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Rushing River

Rushing River

If you have never been to Rushing River Provincial Park, I cannot recommend it enough. Seeing the power of water and the change between calm, quiet lake and torrential rapid is a spectacle to behold. Being from Winnipeg, even the drive to Rushing River was unbelievable. Sheer rock faces exposing the history of the Canadian Shield, boreal forests layered with White Spruce and Dahurain Lurch with occasional breaks that reveals the grand lakes that provide the area with it’s name; Lake of the Woods.

We visited when the trails were closed, so we couldn’t explore, but at least the rapids stayed open. Rushing River Provincial Park is on the edge of a larger more expansive beauty called Eagle Dogtooth Provincial Park. I look forward to exploring this park in the future, researching and learning more about the species that reside within, as well as investigating the history of Eagle Dogtooth Provincial Park.