Lake Superior Provincial Park
“The Power of the Lake” is a fitting theme for Lake Superior Provincial Park. From the rugged coast of Lake Superior, this park moves inland over mist-shrouded hills and deep canyons. The park’s breathtaking beauty turns to rich autumn colours. Experience what inspired Canada’s Group of Seven to paint here over a century ago. Explore Algoma’s landscape by hiking any of the 11 trails ranging from 1 hour to 7 days. These trails vary, ranging from scenic vistas requiring steep climbs to gentle terrains along riverbeds and lakeshores. Take the park’s most challenging and demanding trail: the Coastal Trail. This trail hugs the lake’s rugged rocky coast through the park, offering spectacular, unimpeded views of the legendary blue waters. Canoeists will be challenged by the 7 canoe routes ranging from 1 to 5 days.
During the winter, the park is gated but accessible for skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing. Snowmobiling is prohibited.
Facilities and Services:
- 2 main campgrounds: Agawa Bay Campground and Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground; backcountry campsites, some electrical campsites
- Flush toilets, laundry, showers, day use area, rentals, boat launch, park store, visitor centre, barrier-free access, French services
- Open May – September
- Hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing/kayaking, wildlife viewing, backcountry camping, winter activities, natural heritage education
- 2 Group of Seven interpretive signs
PO Box 267, Wawa, ON P0S 1K0
PH: (705) 856-2284
Learn more: www.ontarioparks.com/park/lakesuperior