The town (Waskesiu) is quite touristy, with an amazing quantity and range of rental accommodations. We didn't expect it to be this much of a resort town. The Park itself is sort of what you'd expect from a northern Ontario provincial park. Fairly low-lying, lots of trees like Black Spruce, beside a large lake system.
The town is somewhat dressed up for summer festivities:
We roamed a bit, and got a filet of Walleye at a nearby marina for tonight's supper. Stopped at a lovely stream:
|That's Cathie on the left
On the way back in to the campground we encountered some nice elk:
It was warm enough all afternoon to relax on our site, so in between walks around the campground roads we read our Kobos and relaxed. Very few bugs around, a nice bonus.
We'll be heading out tomorrow, expecting to be at Cathie's sister's place sometime Friday.