Lake Superior Provincial Park – Canoe & Kayak

A rough Lake Superior Provincial Park shoreline – Giorgio Galeotti, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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Phone: Park Office (year-round) (705) 856-2284, Agawa Bay Campground and Visitor Centre (May to mid-October) (705) 882-2026
Address: PO Box 267
P0S 1K0
Opening and Closing: May 6, 2022 to October 23, 2022
Lake Superior Park Office: Latitude: 47.722989, Longitude: -84.811803

If you’re looking for information about camping or hiking at this park, we have more information on our partner website – Lake Superior

Canoe & Kayak Routes

Belanger Lake
Route: Belanger and return: 13 km (8 mi); day trip or relaxing overnight trip; 4 portages (300 to 500 m)
Access: Gargantua Road (Hwy. km 1070.3); 2.3 km (1.4 mi) from Hwy. 17
Highlights: This is a family-friendly route for those who want to enjoy the outdoors and fishing. It’s not as challenging or demanding, but it still has some scenic views that will make you feel like your trip was worth every second of effort!

Crescent Lake
Route: 3 km (1.9 mi) loop; 4 hours; 4 portages (60 to 350 m)
Access: Kenny Lake at Hwy.17 (Hwy km 1113.8)
Highlights: The family-friendly trip is an easy way to introduce newcomers to the sport of Canoeing and Portaging! With great fishing opportunities on this route, there’s no excuse not to be hooked up with some fresh-caught Brook or Lake Trouts.

Shuttle Service

If you require shuttle service, there are a couple of local businesses which provide shuttles for hikers and paddlers:

Naturally Superior Adventures (near Wawa, north of the park): 1-800-203-9092

Twilight Resort (Montreal River Harbour, south of the park): 705-882-2183

Canoe & Kayak Rental

Naturally Superior Adventures & Rock Island Lodge

Address: 10 Government Dock Rd, Wawa, ON P0S 1K0
Phone: (705) 856-2939
Province: Ontario

Canoes are available for rent at Agawa Bay and Rabbit Blanket Lake gatehouses, and at the Park Office for Mijinemungshing Lake.

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