Pukaskwa National Park is a terrific park to visit. We will definitely have to stay there a few nights on another occasion. Now that we know how to pronounce the word – puck a saw – I have no idea what happed to the second K but apparently it is not pronounced…I could be wrong.
We’d often wondered about this park and this time we stopped in to see if it would be a good place to camp. It’s terrific! We found a couple of campsites that would do us well and made notes. Now all we have to remember is where we put the notes.
A beautiful park with good hiking. The park is huge and we only get to explore a tiny bit of it this visit.
It’s so nice to have trails that give beautiful views and Pukaskwa did that for us.
Well worth visiting.
After a good day of hiking we return to Neys for dinner. The big tent has come in quite useful in keeping bugs and wind out. With a little propane heater inside, the cool nights are tempered as well.
We thought a hike up to the big lookout was in order as the day promised to be warm and sunny.
We were at the right time of year to pick up lots of wild blueberries.
With the sun out we managed another visit to the prisoner boats and to see how deteriorated they had become. Fascinating.
This was a challenging hike up through the forest to the lookout. The trail wasn’t as well marked as the others but we managed well. We even had a nice lunch break. Hector was great in pulling me uphill too…he had a fun filled and eager hike.
One of the great features of camping on Lake Superior are the great sunsets.
Our time at Neys finished and we drove to Lake Superior Provincial Park and the Agawa Bay campground. White River with the beginning of Winnie the Poo were along the way.