Park Hunting Regulations
Hunting is permitted in part of Lake Superior Provincial Park for moose, grouse, and varying hare only.
Open Seasons - 2009
Area Open to Hunting
For the 2009 season hunting is permitted only in that part of Lake Superior Provincial Park lying east of Highway 17 and north of the south boundaries of Brimacombe and Broome Townships (click here for a map). Hunting is not permitted in the rest of the park.
Roads and use of Vehicles
In addition to Highway 17, there are six roads in the park open to public vehicles. These are the Mijinemungshing, Gargantua, Sinclair Cove and Frater Roads and part of Gamitagama and Sand River Roads. Only the Mijinemungshing Road and part of the Gamitagama Road provide access to the hunting area. The use of vehicles (including bicycles) on other roads, including old logging roads is prohibited. It is illegal to operate unlicensed trail bikes and all-terrain vehicles on any park road and no vehicles may be operated off the road anywhere in the park.
For Further information
This summary is neither a legal document nor a complete collection of the current hunting and park regulations. Specific details of the regulations may be obtained from the Park Office (705-856-2284) or from the Ministry of Natural Resources District Offices in Wawa (Hwy 101 West; 705-856-2396) and Sault Ste. Marie (64 Church Street; 705-949-1231) or by referring to the Hunting Regulations Summary.