Mississagi Park


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                           Mississagi Provincial Park

The spectacular Mississagi Provincial Park is located in
the picturesque Penokean Hills, just 15 minutes drive
north of Elliot Lake, on Highway 108 North.

The Park is classified as a National Environmental park
which recognizes its significant natural and cultural
features. With its rolling hills and valleys, magnificent
forests, and many lakes and streams, the park is a
paradise of nature that's carefully protected.  Except
for its campground areas and well marked hiking trails
the park is almost entirely preserved in its natural
state.

Mississagi Provincial Park which was established in
1965 encompasses 4900 hectares of rugged rolling
hills and is perfect for canoeing, fishing, cross-country
skiing, hiking, and camping.  The campground consists
of 90 campsites for vehicles and there are also a few
interior sites which may be accessed by canoe or
hiking trail. The park also has an amphi-theatre,
exhibit centre, and dock facilities.  

There are six trails in the park and one of the best
ways to take advantage of the spectacular
surroundings is through a walk on one of these trails.


(Click on small photos for a larger view)




Road leading into Mississagi park               Beach on SemiWhite Lake in Mississagi Park

Road into the Park

  

Beach on Semi White Lake




    
Semi White Lake   Semi White Lake

Semi White Lake

 

 Semi White Lake




Mississagi Park Road

Mississagi Park Road



CLICK HERE for great pictures of
Canoeing Mississagi Park north of Elliot Lake
from www.ontarioguide.com




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