Marten River Provincial Park

Category: Campgrounds
Types: Walking & Hiking Trails
Region: Northern Ontario
Address: Hwy 11, 56 km N of North Bay, Marten River
Phone: 705-892-2200
Season: Mid-May to late September
Marten River Provincial Park

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Southern gateway to the Temagami lakes, this park's main attraction is a replica 19th-century logging camp. Remnants of the massive pines that were logged are still found in fields and forests. Bogs alive with birds and other wildlife will amaze you. Be sure to see the 300-year-old white pine that was spared the logger's axe. Camping Many of the park's 190 campsites are located among the tall pines next to the Marten River. Each site has a picnic table and fireplace. Hiking Old Growth White Pine Trail 4.8 km (2 hours) moderate This trail features 300-year-old pines and passes a unique black spruce bog. Interpretive signs explain the ecology of a bog and identify tree and plant species along the way. Boating Canoe along the Marten River, which flows through the heart of the park and leads to several lakes. You can rent a boat or a canoe from businesses near the park and put it into the river at one of four boat launches in the park. Swimming A sandy beach with a buoyed area and two change facilities is ideal for family swimming.

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