The name “Saugeen” is the corrupted form of the word Zaagiing in the language of the Chippewas of Saugeen Ojibway Territory, meaning “at the river’s outlet” or “at the mouth of the river”. The Saugeen river is located in one of the highest points in Southern Ontario, Canada and flows down though the most beautiful countryside to Lake Huron, in Southampton, Ontario.

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