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. At Agawa Bay, hike to the Agawa Rock Pictographs, one of the largest collection of pictographs in Ontario.
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
Phone: (705) 856-2284
Learn more: www.ontarioparks.com/park/lakesuperior