Tee Harbour is a classic Sleeping Giant Provincial Park trail. It is a former logging road so the trail is wide and gently rolling. The trail to Tee Harbour is often biked or skied and there is a picnic area and a few campsites as well.
Roundtrip: 12 km
Location: Pass Lake, ON
Tee Harbour is named for the T-shape of the land. When you arrive at Tee Harbour you will find a natural sandy bay excellent for swimming and the rock shelf of the T is fun to explore.
From Thunder Bay drive northeast 36 km on Hwy 11/17 to Hwy 587 at Pass Lake Truck Stop. Turn right and follow Hwy 587 through the village of Pass Lake. Drive 3km past the Lake Marie Louise Campground to the Kabeyun South Trail-head parking lot on the right. You can pay your day-use fee at the self-pay station located in the parking lot or back at the campground checking building.
The hike begins at Kabeyun Trail-head at the SW corner of the parking lot. Follow the signposts to stay on the path to Tee Harbour as you come to the junctions of various trails such as Sawyer Bay and the Sea Lion. There will be a sign to let you know you have reached the Tee Harbour Picnic Area. Behind the picnic area, there is a trail that leads to the rocky section of the T.
Other hikes nearby so far include: The Sea Lion, Top of the Giant, Sifting Lake, Sawyer Bay, Ravine Lake, Middlebrun Bay, Joe Creek Nature Trail, The Chest
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