SUP Boards Lake Superior Provincial Park Ontario
SUP Boards Lake Superior Provincial Park Ontario

The power of the lake is a fitting idea for Lake Superior Provincial Park.

From the rugged coast of lake superior, this park moves inland over deep canyons and mist-shrouded hills.

The park’s amazing beauty turns to big autumn colors.

Experience what shocked Canada Group of 7 to paint here over a century ago.

Algoma landscape

Explore the Algoma landscape by hiking any of the eleven trails ranging from one hour to seven days.

These trails change, ranging from scenic vistas needing steep climbs to gentle terrains along lakeshores and riverbeds.

Take the park’s most challenging and demanding trails.

This trail hugs the lake rugged rocky coast via the park, providing, amazing unimpeded views of the legendary blue waters.

Canoeists will be challenged by the seven canoe routes ranging from one to five days.

Agawa Bay

At Agawa Bay, hike to the Agawa Rock Pictographs, one of the biggest collection of pictographs in Ontario.

Canoeists will be challenged by the seven canoe routes ranging from one to five days.

At Agawa Bay, hike to the Agawa Rock pictographs, one of the biggest collection of pictographs in Ontario.

During the winter, the park is gated but accessible for SUP boards, skiing, and ice fishing.

Families and services:

  • Two key campgrounds: Agawa Bay Campground and Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground: backcountry campsites and some electrical campsites.
  • Landry, flush toilets, day-use area, showers, rentals, park store, boat launch, visitor center, French services, barrier-free access

The diversity of habitats in the park offers bird watching chances.

The transition between the Great Lake St. Lawrence and the boreal forest support a combination of southern and northern species.

More than 250 bird species have been identified within the park, 120-130 of which rest here.

Fall and spring are the best times to watch for migrating species, mainly near to Lake Superior.