Hi Pat. To me, 'North Shore' means the Arrowhead of Minnesota between Duluth and Grand Portage just before entering Canada. That's just us pa-sota yokels talking tho...
From the Sault, do you intend to head east or go northwest around Lake Superior? The Circle Tour is a trip in itself.
I principally have familiarity with the Circle Tour. Going north and west around Lake Superior ...
- Closely framed photos of Pancake Bay Provincial Park make the travel brochures but it is tiny and shut in between the highway and the lake.
- Lake Superior Provincial Park is extensive and has many rivers, lakes, waterfalls, fishing, trails and shore sights -- worth 2-3 nights of exploring and playing here alone. I recommend Agawa Bay campground over & above Pancake Bay. Wawa at the north of Lake Superior Provincial Park is a good town for provisioning.
Guess I would have a lot more to add if that's the direction you're going. Pukaskwa National Park is pretty much a back country destination only. White Lake Provincial Park is interesting if you are into fishing -- but has huge cryptosporidiosis issues with their water supply -- only pull in there with full tanks and do not
hook up to any of their water.
We have not spent a lot of time at Neys Provincial Park but have spent a fair amount of time at Rainbow Falls & Sleeping Giant. Guess we need to hear if you're actually headed west or east from the Sault.