Voyageur Provincial Park
|Voyageur Provincial Park|
Day-use area with migrating Canada Geese
|Area||1,464 hectares (3,620 acres)|
|Governing body||Ontario Parks|
Voyageur Provincial Park is a park located in eastern Ontario, Canada, opposite the once furious Long Sault rapids of the Ottawa River around which voyageurs portaged on their way upstream. Established in 1966, this park was formerly known as Carillon Provincial Park.
The park has 416 campsites, 110 with electrical service. Group camping is also available. The park has a day-use area and comfort stations for campers. There are two hiking trails—Coureur de Bois Trail (2 km, 1 hour) and Outouais Trail (5 km return)—both rated easy.
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