Located in the Temagami highlands, Sturgeon River Provincial Park is a fantastic backcountry canoeing park that links with Solace Provincial Park, Chiniguchi Waterway Provincial Park, and Obabika River Provincial Park. The river is 117 km in length and has plenty whitewater, scenic falls, and rapids, all in a very remote setting. There are many week-long whitewater canoe routes flowing in and out of this park, with several portages that can connect to a variety of stunning areas. During your paddle, take time to do some wildlife spotting as you travel from the Temagami highlands bedrock, to sandy shores. The backcountry sites are rustic and often located near rapids or waterfalls. Along the way there are almost endless opportunities to swim in shallow or deep waters, all along the rocky headlands. So bring along your maps and waterproof camera for an unforgettable paddle through one of the most beautiful places in North America. You can also enjoy winter activities in this park. Please contact the park for more details.