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Wabakimi Provincial Park is above all else remote. With only about 700 backcountry visitors a year to its 2.3 million acres (892,000 ha)—as much territory as the Quetico and Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness combined—there is less than 1/30th of the crowd. Big lakes abound, but Wabakimi is known for its many rivers.  Within the park are the Allanwater and the Ogoki, and along the boundaries are the Albany, Brightsand, and Kopka rivers.  There are several lodges and outpost camps, but no roads, so you can paddle in, fly in, or even ride in on the Canadian National Railway that runs between Savant Lake and Armstrong.  The other nearest towns with good services are Sioux Lookout, Ignace, and Thunder Bay.  No matter how you get there, Wabakimi is an incredible place to take extensive trips, immersing yourself in the isolation and splendor of the Canadian backcountry.

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