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 surrounding the Edmund Fitzgerald the sunken ship.
Some of the main things to do in Pancake Bay Provincial Park include camping, hiking, boating, fishing, and swimming, biking, wildlife viewing and natural heritage education. Pancake bay has so much to offer and why not get the full experience and make sure to camp right in the park. The campground is open from May to October with over 300 campsites and 70 of those having electrical hook-ups. The campground also includes a playground, park store, group camping, day-use rentals, and public showers/restrooms. There are also resources nearby such as restaurants, gas stations, shopping, and some educational information on the Group of Seven.