Neys Provincial Park

Neys Provincial Park is located on the North shore of Lake Superior, approximately 300 kilometers east of Thunder Bay. This 119 site natural environment class park boasts one of the largest sandy beaches on the north shore, and is the perfect place to take in the beauty of crashing waves, colourful sunsets, and spectacular northern lights. Visitors to Neys will also enjoy the parks rich cultural heritage. Explore the park’s history as the site of a former World War II Prisoner of War camp, or hike to the site where Lawren Harris of the Group of 7 first painted “Pic Island”.

Activities: biking, boating, car camping, seasonal camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, swimming, RVing Facilities: boat launches, car camping campsites, electrical campsites, RV pullthrough campsites, seasonal campsites, comfort stations, dog beaches, fish cleaning buildings, laundromat, picnic shelters, playgrounds, canoe rentals, roofed accommodation, showers, toilets, trailer dump, visitor centre