Coastal Paddling Route Trip Planner
Plan your coastal paddling trip at Pukaskwa National Park
The snow is still here. If you're thinking of visiting Pukaskwa this spring, give us a call (807-229-0801) or drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org for the latest trail and campground conditions.
Planning to paddle the wildest shore of all the Great Lakes? This guide will help you find all the information you need to plan, pack, and have a safe and memorable trip on the Coastal Paddling Route. Each campsite is profiled with photographs, site information, and a story about the place. Many of these stories were collected during a series of oral history interviews conducted in 1979, others are from our own staff who have travelled here for decades, and others are from visitors like you.
We’ve designed this guide to help you plan your dream trip. It is NOT intended for navigation, nor as a sole source of information. We recommend you use this guide along with Chrismar’s “The Adventure Maps: Pukaskwa” (available from Pukaskwa National Park), a Pukaskwa National Park Map, or National Topographic Service maps for the region, as well as advice from paddlers who have done the route.
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