Neys Provincial Park

Immortalized on canvas by The Group of Seven, this remote and rugged peninsula promises silhouettes of rocky islands polished smooth by icy blue waters. Only the hardy survive here, including sub-Arctic plants and a rare herd of woodland caribou. Enjoy one the finest beaches on Lake Superior’s north shore or view a model of a former POW camp at the Visitor Centre.


Neys Provincial Park


Neys has almost 150 campsites, almost half of which are electrical. Campground Areas 1, 2 and 3 face Lake Superior while Area 4 is in a wooded loop away from the lake.


Biking |Birding | Boating | Canoeing | Fishing |Hiking | Hunting | Natural Heritage Education | Swimming


Neys beach


Dune Trail – 1 km loop (30 minutes), easy
As you walk along this short trail, take note of the delicate dune vegetation and then compare it with the plants of the boreal forest at the back of the loop.
Lookout Trail – 2 km (1 hour), moderate
This trail takes you to some spectacular vantage points overlooking Lake Superior. Sturdy shoes are recommended.
Point Trail – 1.5 return (1 hour), easy
The trail begins at Prisoner’s Cove, curves along the shore and ends at rocky Prisoner Point and a view of formidable Lake Superior. Notice the delicate plants that have made this inhospitable place their home. Rocks are slippery when wet. Sturdy shoes are recommended.
Under the Volcano Trail – 1 km return (1 hour), moderate
Eleven interpretive panels explain the unique geology and geomorphology of Neys along this shoreline trail that passes over rugged and smooth rocks. Rocks are slippery when wet. Sturdy shoes are recommended.


For more information please visit:  Neys Provincial Park