Potholes Provincial Park

Location: Chapleau, Ontario
Region: Northeastern
Character: Nature Reserve
Length/Size: 857.5 acres

Potholes Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

This nature reserve east of Wawa gets its name from glacial potholes and troughs scooped out of bedrock forming the riverbed of the Kiniwabi River. Stop for a picnic, soak up the scenery or follow a short interpretive trail for a close look at the potholes, and sedges and forbs (flowering plants) growing along the riverbank.

Education - An interpretive trail leads to a site of geological interest.

Hiking - Potholes Trail 0.35 km (15 minutes) easy

Off Season - Accessible

For more information:
Potholes Provincial Park
190 Cherry Street
Chapleau, Ontario
P0M 1K0
705-864-1710 ext.214 Day use only