Neys Provincial Park is a land of beauty and history. Neys is off TransCanada Highway 17, between the towns of Terrace Bay and Marathon, Ontario. Neys is on the rugged shoreline of Lake Superior, known as the rocky shoreline that’s polished by the icy blue water of Lake Superior. Neys Provincial Park has a wide arrangement of ecosystems to explore and discover. Investigate the history of the park as a Prisoner-of-war (POW) Camp. The park is also featured on canvas by Lawren Harris from The Group of Seven.
Neys Provincial Park has a large campsite facility with options that face Lake Superior. Enjoy Lake Superior while canoeing or boating and sightseeing Little Pic River. Cast your line into the water and try to catch some Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Whitefish, and Salmon. Enjoy the trail system and immerse yourself in the boreal forest. Visitors can go swimming in Lake Superior at the Ashburton Bay, 1.25 miles (2km)-long beach or swim at Little Pic River. Have a look at the Visitor Centre and the history of the POW Camp and the area.