Nagagamisis Provincial Park

Location: Hearst, Ontario
Region: Northeastern
Character: Natural Environment
Length/Size: 20,092.1 acres

Nagagamisis Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Anglers return year after year to this secluded lake north of Hornepayne, which leads to challenging canoe routes on the Nagagami and Shekak rivers. Cree for "lake with fine, sandy shores," Nagagamisis offers a true northern experience with good fishing and swimming, majestic sunsets, and beautiful campsites nestled in a mature forest.

Nagagamisis has 107 non-electrical, roomy, flat and private campsites in two campgrounds. Campsites are close to vault toilets and drinking water taps. Bedwash Campground has a comfort station with showers, electricity and flush toilets.

Seasonal camping is offered at a number of sites.
Picnics and Day Use - Yes
Barrier Free Access - Campsite #14, Showers, laundromat, flush toilets
Showers - Yes, in Bedwash Campground comfort station
Flush Toilets - Yes, in both Shaganash and Bedwash Campground comfort stations
Laundromat - Yes
Boat Launch - Yes, in the day-use area
French Language Services - Yes
Rentals - paddle boats, motorboats, bike, row boat, kayaks, trailer storage
Off Season - Gated

Shaganash Trail 4 km (2 hours) moderate
This trail follows the shoreline of Park Lake. Interpretive stops explain how native people used plants and animals to survive in this environment.

Time Trail 1.5 km loop (1.5 hours) moderate
Along this trail are signs of the different stages of this land's development.

Wildlife Viewing
Moose and small mammals such as fox and beaver live here. The park is close to two migratory flyways and is home to loon, flicker, eagles, gray jay, merganser and pileated woodpecker.

Nagagamisis Lake is ideal for all types of watercraft. A dock, boat launch and trailer parking are available in the day-use area. Motorboats are not allowed on Park Lake.

Nagagamisis Lake has clean, clear water and a sandy bottom. You can swim along most of the shore and from beaches behind some of the campsites.

Hunting in this park is subject to the Ontario Hunting Regulations. Certain restrictions apply. For more information, contact the park or your local area or district office of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

For more information:
Nagagamisis Provincial Park
Box 670
Hearst, Ontario
P0L 1N0
Oct-April (705) 372-2209