Hattie Cove is a great place to spend the day paddling. Bii to bii gong is the Anishinaabe name for Hattie Cove and means "water between two rocks". This protected cove, even on Lake Superior’s roughest days, remains calm for beginner and expert paddlers alike. Pack a picnic lunch and explore the Hattie Cove wetlands or simply float around for an afternoon! If you are looking for a greater paddling challenge, on a calm day, venture out to Pulpwood Harbour, located just outside Hattie Cove. Pulpwood Harbour is a stunning place full of islands and inlets to explore. When considering this adventure, be sure to check weather conditions and be prepared for Lake Superior’s changing moods.
Don't have your own boat? Pukaskwa National Park offers canoe and stand-up paddleboard rentals.