Wildlife monitoring cameras are in use; any photos containing images of members of the public are deleted.  Please contact (Park Superintendent, Shannon Lawr, shannon.lawr@ontario.ca, 435 James, St South, suite 221d, Thunder Bay ON, 807-475-1634) if you would like more information.

Personal information is collected under the authority of Section 29 of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act

What You'll Like :

  • World-class wilderness canoeing, including over 2,000 kilometres of lake and river routes and some excellent whitewater
  • Remote wilderness with opportunities for wildlife viewing as well as sport fishing and hunting
  • Legendary fishing for walleye and northern pike; fly-in backcountry lodges and resorts
  • The lands within and around Wabakimi are the traditional areas for several First Nation communities; the park has a long cultural history

General Information

(807) 473-3031
Size: 892061.00 ha
Year established: 1983
Park Classification: Wilderness
c/o Ministry of Natural Resources
435 James Street S., Suite #221d
Thunder Bay
P7E 6S8

2017 Operating Dates


Park / Campground Usage (day use, camping, etc.) Opening and Closing
Wabakimi January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017
Northwest Wilderness Quest