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About the Friends of Lake Superior Park


The Friends of Lake Superior Park is a registered Canadian charity (#891321143) that partners with Lake Superior Provincial Park to enhance its educational, recreational, research, and resource protection activities.

  • Mission: Furthering the understanding of LSPP's landscape, ecosystems, and people

  • Vision: Mobilizing a network of people dedicated to LSPP and what it protects, ecologically and culturally

  • Values: diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, ecological integrity, sustainability, cultural awareness


Charitable objectives

To further the public’s awareness, education, and understanding of the geological, historical/archaeological and biological resources of Lake Superior Provincial Park by:

  1. Undertaking specific projects and initiatives such as the production and distribution of educational/interpretive publications, maps, audio-visual materials and other appropriate items related to Lake Superior Provincial Park;

  2. Encouraging and supporting further research of Lake Superior Provincial Park’s natural and historical resources with a view to disseminate this information to the public;

  3. Supplementing and enhancing existing park educational/interpretive and recreational programs; and

  4. Stimulating community interest and understanding of Lake Superior Provincial Park to help ensure the protection of its natural and historical resources.

Indigenous Land Acknowledgment

Aaniin ("hello" in Anishinaabemowin, the Ojibway language). We acknowledge that this land lies within the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, specifically the Three Fires Confederacy of the Ojibway, Odawa, and Potawatomi people, in the Robinson–Superior Treaty area. We recognize the long history and continued presence of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Peoples in Ontario, and show respect to them, especially our neighbours of Batchewana First Nation, Garden River First Nation, and Michipicoten First Nation. We thank them. Miigwech.

Learn more:

Visit Lake Superior Provincial Park's website or download their guide.

The park's waterproof topographic map can be purchased in the park or in Ontario Parks' online store. When you buy your map in the park or through Ontario Parks, the proceeds go back to us to fund more great park projects!


Constitution and Bylaws

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