The map below shows the location of the canoe routes in Lake Superior Park.  Click on the Route or Icon for more information.  On the left-hand side menu click on a route name to see a more detailed map of that particular route or click on the print version to have a PDF document open in a new window.  (You will need Adobe Acrobat to download)

Lake Superior Provincial Park – 2016 Canoe Rentals:

Hourly     $10
Daily       $30 (based on 24 hour period)
Weekly   $160

Rental Canoes are available at several locations in the park; rental arrangement varies for each location, depending on the time of year.

Lake Superior Provincial Park boasts one of the finest Brook Trout fisheries in North America. By knowing the local species and their habitat, you too can have fishing success. Trout are fussy fish; they like their water clean, well oxygenated and cold. Four kinds of trout are found in the park: Brook, Lake, Rainbow Trout and Splake.

The rivers flowing into eastern Lake Superior have small watersheds and, therefore, are best paddled in the spring/early summer when flows are highest. Eastern Lake Superior can also have a “wet” fall season allowing paddlers another time to descend the rivers.

Coastal Kayak/Canoe Route: 105 km (65 mi) linear        5 to 7 days
Michipicoten River to Agawa Bay

Only experienced paddlers should attempt paddling on Lake Superior. Caution is advised; the lake is extremely cold and the weather unpredictable. Fog may persist for several days. Winds change and waves can develop quickly. Sheltered coves and beaches for landing are limited, especially north of Chalfant Cove. Stay close to shore and be aware of changing conditions. Be prepared to be wind-bound 1 out of 4 or 5 days.