This map has been updated to version 0.9 as of June 2013. There are maps for just about every Provincial Park in Ontario: Algonquin, Killarney, Temagami, Quetico etc… but when it comes to the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial park, because of it’s non-operating status, maps can be hard to come by. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF) shall not be liable in any way for the use of, or reliance upon, this map or any information on this map. Free DL for Computer JPEG Format.
There were a couple cars in there as well as 4x4s) and did the Montgomery Creek side trail loop. The map covers the entire park and shows campsites, portages, canoe routes, the Ganaraska trail, snowmobile trails, access points and much more!
04/26/2018 Update A New Map Is Coming Soon! Park features on this map are representative only and may not accurately depict regulated park boundaries. more, Top Selling Tours & Activities in and around Kawartha Lakes, Things to do near Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park. All Rights Reserved. Click for Full Screen. of up and downs, over rocks, crossing creeks. Jeff's Map - accurate, beautiful, and free downloads. Another reviewer suggested Algonquin as a much better option. This place is beautiful if you're willing to prep properly and want to. This map has been updated to version 0.9 as of June 2013. Perfect for canoeists, kayakers and backpackers alike. Lots of variety underfoot, and a very scenic walk with an ever changing landscape and some really nice look out points along the trail.
Algonquin is great, but very well worn trails and can be very busy on trails and even in parking lots. Come prepared and you will enjoy yourself! enjoy some untouched nature. A great winter camping adventure as we made our way back into the park for an overnight in a hot tent. Maps purchased here can only be viewed in Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, Kawartha Lakes: See 18 reviews, articles, and 22 photos of Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, ranked No.17 on Tripadvisor among 47 attractions in … Avenza Maps™ is a trademark of Avenza Systems Inc. Expert Review: Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Park Map. it's nothing majestic, literally a wild land with nothing, swamps with mosquito, black flies etc. Personally I love this park and anyone looking for a real wilderness experience will too. I first "found" this place when looking for new places to canoe, likely about 15 or 16 years ago. (You can pay the motel along Monck rd for parking and across the street launch your canoe or there's free parking and a little launch alone suter dr) On the eastern side of the park you can enter through the Devil's lake access which has a nice size parking lot with no fees. Pick up after yourselves! Please choose a different date. Like our Facebook for QEIIW map updates and news!! Approx. If you hike in the trail is well marked, be prepared to cross beaver dams and potentially get wet. This is the unofficial map for the vast backcountry of the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park from Explorethebackcountry.com. A very good hike, with the option for much longer hikes there as well. Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands µ This map should not be relied on as a precise indicator of routes or locations, nor as a guide to navigation. That day, I traversed maybe 6 or 7 rapids, and spent almost a whole day on the Black river without seeing.
There's a couple different ways to get in but for the moment this park is unmanaged which means there are some designated camp sites but no officials who regularly manage it and free of cost because of that. Birds, fish, even a bear from a distance, but nary a person. Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands General location of the park Latitude: 44.82860427 Longitude:-78.9175415 ; Park Maps (pdf) Backcountry Campsites. Brad Jennings of Explore the Backcountry and Jeff McMurtry of Jeff’s Maps have have you covered however, and The Canadian Outdoor Equipment Co has plenty of QEII maps … Wow. Use this map to plan your next backcountry adventure! What a beautiful place!
Many people go hunting in the Northern end of the park so be cautious if you decide to hike along the Victoria Falls section. if you want just dark sky there are better places with less bugs, if you want. Yes there will be bugs, swamps, potential for bear encounters and many other things that you should be prepared for when going out for a wilderness experience. This is the unofficial map for the vast backcountry of the Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park from Explorethebackcountry.com. This route will bring you to Fishog lake and from there you can portage in a couple different directions or just camp on the few spots along the shore but be aware long weekends this lake gets busy and these spots can fill up quick it's first come first server since there's no fees. In the southern end of the park you can enter by portage through Head lake which will lead into the Head river, this will require a canoe and some portaging over land so be prepared.
This is a beautiful treasure.
if you want seclusion you can have south of it in the middle of nowhere. a 10k loop and I didn't see a soul. We all have a responsibility to keep it as preteen as we are able. This is a beautiful place. This map has been updated to version 0.9 as of June 2013.
This route is mainly for Hiking in unless you decide to paddle across Devil's lake. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in Canada.
I believe this might change in the near future and the ministry will turn it into a managed park which means more visitors and entrance fees. Be safe if you canoe Head lake it gets really rough when the wind picks up and people have had their canoe flip on this lake. A few reckless, feckless, irresponsible boobs leave beer bottles, garbage, tissues, papers....c'mon you thoughtless idiots! Currently not Available. better view points go up north for half an hour and head to algonquin. Map Navigation. Free DL for Tablet or Smartphone Search "Queen Elizabeth Wildlands" Buy a Waterproof Map.
Avenza Systems Inc. © 2020. another person or boat. In the winter or the summer this place is beautiful. This place is much more 'back woods' if you're looking for a more authentic, adventurous walk in the woods. Wild, Raw, Unsupervised, BackWoods...and Gorgeous, Are we lucky, or what? To have this wildlands reserve is a wonderful thing. While still a non-operatonal park in the planning stages, Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park offers numerous options for canoeing and hiking, and Brad Jennings has set about to detail these in the first ever comprehensive QE2 recreational use map. Are the prices for this place or activity, Is this a place or activity you would suggest for, Is this a must-do if you are travelling with a, Is this a romantic place or activity that you would suggest for, Is this a place or activity you would go to on a, Would you recommend this place or activity to a friend looking for an, Monck Road, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario K0M 2L0 Canada, We went in via Black River Road access point (the single lane road was fine with a few, rough spots to creep through. the Avenza Maps app on iOS and Android.
My only single beef?? A very good hike...not a smooth and flat by any means, but lots.
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Although extensive, this habitat is fragile please follow the principles of leave no trace.