Need a Map of Lake Superior?

Map of Lake Superior

You will want a map of Lake Superior for a variety of reasons.

You may need a Lake Superior map for traveling the North Shore in Minnesota or as a guide for taking the complete Lake Superior Circle Tour.

Our "inland sea" is the destination, or starting point, for many of the best Minnesota vacations.

Our favorite Lake Superior map book is Lake Superior, The Ultimate Guide to the Region.

This book contains maps and guides for visiting Lake Superior lighthouses, scuba diving Lake Superior, kayaking the Lake Superior water trail or identifying locations of Lake Superior shipwrecks.

More Lake Superior Maps

Maps of the Lake Superior Water Trail: The area along the North Shore of Lake Superior is a canoeist's and kayaker's paradise. You can find:

  • Interactive maps: Browse the Lake Superior Water Trail maps online, print specific segments, get route descriptions.
  • Downloadable maps: Click on a map image to download a PDF version of the map for that section of the Lake Superior Water Trail.
  • Order printed maps: Minnesota Department of Naatural Resources map and brochure order instructions.

Map of Lake Superior Waterfalls: Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes and it is also the most abundantly blessed with waterfalls. A large number of beautiful waterfalls can be found, and photographed, along Minnesota's North Shore. As you travel a 150 mile stretch of Lake Superior's shoreline you will find several state parks and over a dozen easily visited waterfalls.

Lake Superior Lighthouses Map: Some of the most frequently photographed attractions around Lake Superior are its lighthouses. The most visited lighthouse along the North Shore of Lake Superior is the Split Rock lighthouse. There are many more. Go to the link to the lighthouse map and click on a lighthouse name or icon for more information on that lighthouse.

Map of Shipwrecks in Lake Superior: Even if you are not interested in scuba diving Lake Superior, shipwreck lore is a fascinating study. The most famous recent lake Superior shipwreck is that of the Edmund Fitzgerald which was lost, along with its twenty-nine men, on November 10, 1975.

Lake Superior Circle Tour Map: Includes Circle Tour Route information, locations of major shipwrecks, major lighthouses, topographic representations, a list of Lake Superior facts, a map of the St. Lawrence Seaway through the Great Lakes and a listing of businesses and organizations around the lake who cater to travelers.

The 1,300-mile circle tour by highway around the world’s largest and most famous freshwater lake is an amazing adventure. Enjoy this great lake's natural beauty as you explore the vistas of water, shoreline, cliffs and beaches. This international journey around Lake Superior encompasses both Canadian and American cultures and attractions.

Lake Superior Scientific Maps from UMD: This map of Lake Superior displays the Ecological Classification Systems for the Lake Superior Basin and shows the basic infrastructure within the Lake Superior Basin. Some of the data displayed includes: roads, railroads, wetlands, rivers, transmission lines, and powerlines. This map also displays the Quaternary Geology for the Lake Superior Basin.

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Related Pages:

Lake Superior North Shore

Lake Superior Circle Tour

Lake Superior Vacation Rentals

Lake Superior Lighthouses

Scuba Diving Lake Superior

Lake Superior Fishing Charters

Lake Superior Ice

Lake Superior Agates

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