Assabaska Ojibway Heritage Park

Description

Assabaska Ojibway is hard to say, but this park is an easy place to stay to take in Ontario's natural beauty. Named after the Native American Ojibway (Chippewa) people, this area was originally known as the Lake of the Woods. In addition to camping and fishing, it offers modern amenities like laundry facilities and sanitation stations. Within this diverse park, visitors can hike the trails or comb the beaches.

Address

6241 Hwy 621
Ontario, Canada P0W 1J0

Lat/Long

49.76642000, -94.49099000
Visit Website
(807) 488-1067

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