Marten River Provincial Park is a replica 19th-century logging camp, which seems to brings a past era to life. Although you won’t hear loggers shouting “timber” you will see remnant stands of the massive pines they felled and a 300-year-old white pine they spared as you walk the trails. Located at the southern gateway to the Temagami lakes, this park is ideal for canoeing, boating and fishing. For more information please visit the Ontario Parks website.
All trailhead coordinates are listed metrically, and projected as UTM NAD’83 Zone 17.
Detailed trail information is available in the Trail Guide to Healthy Living. To purchase a copy, visit our office or click here.
Old Growth White Pine Trail
(Marten River Provincial Park)
Length: 4.8 km / 3 mi Activities: hike