Huron Shores offers the outdoor enthusiast a myriad of choices all year round:

Trails: We have a number of trails throughout the Municipality. Powered by a variety of Associations and Clubs, we invite you to check out our new Trail page.

2024 ATV Run: Join us on an amazing day-long tour through Huron Shores. 1st prize is a Traeger Smoker! Lunch provided. Click 2024 ATV Run for details!

Camping: There are many campgrounds, cottage, and resorts located through out Huron Shores giving you many options for your ideal location and experience. Click here for a list!

Hunting: Ontario’s Crown land represents 87% of the province, with a tremendous amount crown land located within Huron Shore. Check out our map provided below to discover crown land close to you. For rules and regulation, and the wildlife management unit (WMU) map, please visit

Boating/Fishing: As part of the number one boating destination in Ontario, Lake Huron can be easily accessed from Beharriell Park and the Emily Court boat launch, both located within Huron Shores. To discover smaller bodies of water with great fishing and beautiful views, visit our Parks and Boat Launches page.

Snowmobiling: Staging Area – Iron Bridge Recreation Centre at 1 Chiblow Lake Road, Iron Bridge. Snowmobilers have access to over 600 kms (372 miles) of Trails in Ontario with links to Provincial, National and International networks. For more information respecting snowmobiling, please contact Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation.

Cross-country skiing/Snowshoeing: Cross-country skiers and snowshoe enthusiast have approximately 5 kms of new trail. Visit the vast Kirkwood Forest with its stands of red pine or hike along the Voyageur Trail for a beautiful scene.

Cycling: If you enjoy cycling, a large portion of the Lake Huron North Channel Great Lakes Waterfront Cycling Route passes through Huron Shores. For information on this cycling route and others in Ontario, visit The fully signed Trail is a combination of paths (21%), neighbourhood streets (21%), and rural roads (58%).

Bird Watching: The Municipality of Huron Shores is entrance to the Mississagi Delta Provincial Nature Reserve, marking the mouth of the largest river flowing into Lake Huron; and providing the perfect view of the Bald Eagles. Eagles may be spotted soaring high above or perched in treetops during the salmon run.

River floating: The Mississagi River offers a relaxing and scenic float. Huron Shores provides a variety of entries to the Mississagi River, allowing your float to be as long or short as you may wish. When planning to river float, be sure to always:

  • Hydrate
  • Secure valuables
  • Keep tabs on your group
  • Watch out for anglers
  • Have a plan for where and for how long you’ll float
  • Check the conditions on the river and in the sky

Horseback riding: Experience the beauty of Huron Shores on horseback. The Municipality offers an abundance of horse friendly trails with beautiful views. Take a trot along our sandbars located along the Mississagi River for a nice refreshing ride.

Be sure to check out the Deer Trail Circle Route for a spectacular scenic route within Algoma. For additional information regarding tourism and recreational activities in Algoma District please visit Algoma Kinniwabi Tourism Association’s.

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