Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
|Woodland Caribou Provincial Park|
|Nearest city||Winnipeg, Manitoba|
|Area||4,500 km2 (1,700 sq mi)|
|Governing body||Ontario Parks|
Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is a provincial park in northwestern Ontario, Canada, west of Red Lake. It borders eastern Manitoba, and is made up of Canadian Shield and boreal forest. Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is a wilderness park of 450,000 hectares (1,100,000 acres). The parks western boundary is shared with Atikaki Provincial Park and Nopiming Provincial Park in the province of Manitoba.
Access to the park is via float plane or canoe. The park is noted as a wilderness canoe destination, with over 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) of waterways that weave a pattern between large interconnected lakes and rivers, including the Bloodvein and Gammon Rivers. Portages connect many of the common canoe routes. The park has many archeological sites containing many Ojibway pictographs.
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