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Lake Superior Provincial Park

Route 17, Ontario P0S 1K0, Canada
705-856-2284
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Amazing visit. Great hikes. So scenic.

We camped at agawa bay. We had a premium site right on the lake and it was amazing. What a view... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Moonshell
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Toronto
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Beautiful Rock Faces

I was just driving through the park on my way to Wawa. I saw some beautiful rock faces on the water... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Jay_and_Rita
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Ottawa, Canada
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Route 17, Ontario P0S 1K0, Canada
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We camped at agawa bay. We had a premium site right on the lake and it was amazing. What a view. And the kids could play on the beach while we worked/relaxed at the campsite. I read other reviews that complained about hwy noise and...More

Thank Moonshell
Reviewed 4 days ago

I was just driving through the park on my way to Wawa. I saw some beautiful rock faces on the water as I was driving and made a mental note to come back later to explore. I have written a separate review of the Agawa...More

Thank Jay_and_Rita
Reviewed 1 week ago

This park is similar to Algonquin in that it is very large and the highway travels through it, providing access to the various campgrounds and hiking trails within it. As the name suggests, the main focus of this park is the largest Great Lake, Superior....More

Thank Kinneylynn
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My partner and I are travelling across Canada along with our pooch. We pulled off the Trans Canada to explore Sand River Falls and were blown away by the beauty and variety that characterized the rocky terrain, and the elaborate waterfall that connected Sand River...More

Thank RoadsideYoga
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great hike, the scenery was fantastic. The hike itself was very tough, mostly dancing on rocks, with a few steep climbs. Rained one day making things very treacherous. Seemed to be plenty of interior camp sites, some of the site getting taken early from people...More

Thank jefferysemple
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped here on a cross country road trip and were very impressed with the displays, interpretive history and gift shop. Staff are very friendly and knowledgeable and we received all the information we needed. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and all...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Please note this is a warning for anyone thinking of hiking the Coastal Trail: To all of you thinking that you can hike this is one shot ( thru hiking ) it is nearly impossible. We are both experienced hikers. This makes Killarney's La Cloche...More

Thank Mischa S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Loved the pictographs (drive from Agawa camprground) and the beachside sites. Unfortunately, we only booked the day before and could hear much highway noise since the beach side sites with waves that block the sounds of the big rigs were all booked up and the...More

Thank Laurie H
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Paradise on Lake Superior. The sunsets here are among the best on earth. The drinking water is delicious. Insider tips: -Be sure to avoid the sites near the highway. You can both see and hear the vehicles, including many transports, from your site. We had...More

2  Thank Jeremy C
Reviewed 4 June 2017

We stopped at this park to see the petrographs. Unfortunately the park visitor centre (and campgrounds) were still closed in the middle of May (weren't scheduled to open for another few days). However, we were able to find and see the petrographs, with some help...More

Thank YVRcockroach
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Tony G
23 June 2017|
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Response from Kefka1911 | Reviewed this property |
there are MANY bears in that area. I would rather be safe than sorry... watching a bear wreck your bike and saddle bags would definitely suck. also LOTS OF moose, which are far more of a hazard for bikes.
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