Nagagamisis Provincial Park lies 64 km (40 mi.) w. via Hwy. 11, then 42 km (26 mi.) s. on Hwy. 631. The 40,683-hectare (100,530-acre) park, on a historic fur trade route, is noted for its moraines, eskers, lake basins and rivers created by glaciers almost 10,000 years ago. Canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking and swimming are a few of the recreational opportunities available in this scenic, secluded park.