September 26, 2018
Wildlife monitoring cameras are in use, however any photos containing images of members of the public are deleted according to Ontario Park’s Photo Policy (under development).
Please contact Bob Elliott, Park Superintendent, if you would like more information on this topic.
Mailing address: PO Box 267
What You'll Like :
The Lake Superior Coast, including both easy to access and remote sections of the Lake Superior shoreline
Spectacular and diverse scenery – cliffs, beaches, river valleys, waterfalls, inland lakes, Algoma Hills, fall colours
World-class hiking and paddling along the Lake Superior shoreline
Agawa Rock Pictographs – 35 red ochre images are visible; one of the few pictograph sites in Ontario accessible by foot (only when Lake Superior is calm); open mid-May to mid-September
An exceptional Visitor Centre highlighting the park’s cultural history, natural features and recreational opportunities
Fantastic trout fishing
Diverse camping opportunities – two campgrounds with services for RVs and tents, 200 backcountry campsites
Park Office (year round) (705) 856-2284
Agawa Bay Campground and Visitor Centre (May to mid-October) (705) 882-2026 Size: 160810.00 ha Year established: 1944 Park Classification: Natural Environment