This is a wilderness area. This is a non-operating park. There are no activities or facilities at this park.
Local Guide ?21 reviews
Really nothing there. Seems to be a few atv trails, there's a turn off on the south side of the road a little before the no trespassing sign where it looks like locals go to target shoot (shot up targets left there). There is a back drop. The road is fine, any little car could easily make it, it's not rough despite being a dirt road. Road ends in a user at your own risk non-maintained dock. Saw a lot of people on atvs on the road traveling,, they had obviously been hunting somewhere on that road
There isn't much to see, its about 3 or more kilometers from Anima Nippissing road to Bay lake. Its more a dirt trail instead of a road. A place to set up a small trailer or better tents, no services at all. I drove in with a pickup no problem.
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W.J.B. Greenwood Provincial Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Location of W.J.B. Greenwood Provincial Park in Ontario
LocationTimiskaming, Northeastern Ontario, Ontario, CanadaCoordinates47°18′29″N 79°48′47″WCoordinates: 47°18′29″N 79°48′47″WArea465 ha (1,150 acres)Elevation310 m (1,020 ft)Established1985Named forBen Greenwood, Ontario's first chief of the Division of Parks, 1954 to 1960Websitewww.ontarioparks.com/nonoperating/wjbgreenwood
W.J.B. Greenwood Provincial Park is a non-operating recreational class park and protected area in the town of Latchford, Timiskaming District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on the southern shores of Bay Lake on the Montreal River, part of the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin, and is in the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Forest / Boreal Forest transition zone biome. The park was established in 1985 and is named for Ben Greenwood, Ontario's first chief of the Division of Parks, 1954 to 1960.
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