Atikaki Provincial Wilderness Park is known for the Bloodvein River, a Canadian Heritage River, but with 1 million acres (400,000 ha) contiguous to Woodland Caribou Park in Ontario, there are many other lakes and rivers on their way to Lake Winnipeg to explore. Traveling the ancient waterways you may see pictographs and the caribou that brought their makers into Atikaki, Ojibwe for "the country of the caribou." Today there are still no roads into Atikaki, but you can paddle in or fly in from Bissett, Riverton, or Lac du Bonnet. Atikaki has no designated campsites, but does have several backcountry lodges that were established before the land was designated a provincial park. No matter how you get there, Atikaki offers adventure and challenge for paddlers ready for a remote wilderness.