Welcome to Superior Boating
Lake Superior, Ontario, Canada
Explore the North Shore of Lake Superior and you'll discover a boater's paradise.
Follow the route of the voyageurs and explore more than 500 nautical miles of scenic shoreline. From sandy beaches to towering bluffs that plunge deep into the sparkling water, the north shore of this inland sea is a picture of contrasts.
Dark forests of spruce and fir give way to the warm hospitality of cities and towns. Enjoy the quiet serenity of a secluded anchorage or take advantage of the comforts of new full-service marinas with docks and launch ramps to accommodate visiting boats of almost any length.
Tackle Northern Ontario this summer. Fish for lake trout, rainbow trout, salmon and whitefish. Visit an old fashioned general store or examine ancient pictographs on cliff walls. Explore miles of lakeside trails with spectacular vantage points or relax in an island sauna. Search for wild berries on the ridges and bluffs. Solve the mystery of the Pukaskwa Pits. Watch the flight of a great blue heron or catch a glimpse of a caribou.
It's the magnetic north! Set your sights on our north shore and get ready for an experience that is truly superior.
Water level, 2013: Lake Superior is predicted to be slightly higher than last year, and remain 10 cm to 15 cm (4 to 6 inches) above chart datum througout the boating season.