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December 17th, 2020

Bridgeview Lookout Tower

The Bridgeview Lookout Tower is located in Nipigon in Ontario’s Superior Country. This scenic lookout tower if found directly after the entrance into the town of Nipigon at the west end of the Nipigon River Bridge. This structure is 40 feet (12 m) tall and offers an all around view of Lake Helen, the Nipigon […]

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December 17th, 2020

Terrace Bay Lighthouse

Terrace Bay Lighthouse is located in Terrace Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. This structure is a 50 foot (15.2 m) tall replica of the lighthouse on the Slate Islands Provincial Park. Visitors are able to go inside and climb the stairs to the top where there is an observation deck equipped with a coin operated […]

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December 17th, 2020

Mount McKay

Mount McKay is located south of Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior County on Fort William First Nations Reservation. Mount McKay or Anemki-wacheu as it’s known in Ojibwa is at a momentous height of 981 feet (299 m) above Lake Superior. On the lower plateau there is an observation walkway and viewing scope offering awe inspiring […]

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December 17th, 2020

Hillcrest Park

Hillcrest Park is located in Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. This public park is situated in the north end of the city. The park is enjoyed by visitors mainly for the incredible scenic outlook offering views of the waterfront and the Sleeping Giant. The ample parking allows for enjoying the view without even leaving […]

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December 17th, 2020

Agawa Bay Scenic Lookout

Agawa Bay Scenic Lookout is located at Agawa Bay in Ontario’s Algoma Country, 52 miles (84 km) south of Wawa. This is a gravel roadside pull off above Highway 17 that offers an unobstructed view of Lake Superior and Montreal Island. This is a great place to stop and stretch your legs along the Lake […]

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December 17th, 2020

Alona Bay Scenic Lookout

Alona Bay Scenic Lookout is located near Batchawana Bay in Ontario’s Algoma Country. This wayside pull off is situated along the Trans Canada Highway right along Lake Superior. It’s a great spot to stop for a break along the Lake Superior Circle Tour to soak in the views of the lake. An interpretive panel offers […]

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December 17th, 2020

Barton Bay Wildlife Trail

Difficulty: Moderate Barton Bay Wildlife Trail is located in Greenstone’s Geraldton in Ontario’s Superior Country. This is a 2.4 mile (4 km) loop trail that takes hikers through a rehabilitated area, the Kenogamisis Golf Course’s back 9 and along the shores of Barton Bay on Kenogamisis Lake. A viewing platform on the shoreline provides an […]

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December 17th, 2020

Riverview Hiking-Viewing Platform

Difficulty: Moderate Riverview Hiking-Viewing Platform is located in Greenstone’s Longlac in Ontario’s Superior Country. This is a 1.2 mile (2 km) trail at the north east end of Riverview Campground. Elevated boardwalks allow hikers to walk through the wet forest without disturbing the unique ecosystem. Interpretive signs detail the unique plant and wildlife species along […]

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December 17th, 2020

Rainbow Falls Provincial Park, Whitesand Lake Campground

Rainbow Falls Provincial Park features two separate campgrounds conveniently located just off Highway 17 in Ontario’s Superior Country. The Whitesand Lake Campground is located 7 miles (11km) west of Schreiber. Three short hiking trails offer wide vistas of the park and surrounding area. Be sure to take the Rainbow Falls Trail, which leads to the […]

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December 17th, 2020

Neys Provincial Park

Neys Provincial Park located near Marathon in Ontario’s Superior Country Region was originally established as of 1965 and is known for originally being a prisoner of war camp which you can still see some of the remains today. Neys provincial Park is on the northern shores of Lake Superior along highway 17. Neys Provincial Park […]

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December 17th, 2020

Lake Superior Provincial Park

Lake Superior Provincial Park located near Wawa in Ontario’s Algoma District was originally established as of 1944. The park is set in 994 square miles (1,600 sq km) of northern Ontario wilderness on the edge of Lake Superior. The park is extremely rugged – a vast wilderness on the edge of forested hills, crystal clear […]

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December 17th, 2020

Pancake Bay Provincial Park

Pancake Bay Provincial Park located in Ontario’s Algoma Country Region was originally established in 1968 and is known for its history with the fur trade and pristine sandy beaches. Pancake Bay Provincial Park is on the northern shores of Lake Superior along Highway 17. Pancake Bay Provincial Park features a lot of interesting history especially […]

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