Conservation Area

Sparkling waters, a rugged landscape and tree-clad coasts are just some of the sights awaiting you at Little Trout Bay Conservation Area. The boat launch provides public access to Lake Superior south of the City of Thunder Bay. Little Trout Bay and the surrounding waters provide excellent fishing for salmon, pickerel, whitefish, rainbow trout and lake trout.

On-shore activities include picnic facilities and hiking trails with spectacular look-outs. A pavilion with picnic tables and displays was built in 2001-02.

Please note that scuba diving, overnight camping and mooring are not permitted in the Conservation Area.

Boat Launch
The bay's scenic waters are accessible from the facility's two launch ramps.

Aerial view of Little Trout Bay looking NE.
Directions: Little Trout Bay Conservation Area is located 45 minutes south of the City of Thunder Bay in the Municipality of Neebing. Follow Highway 61 south to Little Trout Bay Road (at the gas station), turn left and follow the road seven minutes to the Conservation Area.
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Lakehead Region Conservation Authority
P.O. Box 10427; 130 Conservation Rd.
Thunder Bay, ON  P7B 6T8 (Canada)
Telephone:(807) 344-5857  Fax:(807) 345-9156