Lake Superior Provincial Park Interactive Trail Map
 
1) Nokomis - Intermediate, 5km loop The trail ascends fairly steeply to present you with a wonderful view, then follows along the ridge to a number of other lookouts. See if you can make out the Old Woman in the cliff face before you start the descent back to the trail head. The trail should take approximately 1 1/2 to 3 hours to complete. The trail is located in the north of the park off Highway 17 at Old Woman Bay.

2) South Old Woman River Trail
- Intermediate, 2.5km loop A pleasant forested trail which runs along the Old Woman River. The Trail can be reached from Highway 17 in the north of the park across the highway from Rabbit Blanket Lake.
 
3) Peat Mountain Trial - Demanding, 11 km loop This is a ridge hike that will take you to the top of Peat Mountain (518m) and provide some splendid viewpoints. You can also connect into the the side trail which will take you to Foam Lake Lookout. The trail should take approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete. The trail is accessible from the Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground.

4) Coastal Trail - 63km, Expert The trail follows along the shoreline of Lake Superior Provincial Park from Sinclair Cove in the south to just passed Cape Gargantua in the north. Following along the rocky shoreline and ascending and descending the cliffs, you'll find this to be a challenging multi-day excursion. There are a large number of designated campsites on route, as well as several access points if you can't do the whole trail at once. The trail is a part of the larger Voyageur Trail system which plans to connect Thunder Bay in the North and Manitoulin Island in the south. The trails access points are Sinclair Cove, Katherine Cove, Orphan Lake Trail and Gargantua Harbour. Many sections of the trail become almost impassible when it rains (or heavy fog moves in) due to the slippery nature of the rock when it's wet. The trail takes from five to seven days to complete. Permits are required, inquire with the park.
   

5) Trapper's Trail - Easy, 1.5km loop Named for a trap line which was once active along it, the trail now shelters the wildlife providing a great opportunity to see beaver, marten and moose. There are two separate viewing platforms as well as a floating boardwalk. The trail can be accessed from Highway 17 in the central region of the park.

6) Orphan Lake Trail - Intermediate, 8km loop The trail has a little bit of everything. Working its way through forests,and along cliff sides, then following beside Orphan Lake before climbing to some wonderful overlooks. Descending to a beach along Superiors shore to Baldhead River and a waterfall, a perfect place to take a break before working your way back to the start. You can use the trail to gain access to the Coastal Trail. Orphan Lake Trail is accessible from Highway 17 in the central region of the park.

7) Pinguisibi Trail - Easy, 6km return, linear An ancient Ojibwa trail which takes you to a wonderful set of falls on the Sand River. Pack a picnic before you go and return along the same route. The trail can be accessed from Highway 17 just after crossing the Sand River as you head north.

8) Agawa Rock Pictographs Trail - Intermediate, 0.4km This is one of the largest collection of Indian pictographs in Ontario. The trail to Agawa Rock is notable for it's geological features. Be aware that the viewing area presents challenges and is exposed to the wave action of the big lake. The trail should take approximately 1/2 to 1 hours to complete. The trail can be accessed just off of Highway 17, north of Agawa Bay.

9) Awausee Trail - Difficult, 10km loop The trail starts out as an easy jaunt along an old logging road before it heads up a ravine and climbs to lookouts which provide a view of the Agawa River Valley and Agawa Mountain. On the descent pick up the logging road which allows you to work your way back to the start. The trail is accessible from Highway 17 in the south of the park.

10) Towab Trail - Difficult, 24km return linear The trail takes you in to Burnt Rock Pool over moderate terrain where you find one of the two camping areas. Further on the trail gets more demanding as it climbs and descends around cliff sections of the Agawa River Valley. The spectacular Agawa Falls at the end of the trail make all the effort worthwhile. You'll find the second camping area just below the falls. The trail can be completed in two days but is better appreciated (and needless to say, easier) if you take three. The trail is accessed from Frater Road which is accessible from Highway 17 opposite Agawa Bay in the south of the park. Permits are required, inquire with the park.

11) Crescent Lake Trail - Easy, 2km loop The trial takes you through mixed forests with hundred ear old pines. Work your way passed the shorelines of several lakes where you'll intersect with a number of the portages that make up the Crescent Lake Canoe Route.