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 features an educational visitor center that you can visit and learn more about the parks history. Some of the main things to do in Neys Provincial Park include paddle, hike, swim and camp. The park is open from May to September where you can also camp in their campground. The campground has 150 campsites and almost all of them are electrical. They can fit tents, trailers, and RV’s and some sites have wonderful waterfront views. There are options for campsites with a lake view or in more wooded areas and you can also rent a cabin if you’d prefer. There is onsite parking available and pets are not permitted in this campground.