The rugged landscape of Turtle River Provincial Park features some of the oldest rocks on earth. A large moraine and many Indigenous pictographs are also found within the park. Along with White Otter Castle, Waterfalls, and Other features.

Turtle River Provincial Park

Difficulty ☆☆☆☆☆ 3/5 Very easy park to Paddle and Navigate. Distance: Distance can vary depending on wind and what route you take to navigate big lakes. Or what Access you start at.Length: 3-12 DaysDepending if you want to just vist the castle, or paddle the whole park. Features: White Otter Castle, Beautiful Clear lakes.  The Route: White Otter Castle Clearwater Lake - Camp Bay - Hawkness Lake - Whiteotter Lake all Via Ann Bay Road  Day 1:   We drove 5.2km up Ann Bay Road. Passing the Bridge and parking above the Hill to the Right.  Do not park before the hill blocking the gate. This is one of many access points you can take. The Portage trail and access is before the bridge on the left. It may help to unload your gear before you park your vehicle. We got in around 10am it was stormy and wet. By the time we…

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White Otter Castle

Difficulty ☆☆☆☆☆ 2/5 Very Easy Route To Navigate, bigger lakes can add some difficulty if its windy.Distance: 90kmDistance can vary depending on wind and what route you take to navigate big lakes. Or what Access you start at.Length: 4 Days Athough it can be done in 2 days or 3 for an eager paddler. You wont get to enjoy your self.Features:  The Very large and beautiful Log Cabin they call White Otter Castle. As well As Clear beautiful water and beaches.  The Route: White Otter Castle Clearwater Lake - Camp Bay - Hawkness Lake - Whiteotter Lake all Via Ann Bay Road  Day 1:   We drove 5.2km up Ann Bay Road. Passing the Bridge and parking above the Hill to the Right.  Do not park before the hill blocking the gate. This is one of many access points you can take. The Portage trail and access is before…

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