Lake Superior

Long Description

The Lake Superior Coast, including both easy to access and remote sections of the Lake Superior shoreline
Spectacular and diverse scenery – cliffs, beaches, river valleys, waterfalls, inland lakes, Algoma Hills, fall colours
World-class hiking and paddling along the Lake Superior shoreline
Agawa Rock Pictographs – 35 red ochre images are visible; one of the few pictograph sites in Ontario accessible by foot (only when Lake Superior is calm); open mid-May to mid-September
An exceptional Visitor Centre highlighting the park’s cultural history, natural features and recreational opportunities
Fantastic trout fishing
Diverse camping opportunities – two campgrounds with services for RVs and tents, 200 backcountry campsites

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