Woodland Caribou Provincial Park is comparable to the great Quetico. It has endless possibilities for canoeists who are looking for a place to paddle, while also experiencing the remote boreal forest region of Ontario. Woodland Caribou and Quetico are also managed in a similar fashion; portages and campsites are not marked and no roads, railways or powerlines penetrate the interior. The only difference is that Woodland Caribou has only been around a little over two decades, while Quetico has been a prime paddling park for close to 100 years.
The bonus of being a relatively new-found park is that the crowds are minimal. On average, only a thousand paddlers use the park in any given season and its common to find yourself alone out here. The park's immense size also helps to increase your level of seclusion, measuring at 450,000 hectares or 1.2 million acres. On top of all that, it's also nestled beside Manitoba's Atikaki Wilderness Park, close to the same size as Woodland Caribou, and is the headwaters for one of Canada's Heritage Rivers, the Bloodvein.
This is a park that simply can't be beat if you're looking for an accessible but remote wilderness getaway.