Mississagi Provincial Park has superb hiking and paddling area just north of Elliot Lake, Ontario, includes not only Mississagi P.P., but also the Rawhide Lake Conservation Area, and portions of Matinenda and Blind River P.P.s. That whole area is available for paddling and hiking opportunities with over 50 kilometres of rugged hiking trails with really top-notch lookouts (see the map cover), and over 150 kilometres of excellent wilderness paddling routes.
This waterproof, 1:50,000 scale, completely original (like all the others) topographic map has unprecedented detail, and includes all hiking trails, portages, access points and backcountry campsites, plus many other features.
The map measures 21×24″, has a contour interval of 15 metres, and includes text and photos about natural and human history, trail and canoe route descriptions, safety tips, contact info, great colour photographs – in short just about everything you’d want to help you plan and enjoy your trip.
Below is a simple map showing the area our Adventure Map® guide covers. Don’t confuse this area with the similarly named Mississagi River & Aubrey Falls map guide. If you go to that page there is an overview map that shows where Mississagi P.P. & Area relates to other Adventure Maps® guides in the area.
For an idea of the kinds of features you can see on our maps and some sample close-up sections go to our Features/Samples page.