The Goguka Creek area was first considered as an Ecological Reserve back in 1993 in order to protect the rare pitcher plants located in this area. As industry had an interest in the area, this parcel of land ended up being designated as a Protected Area in 2001.
Goguka Creek is located in the Boreal White and Black Spruce Biogeoclimatic Zone. The general landscape of the area is a flat plain of Muskeg which includes a floating bog. Rare plants such as pitcher Plant (Sarracenia purpurea) named after the plants unusual leaf shape and its capacity to hold water and the wild calla lily (Calla palustris) are found within this rare habitat.
Black bear, moose and snowshoe hare are the most common fauna found in the Goguka Creek area.