Pigeon River Provincial Park located in Neebing in Ontario’s Superior Country and was originally established in 1957. It is right on the border between Canada and the United States. The park is on the northern shores of Lake Superior along Highway 61. Pigeon River Provincial Park features a dramatic High Falls, Middle Falls and Lower Falls that is also shared with Grand Portage Provincial Park. Some of the main things to do in Pigeon River Provincial Park include walking, hiking, view educational aspects of the park such as metal art sculptures and evidence of human occupation dating back to 7000 BC. Pigeon River Provincial Park is a day-use park and there is no camping available in this park. The park is open all year-round so you can make sure to stop whenever you are travelling through. The Provincial Park is close to Kakabeka Falls and Thunder Bay, Ontario.