Superior Country Blog

December 21st, 2021

Backcountry Camping in Superior Country

Backcountry camping, or primitive camping, is an immersive wilderness experience. Many provincial parks provide the opportunity to either hike or paddle to remote, secluded campsites. With limited – no amenities …

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Northern Ontario Bear Hunting - Nipigon River Bear Hunts
October 26th, 2021

Bear Hunting in Northern Ontario

Experience superior bear hunting in Northern Ontario through Nipigon River Bear Hunts. Devoted hunter, angler and business owner Bobby Bearman guides bear hunting expeditions. Along with bear, there are a …

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August 17th, 2021

Kayaking to Lake Superior’s Slate Islands

I knew that everyone from the Anishinaabe on down had stories to tell about the Great Lake they call Gichigami. So, it was no surprise that after six days kayaking …

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July 12th, 2021

Bowman Island

The Giant Trout of the Big Lake The drive along highway 17, skirting the coast of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake, is my absolute favorite drive in Ontario.  …

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July 12th, 2021

3 Parks to Paddle in Superior Country

Planning a canoe trip? The choices are many in Ontario. If you reside in Southern Ontario, I can almost bet you will look to the perennial favourites. No need to …

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June 28th, 2021

Superior Picnic Adventures

There was a gorgeous breeze on a particularly splendid overcast day. It was warm, and I could feel the new summer sun relentlessly pushing past the cloud cover. I was …

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June 17th, 2021

Superior – A Great Lake

I never tire of the scene. You are on the West side of the Sault, traveling on the Trans Canada Hwy when you come over the rise of the long …

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May 28th, 2021

Wabakimi – Paddling into an Ancient Land

I’m like a little kid when it comes to going on canoe trips especially the fly in type. There is something about loading all your gear and canoe into a …

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May 18th, 2021

Play and Stay in Terrace Bay

Terrace Bay isn’t a “blink and you’ll miss it” kinda small town on the Trans Canada Highway. It makes itself known and draws you in. From the 50 foot tall …

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