Fanning out at the base of the Pic River bedrock valley, above Lake Superior’s beautiful north shore, is a sand and gravel delta complex. Sunk into the delta are kettles—wet and dry depressions formed by melted glacial ice. One of these kettles is Craig’s Pit. The terrain also features high bluffs, on top of which eagles and hawks nest. Park Facilities and Activities There are no facilities for visitors.
Location: A few kilometres southeast of Marathon.
Facilities and Activities summary
(807) 825-3403 Size: 530.00 ha Year established: 1985 Park Classification: Nature Reserve