This Canadian National Park offers many very interesting walking trails, well-cared for campsites at a variety of locations throughout the park, very helpful Parks staff, opportunities to take your canoe out on small lakes & creeks and an interesting variety of wildlife. It is a a gem of a park to observe wildlife in their natural wild settings...Moose, White tail deer, Black bears, among the larger animals. We even had an inquisitive Pine martin watch us near one stream. It was September and the forest was full of Sapsuckers and we also saw beautiful Spruce grouse. The drive to Lake Audy is worthwhile as there is a herd of Bison near the lake. What a grand sight!
The Park headquarters and the Visitor Centre in the village of Wasagaming in the park offer much information and a knowledgeable staff. There is a variety of accomodation, good restaurants, a fine bakery and shops in the village.
We spent 3 days there, stayed at a comfortable Wasagaming motel, ate delicious breakfasts at the Bakery & enjoyed the various trails. They offer brochures with the trails described as to length and difficulty to help plan appropriately. It was a wonderful nature experience.