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Walk in the Park: White Waterfront Conservation Area (9 photos)

There's a splash pad, playground and access to hiking trails

There's a picteresque spot for a picnic or playtime along the shores of Porcupine Lake.

White Waterfront Conservation Area in South Porcupine boasts a playground, splash pad, pavilion and access to a 10-kilometre trail that goes around Porcupine Lake.

There's also a pavilion and historical plaque for the Porcupine Fire of 1911. 

Nearby, there is a short boardwalk in front of the historic Airport Hotel.

The conservation area is named after Ernie White, who was a municipal councillor and chaired the Mattagami Region Conservation Area. There is a plaque honouring him in the park.

The parking area for the park is accessed via Bloor Street or Bruce Avenue.

Maija Hoggett

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Maija Hoggett is an experienced journalist who covers Timmins and area
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