Lake Superior Provincial Park, just north of Sault Ste Marie on Highway 17 has a total of 10 trails.

Peat Mountain Trail is a demanding 11km loop trail starting near campsite 30 at Rabbit Blanket campground. There are several lookouts.

South Old Woman River Trail is a easy to moderate 2.5 km loop trail starting on Highway 17 across from the entrance to the Rabbit Blanket campground.

Trappers Trail is a 1.5 km easy loop trail off of Highway 17 just south of Gargantua Road. Ice Climbing available here.

Nokomis Trail is a 5 km loop trail with moderate difficulty. Park at parking lot at Old Woman Bay and walk across the highway for access.

Orphan Lake Trail is a 8 km loop trail with moderate difficulty. Access is off of Highway 17 about 15 km south of Gargantua Road.  There are several lookouts.

Agawa Rock Pictograph Trail is a .5 linear trail of moderate difficulty. Access on Highway 17 just north of Agawa Bay.

Piguisibi Trail or Sand River Trail is a 6 km linear easy trail with access on Highway 17 at Sand River. Numerous small waterfalls along the river and panoramic views.

Awausee Trail is a 10 km loop trail which is very demanding. Access on Highway 17 near Agawa River.

Towabanasay Trail is a 24 km linear trail with very demanding difficulty. Access is at Frater Rd on Highway 17. This trail will take you to the Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park which is a popular tourist stop on the Algoma Central Railway out of Sault Ste Marie.

Crescent Lake Trail is a 2 km easy loop trail located on Highway 17 just north of Montreal River Harbour.

Gargantua Harbour Trail is a very easy 2 km walk through boreal forest along an old road onto the harbour. First you have to drive 14 km along the Gargantua Road.  Gargantua Harbour is the main southern access to the Coastal Trail.

Coastal Trail is a demanding, difficult 64 km linear trail that extends from Agawa Bay north to Chalfant Cove, where it joins Section 2 in the Pukaskwa National Park.

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Length: 10 trails from .5 km to 24 km.
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Natural
Trail use: Hiking, Dog Sledding, and Ice Climbing
Accessibility Notes: A couple of trails are accessible
Fees: Park entrance fees

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: Washrooms


GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 47.7229890
Longitude: -84.8118030