Kapuskasing is closely located to two major campsites including René Brunelle Provincial Park and Twin Lakes Camping, both situated in the neighbouring community of Moonbeam. Both campgrounds provide the ideal natural setting for adventure and tranquility in the Boreal Forest.
The park has 112 well-groomed campsites at your disposal and includes:
The Rene Brunelle Provicial Park is a very popular retreat for locals and visitors alike. The dream vacation does exist!
The park consists of two man-made lakes featuring:
Northern Ontario is well-known for its many pristine rivers and lakes. The Kapuskasing River is no different. It offers a beautiful setting to many sporting activities. The river merges with the Mattagami River, flowing north (as part of the Arctic watershed) towards James Bay and Hudson Bay.
The largest body of water around Kapuskasing is Rémi Lake, situated just east of town. Along with the Opasatika system, it is the most popular recreation area of the region, year-round.
Kapuskasing boasts a wide variety of wildlife consisting of both large and small animals.
The preferred large game include:
The favoured small game include:
Commercial fur-bearing animals are also common in the area, such as:
Several species of waterfowl live in the region of Kapuskasing, including:
Other migratory birds such as the Canada goose also make regular stops in the area.
From August to November, KapRiver Outfitters hosts and guides grouse, waterfowl, bear and moose hunters. Winter wolf hunting has made the Martins and KapRiver Outfitters famous among adventurous and rugged clientele from across the globe.
Your 4-season destination for hunting, fishing, boat rentals and cottage rentals.
Saganash Outpost Camp
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