Old Woman Bay
Agawa Bay (Visitor Centre)
2016 Summary of Hunting Regulations for Lake Superior Provincial Park
PLEASE NOTE: Lake Superior Provincial Park is not open to hunting until October 11th, 2016.
Hunting is permitted in part of Lake Superior Provincial Park for moose, grouse and varying hare only. This is a summary of where hunting is permitted in the park and when the hunting seasons are open. In addition, the park's regulations for camping and the use of boats and vehicles are summarized.
Eleven hiking trails explore the diverse landscapes and environments of Lake Superior Provincial Park – rocky shores, beaches, lakes and rivers, waterfalls, lush forests, wetlands and rolling hills. Trails vary in length and difficulty and are designed for novice and experienced hikers. There are kilometer signs every 2 km along Highway 17; the approximate location is given for each trail; Crescent Lake Campground is at km 1113.8, Agawa Bay Campground (and Visitor Centre) is at km 1105.5 and Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground is at km 1049.6.