Nature Trails near Kapuskasing, Ontario



Kapuskasing is the largest community located directly on Highway 11 between Thunder Bay and Temiskaming Shores. With a population of just over 8,100 residents, Kapuskasing is surrounded by many small communities, such as Opasatika, Val Rita-Harty, Moonbeam, Fauquier-Strickland and Smooth Rock Falls, and acts as the centre of services to a total population base of approximately 15,000.

Our bilingual town offers its residents a healthy lifestyle full of recreation and cultural possibilities.

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La Vigilance Trail;   1.5 km (1hour) easy Discover this park’s place in the colourful history of northern aviation and the history of Remi Lake as a base for floatplanes in the 1920s, when aviation was in its infancy. Spruce Lowland Trail: 1.6 km (1 hour) easy This...


The trail to Sturgeon Falls (also known as Spruce Falls) on the Kapuskasing River is approximately 3 km in length, one-way. The trailhead is available at the junction of Hemlock and Ash streets. Once you get to the end destination, the view of the river from the top...