(Parks & Conservation Areas > Trails)
The Boom Camp Interpretive Park is made up of 12 km of multi-season trails passing through coastal headlands and wetlands. Located on the mouth of the Mississagi River, this area is culturally and naturally significant. This was once a gathering place for Indigenous communities. It also provided resources for early trapping and log booming operations. In winter, the Blind River Cross Country Ski Club grooms the trails for cross country skiing. In spring, summer and fall, the trails are perfect for hiking and biking. The trail system is made up of 3 loops, each with interpretive signage.