This trail has 14 interpretive stops that describe the park's tree, plants and geology.
Gateway to Temagami’s vast wilderness, including Lady Evelyn Smoothwater, Finlayson Point is a base for canoeists, boaters, hikers and anglers.
Camp here beneath towering stands of pine, swim at a sandy beach, dive in deep, clear water or hike to Caribou Mountain lookout and fire tower.
A plaque to Grey Owl honours this well-known English conservationist and imposter.
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