Nature Trails near Longlac, Ontario


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Longlac is a Town in the community GREENSTONE – NATURE’S HOME TOWN

Located along the TransCanada Highway 11 in the heart of Northern Ontario, Greenstone is an amalgamated municipality made up of the former municipalities of the Township of Beardmore, the Town of Geraldton, the Township of Nakina and the Town of Longlac, and the communities of Orient Bay, MacDiarmid, Jellicoe and Caramat. Each is unique and has a story to tell but the one common denominator is Fishing and Hunting.

Greenstone is a region surrounded by pristine lakes, rushing rivers and the beautiful boreal forest. Greenstone offers some of the best fishing and hunting the Northwest has to offer. Walleye, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Brook Trout, Rainbow, Sturgeon, White Fish, Bass and Perch frequent the numerous lakes and rivers. Lake Nipigon alone has 46 different species not to mention monster Lake Trout! With over 40 outfitters and resort operators in Greenstone, we will surely meet your wants and needs when it comes to the ultimate fishing or hunting vacation.

Being outdoors is who we are, it’s in our nature. Greenstone has several campgrounds, hiking trails, canoe and kayak routes, snowmobile trails and 2 cross country ski clubs making it an outdoor playground with endless activities of things to do. For a complete list of things to do visit

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In the community of Longlac, turn north onto Forestry Road. Make a left turn onto Riverview Street and proceed to the end of the street. Make your way to the north east end of Riverview Campground where the trail entrance is located. Directions:  The start of the...