Lake Superior Provincial Park, Ontario

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Group Camping



Paddle the shores of Lake Superior Provincial Park with James and Dympna our lead guides and instructors. Just north of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, this park is home to rich Ojibwa history, rare wildlife, and a rugged wilderness shoreline. Sea kayak Lake Superior all day and each evening, after we set up our home away from home, we’ll enjoy a delicious meal together enjoying a world-class sunset on a wilderness beach.

What you will see during your Lake Superior kayak trip

Traveling North to South, from Old Woman’s Bay to Agawa Bay, the sights are spectacular. Bald eagles soar over 300-foot cliffs, while Peregrine Falcons hunt and nest among the cliffsides. Swim in turquoise water, discover waterfalls in the woods, and camp on phenomenal wilderness beaches, some sandy, some cobblestone, many with kilometers of no one but you. There are woodland hikes that leave from the beaches we camp on to explore on any windy day.

Nature and history collide with a grand finale: paddling past the 35 or so Ojibwa pictographs on a 98-foot sheer rock face. This is an incredibly sacred place where for generations Ojibwa people have been coming to record their dreams and spirits in Red Ochre.

Your Lake Superior kayak trip guides

James and Dympna, your guides for all of our high-end, fully outfitted trips, have extensive training and experience to keep your group safe and within their comfort zone. Equally important, they know the best campsites, the hidden waterfalls, and where to hike backcountry. James is an excellent wilderness chef with Dympna as his sous chef. James and Dympna are senior Paddle Canada instructors as well as BC Guides Alliance-trained kayak guides. They have almost 20 years of experience leading Wilderness trips.

Sea Kayaking trips on Lake Superior are inherently at the mercy of the elements. Some days are just better spent having hot chocolate and freshly baked brownies on the beach!  Wind days can also be spent hiking or honing paddling, rescue or rolling skills.

Why trip with us? We have the highest-trained guides and instructors in Ontario, the highest quality equipment, and the most delicious food.

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July 30–5, 2024

Trip Length

7 days / 6 nights

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Participant Skill Level

Please contact us with any question related to these trip prerequisites.

  • Level-1 sea kayak skills.

 Trip Itinerary

A day-by-day plan to guide your journey ahead. Just keep in mind that it may change due to weather or group needs.

If you choose we can shuttle you and your kayak (own or rental) and your gear from Parry Sound to Lake Superior Provincial Park. We will meet anyone else at the Interpretive centre and launch. We will paddle a short distance the first day and get settled in at camp.

Explore Lake Superior's rugged and unspoiled coastline. Paddling north up the coast camping in coves, on cobble beaches and in boreal forest.

If we encounter strong winds which can be common on Lake Superior, we will take a day off paddling and explore the beaches and forest.

On the final day we will end at Old Woman bay, load up and start the drive home.

  Meet Your Guides

James Roberts

James started kayaking at 18. Since then his paddling career has taken him all over the world as an expedition leader and senior kayak instructor.

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Dympna Hayes

Dympna is co-owner and operator, of Ontario Sea Kayak Centre along with her partner and husband James. She loves sharing her craft with others through her coaching on skills courses and through her guiding while on kayaking trips.

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I love exploring new places from my kayak. Thank you Dympna and James for making this opportunity possible, yet a second time (previously BC). I feel so safe traveling anywhere with you guys.

Mary-Jo H.

 What's Included

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  • Shuttles from Parry Sound to Lake Superior Provincial park for you and your kayak.
  • High-end touring kayak (kayak, safety gear, paddles, skirts)
  • Gourmet meals and snacks* (Once informed, we can accommodate most food allergies and preferences.)
  • Group cooking and camping gear
  • Large tarps (in case of rain or intense sun)
  • Provincial Park passes and vehicle parking passes
  • Expedition First Aid Kit. Guides are Wilderness Medical Associates First Responder Certified.
  • Communication devices. Guides have VHF Marine Operators License. We travel with a satellite messenger device on all OSKC trips.
  • Your guides, James and Dympna, are Sea Kayak Guides Alliance of British Columbia trained, they are also senior level Paddle Canada instructors.

What's Not Included

  • Travel and Medical insurance
  • Trip Cancellation or interruption insurance. (Strongly Recommended)

What You Should Bring

A detailed gear list is sent before the start of the trip but this can get you started.

  • Sleeping Mat, one can be provided if needed
  • Your tent, one can be provided if needed
  • Sleeping bag in a dry bag no larger than 15 L
  • Personal clothes for on land, in a dry bags no larger than 15 L, maximum 2 bags
  • Personal on-water clothing
  • Hiking shoes and water shoes
  • Rain Jacket and Pants
  • Camera
  • *A detailed gear list is sent pre-trip


July 30–5, 2024

Trip Length

7 days / 6 nights

Price From


per person plus taxes 

This trip is sold out.