Wakami Lake Provincial Park
This self-guided trail takes you past restored logging equipment and buildings. Interpretive panels explain the history of logging in the Wakami area from the 1920s to the 1940s.
Anglers favour the “still and clear waters” of Wakami Lake. The park features a challenging, four-day, shoreline hiking trail 76 kilometres long, and canoeing to remote campsites.
Take in the spirit hikes, nature walks and an outdoor museum documenting the history of white pine logging in the area.
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