The main part of the park is the Ovayok mountain. It is 200 meters high and was formally called Mount Pelly. For the Inuit People and those before them, this mountain has been an important landmark helping guide them inland for the summer and to the ice for fishing during the winter. On their way inland for the summer, they left their winter gear by the mountain and would pick it up on the return to the ice. Now there are 5 different hiking trails starting there to explore the area.