Sleeping Giant Provincial Park is 51.57 miles (83 km) east of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The park is in the Municipality of Shuniah, Ontario on a rugged Southern Peninsula that juts out into Lake Superior. Learn the tale of Nanabijou and his Sea Lion and their fate while exploring the park. Experience the majestic beauty of the park and the deer, moose, and wildlife within it.
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park has many options for activities to do while at the park. There is an abundance of hiking and biking trails that vary in length and difficulty. The park is set up for backcountry camping as well as car and group camping. Cabins are available to rent in the summer months. While out exploring the park head to the Thunder Cape Bird Observatory at the tip of Sibley Peninsula, to catch some amazing views of the various bird species. Go fishing while visiting the park on Lake Superior or Marie Louise Lake. The park has many locations to head for a swim to cool off in Lake Superior after a long hike. Enjoy the public beach at Marie Louise Lake. The Visitor’s Centre is a great place to learn about the history of the area, and the Silver Islet Mines. Sleeping Giant offers some of the best cross-country skiing in Ontario with 50 km of groomed trails.