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White Lake Provincial Park

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White Lake is nearly 20km long, making it one of the largest lakes on the Lake Superior Circle Route. It is a great place to explore the many bays and marshes by boat. Make sure to bring your rod because this park is known for its fantastic fishing of Walleye and Northern Pike. Not only is fishing and paddling great on White Lake, the two other lakes in the park boundary also deserve a visit: Deer and Clearwater Lake. There are plenty of beaches and swimming spots, so don’t forget you swim suit! The hiking trails through the vast boreal forest will take you past natural treasures, like orchids and bogs filled with carnivorous plants. Due to the diversity of this natural landscape, there are great wildlife viewing opportunities. Keep your eyes peeled for beavers, birds, and maybe even bears. In the spring, migrant birds pass through the park, including warblers, thrushes, shorebirds, loons, and kestrels. In the evenings, sit back on the beach to watch a beautiful sunset over the horizon. You can also enjoy winter activities in this park. Please contact the park for more details.

Current Weather

-16° degrees celsius.
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

Watersheds

Lake Superior

Traditional Territories

Anishinaabeg
Métis

Address

P.O. Box 340 White River, ON, P0M 3G0

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