On the southern tip of this rugged peninsula near Thunder Bay lies the legendary Sleeping Giant. Venture deep into its boreal forests to experience the backcountry, or follow its rugged trails to the top of the giant for unbeatable views of Lake Superior. Look for deer, moose and other large mammals in the park’s vast forests and lowlands. Whether you are hiking along lush green paths or gliding over snowy trails, the beauty of this park will leave you spellbound.The park has more than 100km of trails, nature walks, group campfires, boating, fishing and cycling. There are more than 240 camp sites at the Sleeping Giant.
Backcountry, car, and group camping are available.
Biking | Birding | BoatingFishing | Hiking | Natural Heritage Education | Swimming | Winter Activities
The park has over 100 kilometres of trails for both day and overnight hikes. These trails can lead you along the rugged shores of Lake Superior, past towering cliffs to scenic vistas on top of the Giant, or to quiet lakes and streams deep within the park’s wilderness areas.
Weather conditions on and near Lake Superior are subject to sudden and sharp changes.