Quetico Provincial Park is famous for its rugged landscapes and exceptional canoeing opportunities. With over 20 miles (35 kilometers) of hiking trails and 1.1 million acres (460,000 hectares) of open space, the wilderness park appeals to both leisurely walkers and experienced hikers in addition to those interested in bird watching, cycling, fishing and swimming. There are also a range of winter sports available in the colder months. Travelers can utilize the camping facilities that range from backcountry options to car camping and roofed accommodation.
Quetico Provincial Park is located right at the border of Ontario and the United States in Atikokan. It can be reached by car from Thunder Bay via ON-130 and the Trans-Canada Highway 1. The main gate and information center is right next to Camp 111 Road. Daily entry fees for vehicles are $11.25.