Lake Superior Provincial Park is on the Northeastern Shore of Lake Superior. 12.43 miles (20 km) east of Wawa, Ontario on the TransCanada Highway 17. The 51.57 miles (83 km) park expands both sides of Highway 17, and along the shore of Lake Superior. This provincial park spans 994.2 miles (1600 km squad) with 2 established campgrounds and 3 established picnic areas. The park also has Agawa Rock Pictographs, one of the few pictographs in Ontario that are accessible by foot.
Lake Superior Provincial Park is a picturesque stretch of the coast. Here, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence and boreal forest, support a mix of northern and southern species. It is a stunning location to see several bird species. The park has established canoeing routes, that vary in length and difficulty. Throughout the park, there are several lakes and rivers (Sand River, Agawa River, Anjigami River, and Rabbit Blanket River). The trail system connects the campsites and picnic areas together. Visitors can go swimming at Agawa Bay Campground, Katherine Cove and Old Woman Bay both are day use only. Fishing is very popular in this area, especially for Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Salmon. The visitor centre also has Natural History Education throughout the summer.