Area Adventures

Restaurants
All are South- Voyageur Cookhouse (10miles), Chicken Shack
(6 miles) , Salzburger Hoff(German 17 miles) , ChippewaRiver (16 miles).

Beaches
Batchawana Bay Provincial Park (10 miles south), PancakeBay Provincial
Park (5 miles south)
, Sawpit Bay (2miles south), Hibbard/SandBay
2 miles north)
, Lake Superior Provincial Park, AgawaBay, Sinclair Cove,
Katherines Cove,Coldwater Creek, Sand River and Barrett Creek areas.

Arts and Adventure
Walk the Dragon or Island Trails to basalt caves and lagoons. 
Canoe, swim, and/or water walk to the islands,
Identify: rocks, fungus, birds, mammals, and plants. 
Ask about local history-borrow books.
Snorkel or dive, to look at formations, ship wrecks and marina cribs. 
Pick local wild berries, fungus, and herbs. 
Ice walk guiding is available in winter. 
Music and art lessons are available all year. 

Shuttle to hike and canoe points- see maps:
Batchawana Bay, Pancake Park, Sawpit Bay area, Mamainse Harbour, Flour
Bay, Mica Bay, Alona Bay, Montreal River, Agawa Interpretive Center,
Pictographs/Sinclair, Katherines Cove, Coldwater Creek, Gargantua, Old
Woman Bay
, Naturally Superior, Pukaskwa.

Pancake Bay Provincial Park- 4 miles south
Ask for a park brochure that explains the two extensive trail
systems. There are geology and flora/fauna displays along trails.
Amenities; Campground, Laundry, Playground, Beach, Boats, Giftshop.

Batchawana BayProvincial Park- 11 miles south
beach, restrooms, picnic, daypark. Walk the extensive beach.

Lake Superior Provincial Park-22miles north
Daytrips recommended to the Interpretive Center- Museum, Pictographs
trail, Sinclair Cove beach, and the water falls trail at
Sand River (See the park brochure). Orphan Lake is a nice 5 mile
trail (falls, beach, blueberries, native display,) and Katherines Cove
is a beautiful place for a picnic. There are many trails in LSPP which
include; lakeshore hiking, camping and many canoe/kayak routes.

Wawa-100miles north
Old Woman Bay, Magpie and  High Falls, lakes, trails,restaurants
(See Wawa and Park Information Centers).

Chippewa Falls
-16 miles south
Along Highway 17, take the trail up the edge of the falls. Swim.

Montreal River Area-22 miles north
 Dams, “Fish Shack” take-out stand at Twilight Resort, History,
Old Mines, Northgate Services (varies). Dump site,  Fishing,

Interior
Off road vehicle fun, hunting, fishing,
Climbing Guide is available at Chippewa River-Shaun Parent.
Tree Top Adventures (Goulais River) offers zip line ropes courses.
 LODGES:  Stokely Creek offers restaurant and cross country skiing,
Searchmont-food, downhill skiing, Bellevue Valley Lodge-telemark skiing.

Kayak and Canoe
Shuttles are available. The road meets the water every few miles.
A canoe is available at Arts and Adventure, or at Pancake Park.
CaribouAdventures on Goulais Bay offers guided trips.

Waterfall Swimming and Diving

Chippewa Falls, Bald River, Sand River and many more local rivers.