Hike, fish, swim, camp, kayak or simply wander along a quiet trail – there are almost as many ways to enjoy the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area as there are waves on her vast watery face. An annual stopping point for hundreds of species of migratory birds and home to a wide range of waterfowl and wildlife, Lake Superior is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream destination.
Hike Lake Superior’s Rugged North Shore
Discover views that will take your breath away as you hike the scenic North Shore of Lake Superior overlooking the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area.
Sail Into the Heart of Superior
Explore the vast waters of Lake Superior on a chartered boat tour, view columnar basalts and archways, visit the site of the sunken Gunilda and discover the Slate Islands, Rossport Islands and Battle Islands.
Cast Your Line in Lake Superior
Charter a boat, find a flycasting spot on shore, or head for an ice-fishing hole and you’ll discover trout, Chinook salmon, pike, walleye and perch all waiting for you in the waters of Lake Superior!
Lake Superior’s For The Birds!
Train your binoculars on Hurkett Cove, on the shores of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, at the height of spring migration and your life list will fill as quickly as you can write!
See Superior From a Sea Kayak
Some of the Great Lakes’ best kayaking experiences await in the coves, bays and inlets of the Lake Superior National Marine conservation area. Paddle all day, then relax for the night in a welcoming B&B.