Quetico Provincial Park
Quetico Provincial Park, one of the first parks established in Ontario, is a wilderness sanctum of international acclaim. Encompassing 469 456 hectares of lakes and rivers carving the Canadian Shield, the park is revered by paddlers and outdoor enthusiasts who desire the tranquility and challenges of a true wilderness experience.
French River Rapids by Paul Kane courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum (©ROM)
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On Dec. 1 it was - 30 deg C in the morning and we still don't have much snow! Check back soon as we will have more information on roofed accomodations at Dawson Trail Campground this winter and on ski/snowshoeing/ice fishing opportunities.
Quetico Provincial Park (Ontario) and the Superior National Forest (Minnesota) were both set aside as protected areas in 1909, creating one of the largest contiguous protected land masses across international borders on the continent. The first Quetico-Superior plaque was erected at Prairie Portage, which lies on the international border, in 1984 to celebrate Quetico-Superior's 75th anniversary. A second plaque (pictured above) was obtained in 2009 in honour of Quetico-Superior's 100th anniversary and now stands at the Cache Bay Ranger Station, which is also located along the international border.
What is the Q100 Stewardship Project The Q100 Stewardship Project was launched in celebration of the Centennial anniversary of Quetico Provincial Park and its American counterpart, Superior National Forest.
The project celebrates outfitters and businesses who promote best service and environmental practices to Quetico Park visitors.
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Become a member of the Q100 Stewardship Project today and enjoy the many unique learning, networking and marketing opportunities.
Join us in 2014 as a Partner or as a Supporter and show your commitment to the future of Quetico Provincial Park.
Click here to download the 2014 Q100 Information Package
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