AAA Editor Notes
The Sleeping Giant, on Lake Superior in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, is part of a peninsula extending into the lake from the vast forest area to the northeast of the city. Prominent in Ojibway Indian legends, the rock formation, 11.25 kilometres (7 mi.) long and 335 metres (1,099 ft.) high, resembles a giant sleeping figure. The area offers nature trails, back-country roads for walking, bicycling and driving opportunities.
Picnicking is permitted.