Bring you own kayak or canoe…we have secured indoor storage for your personal craft, or simply rent from one of our Trailhead partners. Whether you’re looking for a day trip or a longer excursion, our Trailhead Adventure Hosts can advise you. The Lake Superior coast is a paddler’s mecca, giving you access to rugged rock headlands as well as sheltered sand and cobble beaches. There are many launch points, most often from beaches. Closer to the Inn, you can paddle the St. Mary’s River that links Lake Superior to Lake Huron. You can even paddle through the Canadian Canal lift, which is open only to pleasure craft. Or try a leisurely float trip down the Goulais River. Day-trip canoe routes within the park include the Fenton-Treeby Lake route, Mijinemungshing Lake, Gamitagama Lake, and the Crescent Lake system. Canoe route maps are available through the Provincial Park's headquarters, the campground gate offices or through the Friends of Lake Superior Provincial Park interpretive centre. Rentals are also available in the park. One of our Trailhead Adventure hosts can get you started.
The Inn is a perfect family hang-out. The kids love Club Cabana’s hot tubs and pools (we go swimming at least once a day), and there’s always something tasty on Casey’s Kid’s menu. For me, I love that there’s a fridge in every room, and that I can request a microwave...it makes small family meals a cinch.
- Captain Dave Conrad