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Temagami Wilderness

#2,646 of 3,991 things to do in Ontario Features Animals
| Temagami, Ontario, Canada
+1 866-458-9974
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Temagami 3 Day Canoe Trip 35km

Started off parking at the Sportmens Lodge(very friendly and helpful advice ) on Kukagima Lake and... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2012
Bill C
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King City, Canada
Houseboating is another beautiful way to explore Temagami

The Temagami lake system seems to stretch forever and there's plenty of room to feel like the only... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2004
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This provincial forest reserve features more than four and one half million acres of lakes, unspoiled rivers and more than 2,000 miles of portage trails.
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4 Sep 2012
“Temagami 3 Day Canoe Trip 35km”
29 Aug 2004
“Houseboating is another beautiful way to explore Temagami”
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Reviewed 4 September 2012

Started off parking at the Sportmens Lodge(very friendly and helpful advice ) on Kukagima Lake and canoed12 km to Donald Lake to a beautiful camp site about 1/2 way up on the east side on a point with views up/down the lake. Next day we...More

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Reviewed 30 August 2004

The Temagami lake system seems to stretch forever and there's plenty of room to feel like the only person on the planet once you get out of the busier northeast arm. When I was in university, I got together with five other friends and we...More

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