Silver Harbour Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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    Silver Harbour Conservation Area
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Silver Harbour Conservation area is a 116 acre park located on the spectacular, shining waters of Lake Superior. In the 1800s, the region was explored for silver and was thus given the name Silver Harbour. Today, visitors enjoy wandering through the trails that lead to quarries and caves along the park’s many cliffs. There is a small, but gorgeous spot for picnics, fishing, and get togethers, along with a rocky beach and a boat launch with access to Lake Superior. For those who rock climb, the trail on the northside of Silver Harbour Road will take you to a popular bouldering spot. A trip to Silver Harbour is a must-do for anyone exploring Ontario’s north!



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Shuniah, ON P7A 0G4

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The coaster brook trout population in Lake Superior is an amazing natural resource unique to our Great Lake. We were looking for spawning brook trout to tag for a population study and found a pool in the Cypress River that was loaded with the most beautiful fish I’ve ever seen.



Nipigon Bay, ON
Marilee Chase
Lake Superior Watershed