List of protected areas of Ontario

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Ontario Parks and Protected Areas
Statistics
Type Number Area % Land Area
Provincial Parks
Conservation Reserves
Protected Areas
Wilderness Areas
Total
330
295
9
28
662
7,905,305 ha (19,534,430 acres)
1,514,147 ha (3,741,540 acres)
1,226,016 ha (3,029,550 acres)
2,590 ha (6,400 acres)
10,648,058 ha (26,311,920 acres)
7.4%
1.4%
1.1%
<0.1%
9.9%
For national parks in Ontario, see List of National Parks of Canada.

This is a list of protected areas of Ontario that are administered by Government of Ontario. Ontario Parks and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are the provincial bodies responsible for managing the provincial park and conservation reserves.

There are four main types of protected areas in Ontario:

  • Provincial parks: Areas containing significant natural and cultural features, and provide opportunities for outdoor recreation, scientific research and environmental monitoring, and education. Provincial parks are further subdivided into six classes:
    • Cultural Heritage Class Parks: Parks to protect cultural heritage elements that are distinct in Ontario for intrinsic value, interpretation, education and research purposes.
    • Natural Environment Class Parks: Parks to protect provincially significant recreational landscapes and representative ecosystems, as well as to provide recreational and educational experiences.
    • Nature Reserve Class Parks: Parks to protect notable and provincially significant natural habitats, landforms and ecosystems for intrinsic value, scientific research and biodiversity purposes.
    • Recreation Class Parks: Parks to provide a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities in natural surroundings.
    • Waterway Class Parks: Parks to protect recreational water routes and provincially significant terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems to provide recreational and educational experiences.
    • Wilderness Class Parks: Parks to protect large areas for nature, and provide low-impact recreation. Visitors must travel through these parks by foot only.
  • Conservation Reserves: Areas containing significant natural and cultural features, and provide opportunities compatible traditional activities such as fishing, hunting, and trapping. Scientific research and environmental monitoring also occurs.
  • Wilderness Areas: Areas preserved to maintain their natural state, and protect flora and fauna. Research and educational activities can occur.
  • Dedicated Protected Areas: Areas identified by First Nations and the Government of Ontario through community-based land use planning in the Far North area of the province. These areas protect the unique ecology and boreal environment of the region, and allow development of resources.

Provincial parks[edit]

Name Class Area Est'd
Aaron[1] Recreation 117 ha (290 acres) 1958
Abitibi-de-Troyes[2] Waterway 4,340 ha (10,700 acres) 1985
Adam Creek[3] Nature Reserve 50 ha (120 acres) 1985
Agassiz Peatlands[4] Nature Reserve 5,415 ha (13,380 acres) 1985
Albany River[5] Waterway 95,100 ha (235,000 acres) 1989
Albert Lake Mesa[6] Nature Reserve 130 ha (320 acres) 1985
Alexander Lake Forest[7] Natural Environment 1,934 ha (4,780 acres) 2003
Alexander Stewart[8] Nature Reserve 30 ha (74 acres) 2003
Algoma Headwaters[9] Natural Environment 42,745 ha (105,630 acres) 2003
Algonquin[10] Natural Environment 772,300 ha (1,908,000 acres) 1893
Amable du Fond River[11] Waterway 731 ha (1,810 acres) 2003
Arrow Lake[12] Recreation 386 ha (950 acres) 1957
Arrowhead[13] Natural Environment 1,237 ha (3,060 acres) 1971
Arrowhead Peninsula[14] Nature Reserve 815 ha (2,010 acres) 1985
Aubinadong River[15] Waterway 2,722 ha (6,730 acres) 2002
Aubinadong – Nushatogaini Rivers[9] Waterway 4,928 ha (12,180 acres) 2003
Aubrey Falls[16] Natural Environment 4,860 ha (12,000 acres) 1985
Awenda[17] Natural Environment 2,915 ha (7,200 acres) 1975
Balsam Lake[18] Recreation 449 ha (1,110 acres) 1968
Barron River[19] Waterway 539 ha (1,330 acres) 2006
Bass Lake[20] Recreation 65 ha (160 acres) 1957
Batchawana Bay[21] Recreation 169 ha (420 acres) 1973
Batchawana River[22] Waterway 2,684 ha (6,630 acres) 2004
Bayview Escarpment[23] Nature Reserve 439 ha (1,080 acres) 1985
Beattie Pinery[24] Nature Reserve 68 ha (170 acres) 1997
Bell Bay[25] Natural Environment 558 ha (1,380 acres) 1989
Big East River[26] Waterway 1,050 ha (2,600 acres) 2000
Bigwind Lake[27] Natural Environment 1,967 ha (4,860 acres) 1985
Biscotasi Lake[28] Natural Environment 12,283 ha (30,350 acres) 2001
Bissett Creek[29] Waterway 1,676 ha (4,140 acres) 2006
Black Creek[30] Natural Environment 335 ha (830 acres) 1989
Black Sturgeon River[31] Waterway 23,531 ha (58,150 acres) 2002
Blind River[32] Waterway 5,402 ha (13,350 acres) 2002
Blue Jay Creek[33] Natural Environment 246 ha (610 acres) 1997
Blue Lake[34] Recreation 2,314 ha (5,720 acres) 1960
Bon Echo[35] Natural Environment 8,294 ha (20,490 acres) 1971
Bonheur River Kame[36] Nature Reserve 800 ha (2,000 acres) 1985
Bonnechere[37] Recreation 162 ha (400 acres) 1967
Bonnechere River[38] Waterway 1,217 ha (3,010 acres) 1989
Boyne Valley[39] Natural Environment 431 ha (1,070 acres) 1985
Brightsand River[40] Waterway 41,250 ha (101,900 acres) 1989
Bronte Creek[41] Recreation 682 ha (1,690 acres) 1975
Burnt Lands[42] Nature Reserve 516 ha (1,280 acres) 2003
Butler Lake[43] Nature Reserve 3,400 ha (8,400 acres) 1985
Cabot Head[44] Nature Reserve 4,514 ha (11,150 acres) 1985
Caliper Lake[45] Recreation 147 ha (360 acres) 1960
Carson Lake[46] Recreation 12 ha (30 acres) 1971
Castle Creek[47] Nature Reserve 1,075 ha (2,660 acres) 1985
Cavern Lake[48] Nature Reserve 189 ha (470 acres) 1975
Centennial Lake[49] Nature Reserve 530 ha (1,300 acres) 1989
Chapleau-Nemegosenda River[50] Waterway 17,732 ha (43,820 acres) 1973
Charleston Lake[51] Natural Environment 2,596 ha (6,410 acres) 1976
Chiniguchi Waterway[52] Waterway 9,368 ha (23,150 acres) 2006
Chutes[53] Recreation 108 ha (270 acres) 1970
Clear Creek Forest[54] Nature Reserve 402 ha (990 acres) 2014
Coral Rapids[55] Nature Reserve 12 ha (30 acres) 1985
Craigleith[56] Recreation 66 ha (160 acres) 1967
Craig's Pit[57] Nature Reserve 530 ha (1,300 acres) 1985
Cranberry Lake[58] Nature Reserve 2,800 ha (6,900 acres) 1985
Daisy Lake Uplands[59] Nature Reserve 600 ha (1,500 acres) 2006
Dana-Jowsey Lakes[60] Recreation 2,538 ha (6,270 acres) 1989
Darlington[61] Recreation 209 ha (520 acres) 1957
Devil's Glen[62] Recreation 60 ha (150 acres) 1965
Devon Road Mesa[63] Nature Reserve 60 ha (150 acres) 1985
Divide Ridge[64] Nature Reserve 542 ha (1,340 acres) 1985
Dividing Lake[65] Nature Reserve 469 ha (1,160 acres) 1985
Driftwood[66] Recreation 422 ha (1,040 acres) 1963
Duclos Point[67] Nature Reserve 111 ha (270 acres) 1985
Duncan Escarpment[68] Nature Reserve 161 ha (400 acres) 1985
Dupont[69] Nature Reserve 614 ha (1,520 acres) 2011
Eagle-Dogtooth[70] Waterway 41,128 ha (101,630 acres) 2003
Earl Rowe[71] Recreation 312 ha (770 acres) 1964
East English River[72] Waterway 17,513 ha (43,280 acres) 2003
East Sister Island[73] Nature Reserve 53 ha (130 acres) 1976
Edward Island[74] Nature Reserve 600 ha (1,500 acres) 1985
Egan Chutes[75] Nature Reserve 1,106 ha (2,730 acres) 1989
Emily[76] Recreation 83 ha (210 acres) 1957
Englehart River Fine Sand Plain and Waterway[77] Waterway 4,041 ha (9,990 acres) 2002
Esker Lakes[78] Natural Environment 6,516 ha (16,100 acres) 1957
Fairbank[79] Recreation 105 ha (260 acres) 1957
Fawn River[80] Waterway 12,134 ha (29,980 acres) 1989
Ferris[81] Recreation 198 ha (490 acres) 1971
Finlayson Point[82] Recreation 47 ha (120 acres) 1963
Fish Point[83] Nature Reserve 110 ha (270 acres) 1985
Fitzroy[84] Recreation 198 ha (490 acres) 1963
Five Mile Lake[85] Recreation 457 ha (1,130 acres) 1958
Forks of the Credit[86] Natural Environment 282 ha (700 acres) 1985
Foy[87] Recreation 147 ha (360 acres) 1985
Fraleigh Lake[88] Nature Reserve 825 ha (2,040 acres) 1985
Frederick House Lake[89] Nature Reserve 13 ha (32 acres) 1985
French River[90] Waterway 73,530 ha (181,700 acres) 1989
Frontenac[91] Natural Environment 5,214 ha (12,880 acres) 1974
Fushimi Lake[92] Recreation 5,294 ha (13,080 acres) 1979
Gem Lake Maple Bedrock[93] Nature Reserve 90 ha (220 acres) 2002
Gibson River[94] Nature Reserve 333 ha (820 acres) 1968
Goose Island[95] Nature Reserve 72 ha (180 acres) 2008
Goulais River[9] Waterway 5,084 ha (12,560 acres) 2003
Grant’s Creek[96] Waterway 1,444 ha (3,570 acres) 2006
Grassy River-Mond Lake Lowlands and Ferris Lake Uplands[97] Nature Reserve 2,602 ha (6,430 acres) 2005
Gravel River[98] Nature Reserve 763 ha (1,890 acres) 1985
Greenwater[99] Natural Environment 8,504 ha (21,010 acres) 1957
Groundhog River Waterway[100] Waterway 11,036 ha (27,270 acres) 2006
Grundy Lake[101] Natural Environment 3,614 ha (8,930 acres) 1959
Gull River[102] Waterway 7,194 ha (17,780 acres) 2003
Halfway Lake[103] Natural Environment 5,412 ha (13,370 acres) 1985
Hardy Lake[104] Natural Environment 808 ha (2,000 acres) 1985
Hicks-Oke Bog[105] Nature Reserve 5,880 ha (14,500 acres) 1994
Hockley Valley[106] Nature Reserve 377 ha (930 acres) 1989
Holland Landing Prairie[107] Nature Reserve 34 ha (84 acres) 1994
Hope Bay Forest[108] Nature Reserve 353 ha (870 acres) 1985
Indian Point[109] Natural Environment 947 ha (2,340 acres) 1989
Inverhuron[110] Cultural Heritage 288 ha (710 acres) 1967
Ira Lake[111] Nature Reserve 30 ha (74 acres) 1989
Ivanhoe Lake[112] Natural Environment 7,705 ha (19,040 acres) 1957
J. Albert Bauer[113] Natural Environment 164 ha (410 acres) 1985
James N. Allan[114] Recreation 117 ha (290 acres) 1989
Jocko Rivers[115] Waterway 11,299 ha (27,920 acres) 2003
John E. Pearce[116] Nature Reserve 68 ha (170 acres) 1957
Johnston Harbour-Pine Tree Point[117] Nature Reserve 929 ha (2,300 acres) 1989
Kabitotikwia River[118] Nature Reserve 1,965 ha (4,860 acres) 1985
Kaiashk[119] Nature Reserve 780 ha (1,900 acres) 1989
Kakabeka Falls[120] Natural Environment 500 ha (1,200 acres) 1967
Kama Hills[121] Nature Reserve 1 ha (2.5 acres) 1985
Kap-Kig-Iwan[122] Natural Environment 461 ha (1,140 acres) 1957
Kashabowie[123] Natural Environment 2,055 ha (5,080 acres) 1985
Kawartha Highlands[124] Natural Environment 37,587 ha (92,880 acres) 1989
Kenny Forest[125] Natural Environment 2,200 ha (5,400 acres) 1994
Kesagami[126] Wilderness 55,977 ha (138,320 acres) 1983
Kettle Lakes[127] Recreation 1,261 ha (3,120 acres) 1957
Killarney[128] Wilderness 49,325 ha (121,880 acres) 1964
Killarney Lakelands and Headwaters[129] Natural Environment 15,346 ha (37,920 acres) 2006
Killbear[130] Natural Environment 1,760 ha (4,300 acres) 1960
Komoka[131] Recreation 198 ha (490 acres) 1989
Kopka River[132] Waterway 31,205 ha (77,110 acres) 1989
La Cloche[133] Natural Environment 7,448 ha (18,400 acres) 1985
La Motte Lake[134] Recreation 575 ha (1,420 acres) 1989
La Verendrye[135] Waterway 18,280 ha (45,200 acres) 1989
Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater[136] Wilderness 72,400 ha (179,000 acres) 1973
Lake Abitibi Islands[137] Nature Reserve 2,721 ha (6,720 acres) 2005
Lake Nipigon[138] Natural Environment 918 ha (2,270 acres) 1960
Lake of the Woods[139] Natural Environment 20,675 ha (51,090 acres) 1967
Lake on the Mountain[140] Recreation 104 ha (260 acres) 1957
Lake St. Peter[141] Recreation 478 ha (1,180 acres) 1971
Lake Superior[142] Natural Environment 160,810 ha (397,400 acres) 1944
Larder River Waterway[143] Waterway 4,044 ha (9,990 acres) 1985
Lighthouse Point[144] Nature Reserve 96 ha (240 acres) 1985
Limestone Islands[145] Nature Reserve 450 ha (1,100 acres) 1980
Lion's Head[146] Nature Reserve 526 ha (1,300 acres) 1985
Little Abitibi[147] Natural Environment 20,733 ha (51,230 acres) 1985
Little Cove[148] Nature Reserve 16 ha (40 acres) 1985
Little Current River[149] Waterway 9,930 ha (24,500 acres) 1989
Little Greenwater Lake[150] Nature Reserve 244 ha (600 acres) 1985
Little White River[151] Waterway 12,782 ha (31,590 acres) 2002
Livingstone Point[152] Nature Reserve 1,800 ha (4,400 acres) 1985
Lola Lake[153] Nature Reserve 6,572 ha (16,240 acres) 1985
Long Point[154] Recreation 150 ha (370 acres) 1921
Lower Madawaska River[155] Waterway 1,200 ha (3,000 acres) 1989
MacGregor Point[156] Natural Environment 1,204 ha (2,980 acres) 1975
MacLeod[157] Recreation 74 ha (180 acres) 1963
MacMurchy Township End Moraine[158] Nature Reserve 239 ha (590 acres) 2002
Magnetawan River[159] Waterway 3,424 ha (8,460 acres) 2003
Makobe-Grays River[160] Waterway 1,427 ha (3,530 acres) 1985
Manitou Islands[161] Nature Reserve 1,926 ha (4,760 acres) 1989
Mara[162] Recreation 450 ha (1,100 acres) 1970
Mark S. Burnham[163] Recreation 39 ha (96 acres) 1955
Marten River[164] Recreation 400 ha (990 acres) 1960
Mashkinonje[165] Natural Environment 2,109 ha (5,210 acres) 1963
Matawatchan[166] Nature Reserve 65 ha (160 acres) 1968
Matawin River[167] Nature Reserve 2,615 ha (6,460 acres) 1985
Matinenda[168] Natural Environment 28,758 ha (71,060 acres) 2003
Mattagami River Beach & Aeolian Deposit[169] Nature Reserve 164 ha (410 acres) 2003
Mattawa River[170] Waterway 14,142 ha (34,950 acres) 1970
Maynard Lake[171] Nature Reserve 30 ha (74 acres) 1997
McRae Point[172] Recreation 138 ha (340 acres) 1971
Menzel Centennial[173] Nature Reserve 914 ha (2,260 acres) 1997
Michipicoten[174] Cultural Heritage 289 ha (710 acres) 1982
Michipicoten Island[175] Natural Environment 36,740 ha (90,800 acres) 1985
Mikisew[176] Recreation 131 ha (320 acres) 1964
Minnitaki Kames[177] Nature Reserve 4,422 ha (10,930 acres) 1989
Misery Bay[178] Nature Reserve 1,076 ha (2,660 acres) 1989
Missinaibi[179] Waterway 116,110 ha (286,900 acres) 1970
Mississagi[180] Natural Environment 8,328 ha (20,580 acres) 1973
Mississagi Delta[181] Nature Reserve 2,395 ha (5,920 acres) 1985
Mississagi River[182] Waterway 91,247 ha (225,480 acres) 1974
Mono Cliffs[183] Natural Environment 732 ha (1,810 acres) 1985
Montreal River[184] Nature Reserve 44 ha (110 acres) 1968
Morris Tract[185] Nature Reserve 59 ha (150 acres) 1997
Murphys Point[186] Natural Environment 1,239 ha (3,060 acres) 1967
Nagagami Lake[187] Nature Reserve 1,650 ha (4,100 acres) 1985
Nagagamisis[188] Natural Environment 40,683 ha (100,530 acres) 1957
Nakina Moraine[189] Natural Environment 5,319 ha (13,140 acres) 1994
Neys[190] Natural Environment 5,475 ha (13,530 acres) 1965
Nimoosh[191] Waterway 3,550 ha (8,800 acres) 2002
Noganosh Lake[192] Waterway 3,082 ha (7,620 acres) 2003
Noisy River[193] Nature Reserve 378 ha (930 acres) 1989
North Beach[194] Recreation 94 ha (230 acres) 1970
North Channel Inshore[195] Waterway 3,762 ha (9,300 acres) 2002
North Driftwood River[196] Nature Reserve 3 ha (7.4 acres) 1985
Nottawasaga Lookout[197] Nature Reserve 130 ha (320 acres) 1994
O'Donnell Point[198] Nature Reserve 875 ha (2,160 acres) 1985
Oastler Lake[199] Recreation 32 ha (79 acres) 1967
Obabika River[200] Waterway 20,520 ha (50,700 acres) 1989
Obatanga[201] Natural Environment 9,409 ha (23,250 acres) 1967
Obonga-Ottertooth[202] Waterway 21,157 ha (52,280 acres) 2003
Ogoki River[203] Waterway 23,250 ha (57,500 acres) 2004
Ojibway[204] Natural Environment 2,631 ha (6,500 acres) 1963
Ojibway Prairie[205] Nature Reserve 64 ha (160 acres) 1977
Opasquia[206] Wilderness 473,000 ha (1,170,000 acres) 1983
Opeongo River[207] Waterway 955 ha (2,360 acres) 1985
Otoskwin-Attawapiskat River[208] Waterway 82,529 ha (203,930 acres) 1989
Ottawa River[209] Waterway 125 ha (310 acres) 1989
Ouimet Canyon[210] Nature Reserve 777 ha (1,920 acres) 1972
Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls[211] Waterway 507 ha (1,250 acres) 1985
Pakwash[212] Natural Environment 3,993 ha (9,870 acres) 1967
Pan Lake Fen[213] Nature Reserve 496 ha (1,230 acres) 2000
Pancake Bay[214] Recreation 1,659 ha (4,100 acres) 1968
Pantagruel Creek[215] Nature Reserve 2,685 ha (6,630 acres) 1989
Petawawa Terrace[216] Nature Reserve 200 ha (490 acres) 2006
Peter's Woods[217] Nature Reserve 349 ha (860 acres) 1976
Petroglyphs[218] Cultural Heritage 1,643 ha (4,060 acres) 1976
Pichogen River Mixed Forest[219] Nature Reserve 3,043 ha (7,520 acres) 2003
Pigeon River[220] Natural Environment 949 ha (2,350 acres) 1960
Pipestone River[221] Waterway 97,375 ha (240,620 acres) 1989
Point Farms[222] Recreation 308 ha (760 acres) 1970
Pokei Lake-White River Wetlands[223] Nature Reserve 1,768 ha (4,370 acres) 2000
Polar Bear[224] Wilderness 2,355,200 ha (5,820,000 acres) 1970
Porphyry Island[225] Nature Reserve 107 ha (260 acres) 1968
Port Bruce[226] Recreation 7 ha (17 acres) 1974
Port Burwell[227] Recreation 231 ha (570 acres) 1971
Potholes[228] Nature Reserve 247 ha (610 acres) 1985
Prairie River Mouth[229] Nature Reserve 380 ha (940 acres) 1985
Presqu'ile[230] Natural Environment 982 ha (2,430 acres) 1922
Pretty River Valley[231] Natural Environment 808 ha (2,000 acres) 1985
Puff Island[232] Nature Reserve 9 ha (22 acres) 1985
Pukaskwa River[233] Waterway 1,465 ha (3,620 acres) 2002
Pushkin Hills[234] Nature Reserve 5 ha (12 acres) 1985
Puzzle Lake[235] Natural Environment 3,724 ha (9,200 acres) 2001
Quackenbush[236] Cultural Heritage 40 ha (99 acres) 1985
Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands[237] Natural Environment 35,505 ha (87,730 acres) 2002
Quetico[238] Wilderness 471,942 ha (1,166,190 acres) 1913
Rainbow Falls[239] Recreation 576 ha (1,420 acres) 1963
Red Sucker Point[240] Nature Reserve 360 ha (890 acres) 1985
René Brunelle[241] Recreation 3,015 ha (7,450 acres) 1957
Restoule[242] Natural Environment 2,619 ha (6,470 acres) 1963
Rideau River[243] Recreation 98 ha (240 acres) 1963
River Aux Sables[244] Waterway 3,423 ha (8,460 acres) 2006
Rock Point[245] Recreation 187 ha (460 acres) 1957
Rondeau[246] Natural Environment 3,254 ha (8,040 acres) 1894
Round Lake[247] Nature Reserve 2,585 ha (6,390 acres) 1989
Ruby Lake[248] Natural Environment 2,734 ha (6,760 acres) 2002
Rushbrook[249] Natural Environment 2,159 ha (5,340 acres) 2006
Rushing River[250] Recreation 340 ha (840 acres) 1958
Sable Islands[251] Nature Reserve 2,641 ha (6,530 acres) 1985
Samuel de Champlain[252] Natural Environment 2,550 ha (6,300 acres) 1967
Sandbanks[253] Natural Environment 1,551 ha (3,830 acres) 1970
Sandbar Lake[254] Natural Environment 8,053 ha (19,900 acres) 1970
Sandpoint Island[255] Natural Environment 914 ha (2,260 acres) 1985
Sandy Islands[256] Nature Reserve 2,553 ha (6,310 acres) 2001
Sauble Falls[257] Recreation 20 ha (49 acres) 1971
Schreiber Channel[258] Nature Reserve 13 ha (32 acres) 1979
Sedgman Lake[259] Nature Reserve 5,710 ha (14,100 acres) 1985
Selkirk[260] Recreation 73 ha (180 acres) 1967
Serpent Mounds[261] Natural Environment 108 ha (270 acres) 1957
Severn River[262] Waterway 82,960 ha (205,000 acres) 1989
Sextant Rapids[263] Nature Reserve 4 ha (9.9 acres) 1985
Shallow River[264] Nature Reserve 2 ha (4.9 acres) 1985
Sharbot Lake[265] Recreation 80 ha (200 acres) 1958
Shesheeb Bay[266] Nature Reserve 275 ha (680 acres) 1985
Short Hills[267] Natural Environment 661 ha (1,630 acres) 1985
Sibbald Point[268] Recreation 225 ha (560 acres) 1957
Silent Lake[269] Natural Environment 1,610 ha (4,000 acres) 1977
Silver Falls[270] Natural Environment 3,260 ha (8,100 acres) 1985
Silver Lake[271] Recreation 43 ha (110 acres) 1958
Sioux Narrows[272] Recreation 135 ha (330 acres) 1957
Six Mile Lake[273] Recreation 212 ha (520 acres) 1958
Slate Islands[274] Natural Environment 6,570 ha (16,200 acres) 1985
Sleeping Giant[275] Natural Environment 24,400 ha (60,000 acres) 1944
Smokey Head-White Bluff[276] Nature Reserve 347 ha (860 acres) 1985
Solace[277] Waterway 5,943 ha (14,690 acres) 1989
South Bay[278] Recreation 1,525 ha (3,770 acres) 1985
Spanish River[28] Waterway 35,386 ha (87,440 acres) 2001
Springwater[279] Recreation 193 ha (480 acres) 1958
Spruce Islands[280] Nature Reserve 1,497 ha (3,700 acres) 1985
St. Raphael[281] Waterway 90,521 ha (223,680 acres) 2003
Steel River[282] Waterway 11,240 ha (27,800 acres) 1989
Stoco Fen[283] Nature Reserve 203 ha (500 acres) 1985
Sturgeon Bay[284] Recreation 14 ha (35 acres) 1960
Sturgeon River[285] Waterway 7,985 ha (19,730 acres) 1989
Temagami River[286] Waterway 3,394 ha (8,390 acres) 2000
Thackeray[287] Nature Reserve 116 ha (290 acres) 1985
The Massasauga[288] Natural Environment 13,105 ha (32,380 acres) 1989
The Pinery[289] Natural Environment 2,532 ha (6,260 acres) 1957
The Shoals[290] Natural Environment 10,644 ha (26,300 acres) 1970
Thompson Island[291] Nature Reserve 145 ha (360 acres) 1985
Tide Lake[292] Nature Reserve 54 ha (130 acres) 1997
Tidewater[293] Natural Environment 980 ha (2,400 acres) 1970
Timber Island[294] Nature Reserve 44 ha (110 acres) 1985
Trillium Woods[295] Nature Reserve 10 ha (25 acres) 1969
Trout Lake[296] Nature Reserve 7,150 ha (17,700 acres) 1989
Turkey Point[297] Recreation 316 ha (780 acres) 1959
Turtle River-White Otter Lake[298] Waterway 49,294 ha (121,810 acres) 1989
Upper Madawaska River[299] Waterway 1,085 ha (2,680 acres) 1989
Voyageur[300] Recreation 1,465 ha (3,620 acres) 1966
Wabakimi[301] Wilderness 892,061 ha (2,204,330 acres) 1983
Wakami Lake[302] Recreation 12,316 ha (30,430 acres) 1973
Wanapitei[303] Natural Environment 3,413 ha (8,430 acres) 1985
Wasaga Beach[304] Recreation 1,844 ha (4,560 acres) 1959
Waubaushene Beaches[305] Nature Reserve 34 ha (84 acres) 1969
Wenebegon River[306] Waterway 16,383 ha (40,480 acres) 2003
West Bay[307] Nature Reserve 1,120 ha (2,800 acres) 1985
West English River[308] Waterway 22,922 ha (56,640 acres) 2003
West Montreal River[309] Waterway 7,259 ha (17,940 acres) 2002
West Sandy Island[310] Nature Reserve 266 ha (660 acres) 1994
Westmeath[311] Natural Environment 610 ha (1,500 acres) 1985
Wheatley[312] Recreation 241 ha (600 acres) 1971
White Lake[313] Natural Environment 4,048 ha (10,000 acres) 1963
White Lake Peatlands[314] Nature Reserve 992 ha (2,450 acres) 1997
Whitesand[315] Waterway 11,337 ha (28,010 acres) 2003
Widdifield Forest[316] Natural Environment 2,170 ha (5,400 acres) 2002
Wildgoose Outwash Deposit[317] Nature Reserve 1,198 ha (2,960 acres) 2005
Williams Island[318] Nature Reserve 8 ha (20 acres) 1985
Windigo Bay[319] Nature Reserve 8,378 ha (20,700 acres) 1989
Windigo Point[320] Nature Reserve 513 ha (1,270 acres) 1989
Windy Lake[321] Recreation 118 ha (290 acres) 1959
Winisk River[322] Waterway 141,100 ha (349,000 acres) 1969
Winnange Lake[323] Natural Environment 4,745 ha (11,730 acres) 1985
W.J.B. Greenwood[324] Recreation 465 ha (1,150 acres) 1985
Wolf Island[325] Natural Environment 222 ha (550 acres) 1985
Woman River Forest Deposit[326] Natural Environment 6,305 ha (15,580 acres) 2003
Woodland Caribou[327] Wilderness 470,620 ha (1,162,900 acres) 1983

Conservation reserves[edit]

Name Area Est'd
Adair Lake 2,800 ha (6,900 acres) 2003
Ahmic Forest and Rock Barrens 6,081 ha (15,030 acres) 2001
Airport Road 66 ha (160 acres) 2003
Akonesi Chain of Lakes Complex 1,469 ha (3,630 acres) 2003
Alm Lake Forest 752 ha (1,860 acres) 2003
Archambeau Lake Forest 1,234 ha (3,050 acres) 2001
Attlee Central Forest 286 ha (710 acres) 2001
Attlee 263 ha (650 acres) 2001
Attwood River 21,314 ha (52,670 acres) 2004
Aulneau Interior 2,296 ha (5,670 acres) 2003
Axe Lake Wetland 793 ha (1,960 acres) 2002
Ballantyne Lake Drumlins 3,172 ha (7,840 acres) 2005
Basswood Lake 149 ha (370 acres) 2002
Basswood Lake Hemlock 104 ha (260 acres) 2002
Bear Creek 212 ha (520 acres) 2000
Bear Lake Peatland 3,845 ha (9,500 acres) 2000
Bennet Lake Esker Kame Complex 3,485 ha (8,610 acres) 2005
Bickford Oak Woods 314 ha (780 acres) 2008
Big Deer Lake 436 ha (1,080 acres) 2000
Big Sand Lake 284 ha (700 acres) 1994
Big Spring Lake Bedrock 973 ha (2,400 acres) 2001
Black Bay Bog 1,881 ha (4,650 acres) 2002
Blue Lake End Moraine 1,408 ha (3,480 acres) 2002
Bob Lake 2,657 ha (6,570 acres) 2001
Boom Creek 590 ha (1,500 acres) 2003
Boulter-Depot Creek 2,348 ha (5,800 acres) 2003
Brace Creek Outwash Plain 4,705 ha (11,630 acres) 2001
Bray Lake 265 ha (650 acres) 2000
Brennan Harbour 223 ha (550 acres) 2001
Bridge Lake Outwash Plain Forest 149 ha (370 acres) 2001
Brokenmouth River 1,071 ha (2,650 acres) 2004
Brown's Inlet 2,931 ha (7,240 acres) 2003
Bruce Lake 5,462 ha (13,500 acres) 2002
Bryce and Cane Township Wetland Lacustrine 655 ha (1,620 acres) 2001
Byrnes Lake White Birch 1,569 ha (3,880 acres) 2002
Cache Bay Wetland 3,926 ha (9,700 acres) 2002
Callander Bay Wetland 319 ha (790 acres) 2003
Campfire River 4,180 ha (10,300 acres) 2003
Campus Lake 19,452 ha (48,070 acres) 2003
Cardwell Township Old Growth 1,029 ha (2,540 acres) 2002
Cartier Moraine 43 ha (110 acres) 2000
Cedar Creek 279 ha (690 acres) 2001
Centre Creek Old Growth White Pine 163 ha (400 acres) 2000
Chain Lakes 926 ha (2,290 acres) 2001
Cherriman Township 1,003 ha (2,480 acres) 2001
Clay Lake 80 ha (200 acres) 1994
Clear Lake 1,307 ha (3,230 acres) 1997
Cliff Lake 2,947 ha (7,280 acres) 2001
Cognashene Lake 2,945 ha (7,280 acres) 2002
Cognashene Point 42 ha (100 acres) 2001
Commanda Creek 1,657 ha (4,090 acres) 2002
Conroys Marsh 2,049 ha (5,060 acres) 2003
Constant Creek Swamp and Fen 540 ha (1,300 acres) 2003
Coral Rapids Wetland 6,105 ha (15,090 acres) 2005
Crane Lake Forest 387 ha (960 acres) 2003
Crotch Lake 376 ha (930 acres) 2006
Crowe River Swamp 189.8 ha (469 acres) 2000
Dana Township Jack Pine Forest 319 ha (790 acres) 2002
Dog River 2,648 ha (6,540 acres) 2002
Draper Township 81 ha (200 acres) 2002
Driftwood River White Cedar Lacustrine 184 ha (450 acres) 2005
Dryberry Lake 21,850 ha (54,000 acres) 2003
Dub‚ Creek Iceberg Keel Marks 1,136 ha (2,810 acres) 2003
Dunmore Township Balsam Fir Outwash Deposit 203 ha (500 acres) 2001
Dutcher Lake 1,952 ha (4,820 acres) 2001
Eagle Lake Islands 3,395 ha (8,390 acres) 2003
Eagle-Snowshoe 35,621 ha (88,020 acres) 2003
East Bay 1,894 ha (4,680 acres) 2003
East Lady Evelyn Lake 5,612 ha (13,870 acres) 2001
East Larder River Bedrock Conifer 7,003 ha (17,300 acres) 2002
East Wabigoon 1,299 ha (3,210 acres) 2003
East Wenebegon Forest 3,053 ha (7,540 acres) 2003
Eastern Cardwell Forest 627 ha (1,550 acres) 2002
Echo River Hardwoods 10,236 ha (25,290 acres) 2001
Eden Township Forest 145 ha (360 acres) 2002
Elzevir Peatlands 2,246 ha (5,550 acres) 2003
Fallingsnow Lake 854 ha (2,110 acres) 2001
Farrington Township 948 ha (2,340 acres) 2003
Ferguson Township White Pine Forest 364 ha (900 acres) 2000
Ferrie Township Forest 474 ha (1,170 acres) 2000
Field Township 399 ha (990 acres) 2003
Fish Bay 380 ha (940 acres) 2002
Fishnet Lake 3,503 ha (8,660 acres) 2001
Flat Creek Old Pine 436 ha (1,080 acres) 2000
Fraserdale Wetland Complex 18,762 ha (46,360 acres) 2005
Freeman Township Sugar Maple Forest 123 ha (300 acres) 2001
Friday and Scotia Lakes 1,930 ha (4,800 acres) 2002
Galbraith Peatland 121 ha (300 acres) 2002
Garden River Forest 299 ha (740 acres) 2000
Garden-Pakashkan 12,586 ha (31,100 acres) 2004
Garson Forest 204 ha (500 acres) 2002
Geary Township Shoreline Bluff 610 ha (1,500 acres) 2003
Gibson River 172 ha (430 acres) 2003
Glenn N. Crombie 6,952 ha (17,180 acres) 2001
God's Lake Old Growth White Pine Forest 354 ha (870 acres) 2002
Gooderham Old Growth White Pine Forest 82 ha (200 acres) 2000
Gough Outwash Forest 402 ha (990 acres) 2001
Goulais River Beach Ridges 929 ha (2,300 acres) 2003
Grassy River Halliday Lake Forests & Lowlands 1,778 ha (4,390 acres) 2005
Gravel River 46,632 ha (115,230 acres) 2002
Green Lake Old Pine 156 ha (390 acres) 2000
Greenbough Esker 549 ha (1,360 acres) 2006
Greenwood Lake 775 ha (1,920 acres) 1997
Gull-Christina 1,863 ha (4,600 acres) 2004
Gulliver River 2,737 ha (6,760 acres) 2003
Hammell Lake 1,901 ha (4,700 acres) 2002
Harmony Forest 1,012 ha (2,500 acres) 2000
Harth Lake 3,722 ha (9,200 acres) 2003
Hawkins Property 332 ha (820 acres) 2006
Henwood Township Forest and Wetland 322 ha (800 acres) 2001
Hilliardton Marsh 5,502 ha (13,600 acres) 2002
Holdridge Creek 1,372 ha (3,390 acres) 2000
Horseshoe Lake 115 ha (280 acres) 2002
Hungry Lake 3,525 ha (8,710 acres) 2006
Ile Parisienne 4,669 ha (11,540 acres) 2001
Indian Bay South 241.3 ha (596 acres) 1997
Isko Dewabo Lake Complex 2,967 ha (7,330 acres) 2000
Island Lake Forest and Barrens 15,473 ha (38,230 acres) 2000
Ivanhoe River 7,071 ha (17,470 acres) 2003
Jackson Lake 1,166 ha (2,880 acres) 2000
Jevins & Silver Lake 2,144 ha (5,300 acres) 2000
Jim Edwards Lake 8,656 ha (21,390 acres) 2001
Jog Lake 48,482 ha (119,800 acres) 1997
Jollineau 773 ha (1,910 acres) 2000
Joly Township Hardwoods 496 ha (1,230 acres) 2001
Kagianagami Lake 1,247 ha (3,080 acres) 2004
Kahshe Lake Barrens 3,169 ha (7,830 acres) 2006
Kakakiwibik Esker 521 ha (1,290 acres) 2000
Kaladar Jack Pine Barrens 1,086.4 ha (2,685 acres) 1997
Kama Cliffs 3,713 ha (9,180 acres) 2000
Kapesakosi Lake 175 ha (430 acres) 2003
Kawawia Lake Old Growth 82 ha (200 acres) 2000
Kesagami River Outwash Plain 2,251 ha (5,560 acres) 2005
Killala Lake 13,190 ha (32,600 acres) 2005
Kitchener Township (Morton Lake) 556 ha (1,370 acres) 2002
Kwinkwaga Ground Moraine Uplands 12,650 ha (31,300 acres) 2000
La Cloche Ridge 4,004 ha (9,890 acres) 2001
La Verendrye/Ogidaki 1,039 ha (2,570 acres) 2003
Lac des Mille Lacs 2,538 ha (6,270 acres) 2003
Lac Seul Islands 14,723 ha (36,380 acres) 2003
Lake Nipigon 188,136 ha (464,890 acres) 2003
Lake of the Woods 45,960 ha (113,600 acres) 2006
Lake of the Woods Waters 1,984 ha (4,900 acres) 2006
Lake Superior North Shore 1,501 ha (3,710 acres) 2001
Lawrence Lake 1,409 ha (3,480 acres) 2003
Lingham Lake 1,988 ha (4,910 acres) 2003
Little Mississippi River 916 ha (2,260 acres) 2003
Little Spring Lake 106 ha (260 acres) 2000
Long Lake 1,720 ha (4,300 acres) 2004
Longlac North 1,829 ha (4,520 acres) 2004
Loon Lake Wetland 372 ha (920 acres) 2001
Louck Lake Wetland 265 ha (650 acres) 2002
Low/Bell 5,576 ha (13,780 acres) 2004
Lower Moon River 2,723 ha (6,730 acres) 2001
Lower Twin Lake 377 ha (930 acres) 2004
Mac's Bay 290 ha (720 acres) 1997
MacLennan Esker Forest 368 ha (910 acres) 2002
Magpie River Terraces 2,088 ha (5,160 acres) 2002
Mahaffy Township Ground Moraine 640 ha (1,600 acres) 2005
Makobe Grays Ice Margin 903 ha (2,230 acres) 2001
Manitou 7,203 ha (17,800 acres) 2003
Manitou Mountain 62 ha (150 acres) 2006
Masonville Bernhardt Muskeg Maple Moraine 128 ha (320 acres) 2001
Matabitchuan River 87.2 ha (215 acres) 1997
McCrae Lake 2,039 ha (5,040 acres) 2001
McDougal Point Peninsula 6,036 ha (14,920 acres) 2005
McGarry Township Forest 1,434 ha (3,540 acres) 2002
McLaren Forest 409 ha (1,010 acres) 2005
Melgund Lake 1,094 ha (2,700 acres) 2003
Mellon Lake 8,151 ha (20,140 acres) 2001
Meteor Lake Outwash Fans 3,552 ha (8,780 acres) 2002
Miles Bay 43.6 ha (108 acres) 1997
Mistinikon Lake Uplands 4,330 ha (10,700 acres) 2002
Mojikit Lake 62,597 ha (154,680 acres) 2004
Monteith Forest 185 ha (460 acres) 2002
Moon River 455 ha (1,120 acres) 2006
Moreau's Bay 141 ha (350 acres) 2001
Morrison Lake Wetland 77 ha (190 acres) 2002
Mount Moriah 2,319 ha (5,730 acres) 2003
Mowat Township Hemlock Forest 197 ha (490 acres) 2002
Mozhabong Lake 4,354 ha (10,760 acres) 2001
Mud Lake/Creek 158 ha (390 acres) 2003
Mudcat Lake Forest 396 ha (980 acres) 2002
Muldrew Barrens 803 ha (1,980 acres) 2002
Musk Lake 4,854 ha (11,990 acres) 2003
Nahma Bog and Poor Fens 3,606 ha (8,910 acres) 2005
Naiscoot Forest 375 ha (930 acres) 2003
Nakina Northeast Waterway 13,909 ha (34,370 acres) 2004
Narrows Island 41.1 ha (102 acres) 1997
Night Hawk Lake Shoreline Bluffs 893 ha (2,210 acres) 2005
Nipigon Palisades 11,522 ha (28,470 acres) 2003
Nipigon River 2,650 ha (6,500 acres) 2003
North Georgian Bay Shoreline and Islands 17,107 ha (42,270 acres) 2012
North Montreal River Moraine 552 ha (1,360 acres) 2000
North Muskego River Mixed Forest 3,283 ha (8,110 acres) 2005
North of the North French River 158,286 ha (391,130 acres) 2005
North Thornben Lake Moraine 454 ha (1,120 acres) 2003
North Yorston 13,323 ha (32,920 acres) 2004
Northern Claybelt Forest Complex 68,128 ha (168,350 acres) 2005
Northern McConkey 1,249 ha (3,090 acres) 2002
Nova Township Clay Plain Peatlands 3,281 ha (8,110 acres) 2005
O'Connor 895 ha (2,210 acres) 2000
Octopus Creek 608 ha (1,500 acres) 2003
Onaman Lake 4,734 ha (11,700 acres) 2000
Onaping Lake 16,698 ha (41,260 acres) 2002
Ottertail Creek 1,650 ha (4,100 acres) 1997
Ottertooth 28,793 ha (71,150 acres) 2003
Our Colleagues 92 ha (230 acres) 2004
Oxbow Lake Forest 200 ha (490 acres) 2000
Painted Rock 113 ha (280 acres) 1997
Pakeshkag River Forest 1,299 ha (3,210 acres) 2002
Pinard Moraine 18,202 ha (44,980 acres) 2005
Pinetorch Lake 3,623 ha (8,950 acres) 2004
Pipestone 10,855 ha (26,820 acres) 2006
Plastic Lake and Dawson Ponds 291 ha (720 acres) 2000
Point au Baril Forests and Wetlands 2,366 ha (5,850 acres) 2003
Pyatt Lake 405 ha (1,000 acres) 2003
Rabbit Lake West 491.4 ha (1,214 acres) 1997
Raganooter Lake 311 ha (770 acres) 2001
Rainmaker Lake 70 ha (170 acres) 2003
Rainy Lake Islands 5,912 ha (14,610 acres) 2006
Ranger North 7,020 ha (17,300 acres) 1997
Rawhide Lake 4,633 ha (11,450 acres) 2001
Rose Lake Dune Peatland Complex 273 ha (670 acres) 2001
Ryerson Township Forest 353 ha (870 acres) 2002
Sausage Lake Forest 664 ha (1,640 acres) 2000
Scenic Lake 1,890 ha (4,700 acres) 2003
Scotty Lake 775 ha (1,920 acres) 1994
Seahorse Lake 658 ha (1,630 acres) 2000
Searchmont South Forest 626 ha (1,550 acres) 2001
Seguin River Conifer and Fens 6,833 ha (16,880 acres) 2005
Seguin River 275 ha (680 acres) 2002
Severn River 9,929 ha (24,540 acres) 2003
Shack Creek Wetland 288 ha (710 acres) 2001
Shakespeare Forest 215 ha (530 acres) 2006
Shallow River Poplar Outwash 396 ha (980 acres) 2005
Shanly Creek Drumlins 3,734 ha (9,230 acres) 2005
Sharpe Bay Fen 636 ha (1,570 acres) 2000
Shawanaga Lake 4,932 ha (12,190 acres) 2001
Shook Lake 159 ha (390 acres) 1997
Side Lake 92 ha (230 acres) 2003
Sifton Township 706 ha (1,740 acres) 2003
Silver Creek Peatland 281 ha (690 acres) 2003
Slim Jim Lake 6,460 ha (16,000 acres) 2003
Smith Lake 1,649 ha (4,070 acres) 2001
Smoky River Headwaters 928 ha (2,290 acres) 2002
Snake River Marsh 213 ha (530 acres) 2003
Solitary Lake 257 ha (640 acres) 2003
South Grassy Lake Outwash 156 ha (390 acres) 2001
South Greenhill Lake Sand Delta 1,463 ha (3,620 acres) 2005
South Michipicoten River-Superior Shoreline 2,219 ha (5,480 acres) 2005
South River Forest 180 ha (440 acres) 2005
South Timiskaming Shoreline 703 ha (1,740 acres) 2004
Spring/Cut Lake Esker 691 ha (1,710 acres) 2002
St. Williams 1,033 ha (2,550 acres) 2008
Ste. Th‚rŠse Ground Moraine 150 ha (370 acres) 2003
Stormy Lake 412 ha (1,020 acres) 2003
Strickland River Mixed Forest Wetland 1,638 ha (4,050 acres) 2000
Stuart Lake Wetland 661 ha (1,630 acres) 2001
Sugar Lake 6,143 ha (15,180 acres) 2001
Swan Lake 256 ha (630 acres) 2002
Tatachikapika River Plain 3,384 ha (8,360 acres) 2005
Temagami Island North 125.6 ha (310 acres) 1997
Tembec Wetland 8,149 ha (20,140 acres) 2005
Thessalon River Delta/Rock Lake Red Oak 295 ha (730 acres) 2001
Three Mile Narrows 840 ha (2,100 acres) 2004
Tikamaganda Lake 2,957 ha (7,310 acres) 1997
Tilley Creek 598 ha (1,480 acres) 2000
Tilton Forest 725 ha (1,790 acres) 2002
Torrance Barrens 1,906 ha (4,710 acres) 1997
Trewartha Creek 9,736 ha (24,060 acres) 2003
Trollope Lake Burnt Hill Poplar Spruce 2,108 ha (5,210 acres) 2005
Trout Lake 60,186 ha (148,720 acres) 2003
Twilight Lake 396 ha (980 acres) 2003
Upper English River 12,295 ha (30,380 acres) 2003
Upper Raft Lake 476 ha (1,180 acres) 2002
Upper Shebeshekong Wetland 5,304 ha (13,110 acres) 2003
Venetian Creek Old Pine 287 ha (710 acres) 2000
Vimy Lake Uplands 3,406 ha (8,420 acres) 2005
Wabos North 956 ha (2,360 acres) 2000
Wabos South 580 ha (1,400 acres) 2000
Wagong Lake Forest 2,381 ha (5,880 acres) 2001
Wahwashkesh-Naiscoot 1,734 ha (4,280 acres) 2003
Wainfleet Bog 234.3 ha (579 acres) 1997
Wapus Creek 2,216 ha (5,480 acres) 2002
West Wabigoon River 714 ha (1,760 acres) 2003
Westmeath Bog 43 ha (110 acres) 2003
White Bear Forest 1,242 ha (3,070 acres) 1997
White Lake 187 ha (460 acres) 2003
Whitefish and East Whitefish Lakes Sandy Till Upland 9,353 ha (23,110 acres) 2005
Whitefish River Sandy Till 3,800 ha (9,400 acres) 2005
Whitemud 18,485 ha (45,680 acres) 2003
Widgeon Lake Moraine 1,240 ha (3,100 acres) 2002
Willow Lake 55 ha (140 acres) 1994
Windermere Goldie Lake Complex 18,699 ha (46,210 acres) 2005

Dedicated protected areas[edit]

Name Area
Sampson Lake (Pahngwahshahshk)[328] 54,737 ha (135,260 acres)
Lake Country (Weeskayjahk Ohtahzhoganiing)[328] 265,751 ha (656,690 acres)
Pringle Lake (Sahkeesahkahteekoh weesuhkaheegahn)[328] 8,868 ha (21,910 acres)
Valhalla-Trough Lake (Kahnahmaykoosayseekahk)[328] 4,808 ha (11,880 acres)
Peisk Lake (Payshk Ohsahgaheegahn)[328] 3,076 ha (7,600 acres)
Pikangikum Cultural Landscape Waterways[328] 96,085 ha (237,430 acres)
Cat-Slate River System[329] 495,833 ha (1,225,230 acres)
Pauingassi[330] 108,493 ha (268,090 acres)
Little Grand Rapids[331] 188,738 ha (466,380 acres)

Wilderness areas[edit]

Name Area
Hilton Township 39 ha (97 acres)
New Brunswick House Post 55 ha (137 acres)
Old Brunswick House 21 ha (51 acres)
Abitibi Lake Narrows 4.0 ha (10 acres)
Old Fort Albany 4.5 ha (11 acres)
Sankey Township 29 ha (72 acres)
Kishkebus Lake 134 ha (332 acres)
Turkey Point 21 ha (53 acres)
Cape Henrietta-Maria 91 ha (225 acres)
Derby Lake 180 ha (450 acres)
Echo Township 199 ha (492 acres)
Sutton Lake Gorge 51 ha (125 acres)
White Otter Lake 17 ha (41 acres)
Crater Lakes 220 ha (550 acres)
Mccrae Lake 253 ha (625 acres)
Presqu’ile Islands 130 ha (322 acres)
Blair Township 61 ha (150 acres)
Timber Island 41 ha (101 acres)
Shoal Lake 5.7 ha (14 acres)
Eighteen Mile Island 195 ha (482 acres)
Fairy Point 260 ha (640 acres)
Whitefish Falls 108 ha (266 acres)
Agate Island 60 ha (148 acres)
Bat Cave 72 ha (177 acres)
Ganley Harbour 2.4 ha (6 acres)
Outer Barn Island 65 ha (161 acres)
Sleeping Giant 256 ha (633 acres)
Lac La Croix 12 ha (29 acres)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
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  35. ^ "Welcome to Bon Echo Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
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  37. ^ "Welcome to Bonnechere Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
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  39. ^ "Welcome to Boyne Valley Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  40. ^ "Welcome to Brightsand River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  41. ^ "Welcome to Bronte Creek Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  42. ^ "Welcome to Burnt Lands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
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  48. ^ "Welcome to Cavern Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  49. ^ "Welcome to Centennial Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  50. ^ "Welcome to Chapleau-Nemegosenda River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  51. ^ "Welcome to Charleston Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  52. ^ "Welcome to Chiniguchi Waterway Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  53. ^ "Welcome to Chutes Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  54. ^ "Welcome to Clear Creek Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  55. ^ "Welcome to Coral Rapids Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  56. ^ "Welcome to Craigleith Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  57. ^ "Welcome to Craig's Pit Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
  58. ^ "Welcome to Cranberry Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
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  74. ^ "Welcome to Edward Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  75. ^ "Welcome to Egan Chutes Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  76. ^ "Welcome to Emily Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  77. ^ "Welcome to Englehart River Fine Sand Plain and Waterway Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
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  79. ^ "Welcome to Fairbank Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
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  95. ^ "Welcome to Goose Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
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  98. ^ "Welcome to Gravel River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  99. ^ "Welcome to Greenwater Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  100. ^ "Welcome to Groundhog River Waterway Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  101. ^ "Welcome to Grundy Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  102. ^ "Welcome to Gull River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  103. ^ "Welcome to Halfway Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  104. ^ "Welcome to Hardy Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  105. ^ "Welcome to Hicks-Oke Bog Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  106. ^ "Welcome to Hockley Valley Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  107. ^ "Welcome to Holland Landing Prairie Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  108. ^ "Welcome to Hope Bay Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  109. ^ "Welcome to Indian Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  110. ^ "Welcome to Inverhuron Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  111. ^ "Welcome to Ira Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  112. ^ "Welcome to Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  113. ^ "Welcome to J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  114. ^ "Welcome to James N. Allan Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  115. ^ "Welcome to Jocko Rivers Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  116. ^ "Welcome to John E. Pearce Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  117. ^ "Welcome to Johnston Hrb./Pine Tree Pt. Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-27. 
  118. ^ "Welcome to Kabitotikwia River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  119. ^ "Welcome to Kaiashk Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  120. ^ "Welcome to Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  121. ^ "Kama Hill Provincial Nature Reserve Interim Management Statement" (PDF). Government of Ontario. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  122. ^ "Welcome to Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  123. ^ "Welcome to Kashabowie Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  124. ^ "Welcome to Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  125. ^ "Welcome to Kenny Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  126. ^ "Welcome to Kesagami Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  127. ^ "Welcome to Kettle Lakes Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  128. ^ "Welcome to Killarney Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  129. ^ "Welcome to Killarney Lakelands and Headwaters Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  130. ^ "Welcome to Killbear Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  131. ^ "Welcome to Komoka Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  132. ^ "Welcome to Kopka River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  133. ^ "Welcome to La Cloche Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  134. ^ "Welcome to La Motte Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  135. ^ "Welcome to La Verendrye Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  136. ^ "Welcome to Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  137. ^ "Welcome to Lake Abitibi Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  138. ^ "Welcome to Lake Nipigon Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  139. ^ "Welcome to Lake of the Woods Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  140. ^ "Welcome to Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  141. ^ "Welcome to Lake St. Peter Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  142. ^ "Welcome to Lake Superior Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  143. ^ "Welcome to Larder River Waterway Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  144. ^ "Welcome to Lighthouse Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  145. ^ "Welcome to Limestone Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  146. ^ "Welcome to Lion's Head Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  147. ^ "Welcome to Little Abitibi Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  148. ^ "Welcome to Little Cove Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  149. ^ "Welcome to Little Current River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  150. ^ "Welcome to Little Greenwater Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  151. ^ "Welcome to Little White River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  152. ^ "Welcome to Livingstone Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  153. ^ "Welcome to Lola Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  154. ^ "Welcome to Long Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  155. ^ "Welcome to Lower Madawaska River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  156. ^ "Welcome to MacGregor Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  157. ^ "Welcome to MacLeod Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  158. ^ "Welcome to MacMurchy Township End Moraine Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  159. ^ "Welcome to Magnetawan River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  160. ^ "Welcome to Makobe-Grays River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  161. ^ "Welcome to Manitou Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  162. ^ "Welcome to Mara Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  163. ^ "Welcome to Mark S. Burnham Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  164. ^ "Welcome to Marten River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  165. ^ "Welcome to Mashkinonje Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  166. ^ "Welcome to Matawatchan Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  167. ^ "Welcome to Matawin River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  168. ^ "Welcome to Matinenda Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  169. ^ "Welcome to Mattagami River Beach & Aeolian Deposit Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  170. ^ "Welcome to Mattawa River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  171. ^ "Welcome to Maynard Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  172. ^ "Welcome to McRae Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  173. ^ "Welcome to Menzel Centennial Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  174. ^ "Welcome to Michipicoten Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  175. ^ "Welcome to Michipicoten Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  176. ^ "Welcome to Mikisew Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  177. ^ "Welcome to Minnitaki Kames Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  178. ^ "Welcome to Misery Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  179. ^ "Welcome to Missinaibi Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  180. ^ "Welcome to Mississagi Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  181. ^ "Mississagi Delta Provincial Nature Reserve Management Plan" (PDF). Government of Ontario. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  182. ^ "Welcome to Mississagi River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  183. ^ "Welcome to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  184. ^ "Welcome to Montreal River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  185. ^ "Welcome to Morris Tract Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  186. ^ "Welcome to Murphys Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  187. ^ "Welcome to Nagagami Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  188. ^ "Welcome to Nagagamisis Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  189. ^ "Nakina Moraine Provincial Park Interim Management Statement" (PDF). Government of Ontario. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  190. ^ "Welcome to Neys Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  191. ^ "Welcome to Nimoosh Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  192. ^ "Welcome to Noganosh Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  193. ^ "Welcome to Noisy River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  194. ^ "Welcome to North Beach Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  195. ^ "Welcome to North Channel Inshore Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  196. ^ "Welcome to North Driftwood River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  197. ^ "Welcome to Nottawasaga Lookout Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  198. ^ "Welcome to O'Donnell Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  199. ^ "Welcome to Oastler Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  200. ^ "Welcome to Obabika River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  201. ^ "Welcome to Obatanga Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  202. ^ "Welcome to Obonga-Ottertooth Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  203. ^ "Welcome to Ogoki River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  204. ^ "Welcome to Ojibway Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  205. ^ "Welcome to Ojibway Prairie Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  206. ^ "Welcome to Opasquia Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  207. ^ "Welcome to Neys Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  208. ^ "Welcome to Otoskwin-Attawapiskat River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  209. ^ "Welcome to Ottawa River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  210. ^ "Welcome to Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  211. ^ "Welcome to Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  212. ^ "Welcome to Pakwash Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  213. ^ "Welcome to Pan Lake Fen Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  214. ^ "Welcome to Pancake Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  215. ^ "Welcome to Pantagruel Creek Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  216. ^ "Welcome to Petawawa Terrace Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  217. ^ "Welcome to Peter's Woods Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  218. ^ "Welcome to Petroglyphs Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  219. ^ "Welcome to Pichogen River Mixed Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  220. ^ "Welcome to Pigeon River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  221. ^ "Welcome to Pipestone River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  222. ^ "Welcome to Point Farms Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  223. ^ "Welcome to Pokei Lake-White River Wetlands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  224. ^ "Welcome to Polar Bear Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  225. ^ "Welcome to Porphyry Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  226. ^ "Welcome to Port Bruce Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  227. ^ "Welcome to Port Burwell Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  228. ^ "Welcome to Potholes Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  229. ^ "Welcome to Prairie River Mouth Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  230. ^ "Welcome to Presqu'ile Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  231. ^ "Welcome to Pretty River Valley Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  232. ^ "Welcome to Puff Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  233. ^ "Welcome to Pukaskwa River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  234. ^ "Welcome to Pushkin Hills Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  235. ^ "Welcome to Puzzle Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  236. ^ "Welcome to Quackenbush Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  237. ^ "Welcome to Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  238. ^ "Welcome to Quetico Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  239. ^ "Welcome to Rainbow Falls Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  240. ^ "Welcome to Red Sucker Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  241. ^ "Welcome to René Brunelle Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  242. ^ "Welcome to Restoule Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  243. ^ "Welcome to Rideau River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  244. ^ "Welcome to River Aux Sables Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  245. ^ "Welcome to Rock Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  246. ^ "Welcome to Rondeau Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  247. ^ "Welcome to Round Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  248. ^ "Welcome to Ruby Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  249. ^ "Welcome to Rushbrook Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  250. ^ "Welcome to Rushing River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  251. ^ "Welcome to Sable Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  252. ^ "Welcome to Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  253. ^ "Welcome to Sandbanks Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  254. ^ "Welcome to Sandbar Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  255. ^ "Welcome to Sandpoint Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  256. ^ "Welcome to Sandy Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  257. ^ "Welcome to Sauble Falls Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  258. ^ "Welcome to Schreiber Channel Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  259. ^ "Welcome to Sedgman Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  260. ^ "Welcome to Selkirk Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  261. ^ "Serpent Mounds Provincial Park Management Plan" (PDF). Government of Ontario. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  262. ^ "Welcome to Severn River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  263. ^ "Welcome to Sextant Rapids Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  264. ^ "Welcome to Shallow River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  265. ^ "Welcome to Sharbot Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  266. ^ "Welcome to Shesheeb Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  267. ^ "Welcome to Short Hills Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  268. ^ "Welcome to Sibbald Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  269. ^ "Welcome to Silent Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  270. ^ "Welcome to Silver Falls Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  271. ^ "Welcome to Silver Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  272. ^ "Welcome to Sioux Narrows Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  273. ^ "Welcome to Six Mile Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  274. ^ "Welcome to Slate Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  275. ^ "Welcome to Sleeping Giant Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  276. ^ "Welcome to Smokey Head-White Bluff Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  277. ^ "Welcome to Solace Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  278. ^ "Welcome to South Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  279. ^ "Welcome to Springwater Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  280. ^ "Welcome to Spruce Islands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  281. ^ "Welcome to St. Raphael Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  282. ^ "Welcome to Steel River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  283. ^ "Welcome to Stoco Fen Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  284. ^ "Welcome to Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  285. ^ "Welcome to Sturgeon River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  286. ^ "Welcome to Temagami River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  287. ^ "Welcome to Thackeray Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  288. ^ "Welcome to The Massasauga Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  289. ^ "Welcome to The Pinery Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  290. ^ "Welcome to The Shoals Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  291. ^ "Welcome to Thompson Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  292. ^ "Welcome to Tide Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  293. ^ "Welcome to Tidewater Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  294. ^ "Welcome to Timber Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  295. ^ "Welcome to Trillium Woods Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  296. ^ "Welcome to Trout Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  297. ^ "Welcome to Turkey Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  298. ^ "Welcome to Turtle River-White Otter Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  299. ^ "Welcome to Upper Madawaska River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  300. ^ "Welcome to Voyageur Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  301. ^ "Welcome to Wabakimi Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  302. ^ "Welcome to Wakami Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  303. ^ "Welcome to Wanapitei Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  304. ^ "Welcome to Wasaga Beach Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  305. ^ "Welcome to Waubaushene Beaches Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  306. ^ "Welcome to Wenebegon River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  307. ^ "Welcome to West Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  308. ^ "Welcome to West English River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  309. ^ "Welcome to West Montreal River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  310. ^ "Welcome to West Sandy Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  311. ^ "Welcome to Westmeath Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  312. ^ "Welcome to Wheatley Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  313. ^ "Welcome to White Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  314. ^ "Welcome to White Lake Peatlands Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  315. ^ "Welcome to Whitesand Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  316. ^ "Welcome to Widdifield Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  317. ^ "Welcome to Wildgoose Outwash Deposit Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  318. ^ "Welcome to Williams Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  319. ^ "Welcome to Windigo Bay Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  320. ^ "Welcome to Windigo Point Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  321. ^ "Welcome to Windy Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  322. ^ "Welcome to Winisk River Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  323. ^ "Welcome to Winnange Lake Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  324. ^ "Welcome to W.J.B. Greenwood Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  325. ^ "Welcome to Wolf Island Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  326. ^ "Welcome to Woman River Forest Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  327. ^ "Welcome to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park". Ontario Parks. Retrieved 2016-07-29. 
  328. ^ a b c d e f Whitefeather Forest Land Use Strategy
  329. ^ Cat Lake-Slate Falls Community Based Land Use Plan
  330. ^ Pauingassi Community Based Land Use Plan
  331. ^ Little Grand Rapids Community Based Land Use Plan

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