Wabakimi Wilderness Park is situated in between Brightsand, Kopka and Albany Waterway Provincial Parks. It is unique in that travelers can access the park by float plane, canoe or train (VIA Rail).
This pristine park offers over 2000 kilometers of lake and river routes that offer canoe and kayak enthusiast a world-class experience. Access points are available to some very popular waterways including Allanwater, Flindt, Pikitigushi and Ogoki Rivers.
For those wilderness trekkers, the park has 500 rustic backcountry campsites and beautiful beaches for swimming after a long day of canoeing or hiking. Hikers and campers may lay view to any number of Boreal Forest animals such as moose, and bear; as well as smaller mammals such as snowshoe hare, least chipmunk, red squirrel, lynx, fox, marten, weasel, timber wolf, beaver, muskrat, otter, and mink. The elusive Woodland Caribou also calls parts of this park home and may be seen by lucky travelers.
Fishing and hunting are available to guests in the expanded area of the park.