Lake Superior

Backcountry Camping

There are 200 backcountry campsites, accessible along hiking trails and paddle routes. All backcountry campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The park map shows backcountry campsites, hiking trails, portages and access points.

Car Camping

Lake Superior Provincial Park offers camping in two campgrounds with one quarter of all sites providing electrical service. Reservations are available for sites at Agawa Bay and Rabbit Blanket Lake Campgrounds.

Campgrounds:

Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground is situated on an inland lake with a small beach area. The forest is mixed allowing for some shaded sties and some more open. The campground is close to Hwy 17. There are 60 sites, 20 of which are electrical. There is a comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry and a trailer dump and fill station.

Agawa Bay Campground is located right on Lake Superior, on a 3 km beach. More than half of the campsites have a view of Lake Superior. Forest cover is primarily mature pine trees. The campground is adjacent to Hwy 17. There are 147 sites, 38 of which are electrical. Facilities include two comfort stations with flush toilets, showers and laundry and a trailer dump and fill station. There is an outdoor amphitheatre and the Visitor Centre is a short walk from the campground.

Note: Crescent Lake campground is closed.

Radio-Free Camping

The south portion of Agawa Bay Campground is radio-free (all campsites in the 300s).