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A great campsite can be defined in many ways, depending on who you ask. While some people want to plug into full hookups and enjoy the comforts of home, others prefer to hike or paddle into a secluded area and fend for themselves. The north shore offers a plethora of camping experiences to suit all needs. Municipally-owned campgrounds, such as those in Thunder Bay and Marathon, offer a natural setting on the outskirts of town. Provincial Parks offer a variety of services including comfort stations with showers and laundry facilities, interpretive programs, canoe rentals and sites ranging from electrical hook-ups to backcountry. The Agawa Bay Campground at Lake Superior Provincial Park is on a beautiful sandy beach and has an exceptional visitor’s centre. Pukaskwa National Park has a quiet campground that can be used as a base camp for hiking the iconic Coastal Hiking Trail or paddling into the park’s interior or along its wild shoreline.

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The rugged landscape of the north shore was created by fire and shaped by ice. The granite of the Canadian Shield was formed 2.7 billion years ago. When a massive mid-continental rift formed one billion years ago, erupting volcanoes spread molten rock which intruded and covered existing rocks. The lake itself is young, in terms of geology—10,000 years ago ice as thick as 3.2 km covered the area. With challenging topography and thick forest cover, the area is ideal for hiking and mountain biking. Beyond the trails in parks and protected areas, there are well-maintained and marked hiking trails, such as the Nipigon River Recreational Trail, Casque Isles Trail, and Voyageur Hiking Trail. All of these trails will take you to spectacular views—some that inspired the iconic paintings of the Group of Seven. Twisting through the boreal forest are some of the best mountain biking trails in Ontario. Many of the trails are remnants of former railways or grown-in access roads from logging or mining camps—a testament to the history of the north shore’s communities.

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The extensive network of smaller inland lakes and rivers makes for unlimited paddling experiences around Lake Superior. First Nation people paddled and fished in the Lake Superior basin for centuries. The European missionaries, explorers and fur traders that followed learned from their experiences and adopted their ways. The north shore of Lake Superior is flanked by historically-significant canoe routes—the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie and the Pigeon River near Thunder Bay. Paddle the wild coastlines of Lake Superior Provincial Park, Pukaskwa National Park, and the proposed Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. For one-way trips or to explore remote islands, outfitters can arrange shuttle services or water taxis. While Superior offers world-class kayaking, the inland lakes and waterways are home to renowned canoeing destinations, like Quetico and Wabakimi Provincial Parks. Larger rivers, such as the Current near Thunder Bay, Kopka in Greenstone and Agawa in the Algoma Region, offer varying classes of whitewater.

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When snow covers the ground for almost half of the year, it only makes sense to strap on a snowboard, pair of skis or snowshoes and enjoy it. The north shore offers networks of groomed cross country ski trails, a variety of packed snowshoe trails and seemingly endless backcountry to explore. For downhill skiing and snowboarding, Thunder Bay, Goulais River and Searchmont are home to the largest downhill ski resorts in the region, and there is also an excellent backcountry ski area in Goulais River. The mountains along the north shore are the highest between the Rockies and the Laurentians. The north shore also boasts world class cross-country skiing in the form of classic and skate trails. With strong Scandinavian heritage, Thunder Bay and Sault Ste. Marie have well-established ski clubs and extensive trail systems that are impeccably groomed and uncrowded. The Algoma Highlands, near Sault Ste. Marie, and the Nor’wester Mountains, near Thunder Bay, offer premium wilderness cross country skiing experiences.

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