This park is the southern gateway to the famous Temagami area, where an ancient network of canoe routes existed. The Martin River lets you explore the many bays and shorelines by canoe or kayak, and view the impressive forests growing up the river banks. On land, the park has rolling hills encompassing some of the last remaining stands of massive pines. Along the Transition Trail hike, you can wind through these age-old forests where you’ll find a 350 year old White Pine! The park provides information on what is was like to live off the land as an early settler. The featured attraction is a replica of a century old logging camp, bringing a forgotten era back to life. There is also a museum, camp buildings, and outdoor displays of historical logging equipment. Throughout the summer you can try your hand at a variety of logging contests, and watch the talented chainsaw carvers. This park has an activity for all, and brings to life all the wonders that Ontario has to offer.