Nipigon River Recreation Trail is located between Nipigon and Red Rock in Ontario’s Superior Country. This is a (10.1 km) point to point trail that connects the townships of Red Rock and Nipigon. Experience the shoreline of the Nipigon River and along Nipigon Bay on Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. Suitable for ages 8 and up (depending on abilities) this is a well maintained, rugged, wilderness recreation trail. If you don’t have much time, consider taking a shorter (1.6 mile/2.6 km return) hike starting at the Red Rock trailhead to the viewing platform at Lloyd’s Lookout, then hike a few minutes further to relax in the Parks Canada red chairs, Or, start at the Nipigon Marina trailhead and 1-2 miles of flat terrain along the edge of the Nipigon River.
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