Originally Posted by Arenablanca
This has probably been asked before but I'm not sure about the search feature.
So the LOML and I are going to Nova Scotia amd probably Newfoundland next summer and are planning to drive back across part of Canada and re-enter the US either around International Falls or Thunder Bay. The route along the north side of Lake Superior looks to be rather scenic but that sometimes means "sparsely settled."
Are there recommended routes and what is the availability of diesel fuel?
Wonderful drive.... drove in 2011 on our cross Canada trip. Don't miss Neys Provincial Park and Pukaskwa National Park. Neys has some really nice camping right down on the beach, really nice beach
, Neys was a prisoner of war camp during WWII
A bunch more info from this area here
... If you go further east towards Manitoba, don't miss Lake of the Woods, with over 14,000 islands and good fishing.
You will have a blast, love that part of our country..
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