Noganosh Lake Provincial Park

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Noganosh Lake Provincial Park is a waterway provincial park with approximately 30.4 square kilometers. It is located near Highway 522 about 3.5h north of Toronto. It consists of multiple lakes such as Noganosh Lake, Smoky Lake, Mud Lake and stretches as far as John Lake. The park is non operative so there is no registration required. There are several camp sites all over the park that are not maintained. Fishing in the park is for small- and largemouth bass as well as Northern Pike. There are motel rooms available just a few kilometers up Pickerel River at Tornado’s Resorts. This is the perfect place to start or finish your Noganosh adventure. There are also some supplies and canoe rentals available there. The campsites at the start of lake Noganosh fill up fast on the weekends. There are more sites if you paddle onto the most south end of the park but these sites are not easily noticeable from the canoe.


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