On behalf of Niijkiwenhwag - Friends of Lake Superior Park, welcome to our website for Lake Superior Provincial Park.
Lake Superior Provincial Park is 1600 sq. km. (618 sq. mi.) of northern Ontario wilderness along the shore of Lake Superior - the largest lake in the world. The park is a diverse landscape of forested hills, clear lakes, streams and rivers, and a Lake Superior shoreline with features ranging from the 200m (650 ft) cliffs of Old Woman Bay to the 3 km (2 mile) long beach at Agawa Bay.
The Trans Canada Highway passes through the park for 83 km (52 mi) giving access to picnic areas, hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes, rivers and beaches. You can also leave the highway behind and explore the interior of the park or the remote sections of the Lake Superior shoreline.
If you can only spend a few hours or plan on staying many days in the park, take the time to experience “The Power of Lake Superior”.
- 3 campgrounds
- 3 picnic areas
- 11 hiking trails
- 8 canoe routes
- 200 backcountry campsites
- Visitor Centre
- Agawa Rock Pictographs
- Natural Heritage Education program schedule - go to our Facebook page, "What's Happening", or "Latest News".
Agawa Bay campground under a Boil Water Advisory (boil the water for at least 1 minute before drinking or cooking)
- For more information on Ontario Parks; reserving campsites; etc., go to http://www.ontarioparks.com