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Small but gorgeous location on the shoreline of Lake Superior. If you plan to go there, you make reservations through Ontario parks system. My advice is to book very early and ask for a waterfront site, and give an additional 10’ to your camper requirements,...More
Stayed at the Agawa Bay campground but will look for another campground in the area next time we visit. The views are beautiful (especially if you score a campground on the row right by the water), the sunsets are stunning, and the beach is great...More
On Friday July 13th we went to a presentation in the VC about shipwrecks on Lake Superior and it was awesome! It lasted about 45 minutes and was very informative. Grace was the lady who presented it and she was really good at her job!...More
Agawa Bay campground was just amazing!! We lucked out and had probably one of the campsites with the best views but all the campsites beside the beach would have had amazing views! It’s very well set up for all travellers whether it’s families, couples, friends...More
One of our favourite Ontario Parks - so glad we made the drive! Stayed in Agawa campground and explored the park from there. Sunsets are stunning. Great park programs. Well maintained campground. Many American license plates, more than Ontario! Ontarians need to make the drive...More
If you are planning a road trip through Northern Ontario only to get to the other side you are missing a spectacular opportunity. People say, "it's just trees..." and hurry up, complaining all the way. Trees, rock, water, sand, vistas, bays, small towns with people...More
Was driving north from Sault Ste Marie without the park map and was worried for a bit as we didn't see signs for the visitor center until driving quite a bit into the park. We spent 2 afternoons in the park, didn't spend much time...More
We stayed at the Lake Superior Provincial Park campground during our lap around Lake Superior. We absolutely loved this park - the campsites were large and we loved being next to the water, looking out over the lake. We brought kayaks and enjoyed paddling around...More
A definite highlight of our trip across Canada was our stay here at Agawa Bay. After a long days drive we arrived just in time to have a beer whilst watching the sun set over the lake; a beautiful sight that will stay with me...More
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.