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Gulliver River Water Trail


There is no parking area. Parking is along the Grit Road near Gulliver Bridge. Easy canoe access into Gulliver River from the parking site. The bridge provides the best access into the Gulliver River Conservation Park. The water flows slowly northwest on the meandering Gulliver River from Kay Lake, Grummet Creek and Gulliver River.

Paddlers need to navigate through the extensive wetland complex. The main river channel is not always easy to follow. Paddlers have to choose the strongest current or get stuck in dead end of the maze.

Directions: From the Trans Canada Hwy east of Ignace, turn south onto the Grit Road. Travel past Emerald and Dewan Lakes to the Gulliver River Bridge. The main access and parking for the Gulliver Conservation Park is from this bridge. Parking is on the side of the Grit Road by the bridge.



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