Tidewater Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Tidewater Provincial Park
LocationNortheastern Ontario
Nearest cityMoosonee, Ontario
Coordinates51°15′45″N 80°37′30″W / 51.26250°N 80.62500°W / 51.26250; -80.62500Coordinates: 51°15′45″N 80°37′30″W / 51.26250°N 80.62500°W / 51.26250; -80.62500
Area980 ha (2,400 acres)[1]
Established1964
Governing bodyOntario Parks (operated by the Town of Moosonee)

Tidewater Provincial Park is a provincial park located on five islands[2] in the Moose River estuary between Moosonee and Moose Factory, Ontario, Canada:

The park was created in 1964 and is operated by the Town of Moosonee rather than the Ministry of Natural Resources.[3]

Access to the park is by boat only, including water taxis from Moosonee, Ontario.[4]

Camping

Overnight camping was eliminated due to cuts in 2012 and park is no longer listed on the Ontario Parks website.[5]

As of 2015 Tidewater is again listed on the Ontario Parks website and pamphlets are displayed at Provincial Parks promoting Tidewater as a destination. Though the park is operational, it only consists of 20 tent sites that are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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