Batchawana Bay Provincial Park located in Ontario’s Algoma Country and is known for being connected to the Ojibwe culture and once being a Hudson’s bay company outpost in the 1900’s. Batchawana Bay Provincial Park is on the northern shores of Lake Superior along Highway 17. Batchawana Bay Provincial Park features an aquatic habitat and wonderful views of Superior. Some of the main things to do in Batchawana Provincial Park include stopping for a picnic with the scenic views, going for a short paddle, or swimming. This Provincial Park does not offer camping but has picnic shelters and picnic tables available for use year round. If you would like to paddle the breathtaking shoreline you have to bring your on canoe, kayak, or paddle board. Batchawana Bay is located right off the Trans Canada highway and is approximately 70km from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.