Jeff’s Map Unveils Releases a Map for Temagami and a Major Update for Killarney Park

Friday, 05 September 2014

I got a pleasant surprise in the old email box the other day when I discovered that Jeff's Map has released a brand new map for Temagami region as well as a major update to his Killarney Provincial Park and surrounding area.

If you are an Ontario paddler who hasn't tapped into the amazing resources that Jeff produces and makes available absolutely free on his website you are missing out for sure. They are easily the cleanest and most comprehensive canoe/kayak route maps out there today. Also, in many cases they are more accurate than the official park maps themselves (I'm looking at you Algonquin Park Canoe Map).

The Temagami canoe map is filled with a pile of relevant information for canoeists including:

  • thousands of campsites and portages
  • hundreds of canoe routes
  • crown land
  • ice cold springs
  • historic ruins
  • fire towers
  • historic ranger cabins
  • other notes of interest

Also, the northern and western extremes of Temagami region are fully documented for the first time.

Jeff's Map of Georgian Bay

Sea Kayakers will be happy with the updates to version 2.0 of his Killarney Provincial Park Map which now includes more detailed information for the Georgian Bay area just south of the park.

As I mentioned Jeff makes all his maps available for free to anybody who wants to view or print them off yourself (ahem, the colour printer at work) but he also makes them available for a small charge if you wanted to order it on waterproof paper. One cool thing is that 5% of all sales of the new Temagami map is donated to Friends of Temagami who do a great job lobbying to protect that area.

More information: Temagami, Killarney, Algonquin Park

Map Credits: Jeff's Maps

David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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