Lola Lake Provincial Nature Reserve

Location: Dryden, Ontario
Region: Northwestern
Character: Nature Reserve
Length/Size: 6,572 hectares

Lola Lake Provincial Nature Reserve
By Ontario Parks

Natural Features

The great Canadian prairie begins not in Manitoba but in northwestern Ontario, and sweeps westward to the foothills of the Rockies. Lola Lake Nature Reserve protects an extensive peat plain that rests upon a sedimentary sand plain. Beneath this are various forms of early Precambrian bedrock of sedimentary and igneous origin. The nature reserve also features terraces and clays from two vanished, postglacial lakes; a moraine outwash; and a variety of bogs.

Park Facilities and Activities

There are no visitor facilities.

Location: About 20 kilometres northeast of Dryden

For more information:
Lola Lake Provincial Park
P.O. Box 730
Dryden, Ontario
P8N 2Z4
(807) 223-7535