The falls at Lake Superior Provincial Park are some of the most beautiful features and amazing landscapes to explore in this park.
You can see falls throughout the park along the many trails.
I took this photo of a set of falls at Lake Superior Provincial Park on Sand River with a very simple Canon Powershot A85, 4 MP camera in August 2006.
Even with this simple camera, I was able to capture the power of the water and the sheer beauty of the natural landscape. Next time, I’ll be taking photos there with a DSLR!
Camping at Lake Superior Provincial Park
Lake Superior Provincial Park is approximately 700 km north of Toronto (just past Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario), and an eight hour drive if you go through Sudbury. You can take an alternate route through Tobermory and via the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry through to Manitoulin Island.
Some of the best camping can be found in this park. The Agawa Bay campsite can be a bit noisy. Although trucks pass by on the highway nearby, because the Agawa Bay campground is so close to the shoreline, most of the time you hear the water. The pebbled shore amplifies the waves.