Wabakimi Provincial Park is in the heart of Northern Ontario, north of Armstrong, Ontario. The park includes world-class wilderness canoeing over 1,242.75 miles (2,000 km) of lakes and river routes, some with ideal Whitewater conditions. The remote wilderness gives visitors excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing and sports fishing. The lands within and around Wabakimi are traditional areas for several Indigenous communities and has a long cultural history.
Wabakimi has legendary fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Perch, Whitefish and Lake Trout. Plan a stay at one of the fly-in/rail-in lodges and outfitters. Wabakimi isn’t just a paradise for angler’s but also for boreal birder’s. At the park, you can spot the Boreal Chickadee, Red and White-winged Crossbill, Greater Yellowlegs, Spruce Grouse, Hawk Owl, Great Grey Owl, and many more. The park offers amazing canoeing opportunities and park staff can help you plan out your trip. Wabakimi has swimming locations at every turn, with marvellous coastlines and beaches, perfect to relax after a day of paddling.