TRAIL TRAVEL on the MAUKINAK TRAIL
Dryden to White Otter Provincial Park
Paddle Mid May-Mid Oct
Route can be paddled in either direction with varied conditions and difficulty
route is considered “backcountry” or semi-wilderness in stature.
Turtle River-White Otter Lake Provincial Park Trail
linear water trail.
difficulty is average or moderate with the land (portage) to water ratio set at 4.8 percent. There is some river travel with fluctuating water levels and white-water rapids but these conditions should not hamper water trail experiences through the normal season. Many of the portage trails are kept open by users and campsites are already established.
White Otter PP- Atikokan River to White Otter PP
difficulty is average to difficult, depending on direction of travel, with the land (portage) to water ratio set at 5.8%. There is some river travel with fluctuating water levels and whitewater rapids
GREEN ZONES: Non-Residents of Canada are restricted from camping on Crown land in these areas. For further information on non-resident camping and Green Zones, please visit WWW.Ontario.ca or contact the nearest Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry office.