Bonheur River Kame Provincial Park
|Bonheur River Kame Provincial Park|
|Area||800 ha (2,000 acres)|
|Governing body||Ontario Parks|
Bonheur River Kame Provincial Park is an 800-hectare (2,000-acre) provincial nature reserve in Ontario, Canada. It is approximately 35 kilometres (22 mi) east of the town of Ignace, and north of Burk Township. It became a nature reserve in 1985 via provincial legislation, primarily to protect the kame it contains, which is an important earth science feature.
The park features a distinctive and "spectacular moulin kame" which surges 80 metres (260 ft) above a peat plain. The undisturbed kame, essentially a cone-shaped hill, lies in forest cover typical of the southern portions of the Boreal Shield ecozone, 
As a nature reserve, the only acceptable human activity in this park is the observation of wildlife and birds. Development is banned, as is tourism and even subsistence activities such as fishing and hunting.
- "Natural Areas Report: BONHEUR RIVER KAME PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE". Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Retrieved 2008-02-11.[dead link]
- "Bonheur River Kame". Ontario Parks, Ministry of Natural Resources. Archived from the original on 2008-02-11. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- "Ignace District Land Use Guidelines – General Resource Areas" (PDF). Crown Land Use Policy Atlas, Ministry of Natural Resources. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- "Regional Green Spaces of Northwestern Ontario". Faculty of Natural Resources Management, Lakehead University. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- Bonheur River Kame Provincial Park at Ontario Parks
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