What You’ll Like :
Twenty-two deep, spring-fed kettle lakes formed by glaciers
Primarily Jack Pine Boreal Forest, with great blueberry picking in August.
Many lakes are stocked with Rainbow and Brook Trout for excellent fishing.
Fourteen kilometers of biking trails.
Interpretive programs for the whole family.

Kettle Trail: 2km. An interpretive trail on a rolling terrain leading you on an Esker and by Kettle bogs. Learn about unique vegetation in the park at interpretive stops along the way.

Wintergreen Trail: 1.5 km. A trail offering beautiful views of Island Lake.

Tamarack Trail: 2 km. A picturesque trail that loops around the perimeter of Tamarack lake.

Oh-Say-Yak-Wah-Kah Trail: 2 km. Explore the geologic history of Kettle Lakes Provincial Park at interpretive stops along the trail.

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Length: 4 trails of 2,1.5,2, and 2 km.
Difficulty: Moderate (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Not accessible
Fees: Park entrance fees

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Washrooms

Attractions: Interpretive Signage

705-363-3511 (summer) 705-272-7107 (winter)

Find it: Municipal Rd, north of Highway 101 and east of Timmins.

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 48.5723620
Longitude: -80.8914500