Superior Country Blog

October 17th, 2022

Wabakimi Wilderness Park: A Secret Treasure

There are hundreds of parks and protected areas Northwestern Ontario, including three large wilderness parks (Quetico, Woodland Caribou, and Wabakimi).  In recent decades, the number and size of parks and …

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October 9th, 2022

Hiking the North Shore – the Benefits for you and your Community

Hiking is fun and good for you! You can do it with friends, family and pets. There are so many benefits of hiking for individuals as well as communities. Some …

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September 26th, 2022

10 Camper Tips for Camping on Crown Land in Ontario

Camping on Crown Land in Ontario with a camper isn’t for the faint of heart. There are a lot of extras you need consider as you are not near readily …

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September 9th, 2022

Exploring Lake Superior with North Superior Charters

The time to leave was 9:30AM, the place of departure was Red Rock Marina in the township of Red Rock, Ontario. The morning was covered in a thick blanket of …

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August 23rd, 2022

The Nipigon Fall Fishing Festival

The Nipigon Fall Fishing Festival – 57 Years of Fun for EVERYONE! Growing up along the North Shore there are so many wonderful things that make me feel at home. …

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July 29th, 2022

Schreiber Discovery Centre and Museum: A Journey Through Time

At one point or another in the course of my life, I have found myself wondering about those that came before me: how they worked, what they wore, how they …

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July 6th, 2022

Festival Fever

When traveling through Northern Ontario’s Superior Country some of the best experiences are seeing the sites and exploring the wilderness. However, what will really capture your heart are the long-standing …

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July 4th, 2022

Northern Ontario’s Bass Fishing Haven

Conveniently located just 35 miles from the US Pigeon River Border Crossing, Whitefish Lake is an angler’s haven. Don’t let the name fool you, Whitefish Lake is known for its …

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June 21st, 2022

Bowhunting Bear in Northern Ontario

My name is Megan McDonald. My husband (Chase McDonald) and I have been a part of the IBA (Iowa Bowhunting Association) for years, as my husband is the Vice President …

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