|Trail Name||Length||Hiking time||Difficulty||Description|
|Mr. Vallee Park||2.8 km(Linear)||45 min – 1 hour||Moderate||From near the centre of town you can find the very scenic trail leading up to Mr. Vallée Park and a beautiful Anderson Lake. This trail begins at Wawa Creek near the Township Municipal Garage and meanders upwards towards the quiet, beautiful Anderson Lake. There you will find a large picnic table and a small dock. This is a great place for kids to cast a line! Other than the stairs climbing the hill at the start of the trail, it is a fairly easy walk. There are quite a number of stairs, but the top affords a great view of the town! Please be careful with the stairs – unfortunately they need maintenance!|
|Magpie Voyageur Trail||2.75 km(Linear)||1 – 1.5 hours||Moderately Demanding||The Magpie Trail begins from adjacent the Pinewood Motel on Hwy. 17 across from the famous Wawa Goose and the Wawa Tourist Information Centre. Marked with 5 cm * 15 cm white rectangular blazes, the trail crosses private land and hikers are encouraged to respect the trail user’s code posted near the start. The trail follows the Magpie River to Scenic High Falls (2 hours) then continues on to Silver Falls in the Mission (1 hour). The trail is relatively easy although there are some moderately difficult climbs.|
|Michipicoten Post Provincial Post||3 km(Linear)||2.5 hours||Difficult||Approximately 10 km south of Wawa lies a Provincial Park which was once an Ojibway Native encampment and a fur trading post. Now an outdoor recreation site the Michipicoten Post Provincial Park is located at the union of the Michipicoten River and Michipicoten Harbour. There are no services provided in the park and camping is not allowed. This park is home to one of the largest accessible beaches on the Lake Superior shore, and a variety of relic arctic floral species and wildlife; including the Bald Eagle. Activities that are popular in the park include paddling up the Michipicoten River, fishing and hiking the Voyageur Trail, which runs through the park and south along the Lake Superior shoreline.Access to this park is not possible at this time due to a road access issue. Please respect the signs posted, and give respect to the landowner.|
|Silver Falls Trail||500 m(Linear)||30 min.||Easy(Family suited)||Note: Due to the Silver Falls Bridge being barricaded, drive 4.5 km south of Wawa, turn right off at Camp High Falls, following the Old Tote Road. At the stop sign turn right, and park at the barricade. From there walk about .2 kilometres to the Silver Falls Bridge and the Silver Falls Trail|
In the summer time, hiking can be done along the Cross Country Ski Trails.