Campground Name: Aaron

Park or Managed Land: Aaron Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
98
Serviced Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Local Paper: Dryden Observer
Weather:
Dryden Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Aaron Provincial Park
Access:
From the 11 east of Fort Francis take the 502 north to the 17. Follow the 17 the east of Dryden
to the park.

Note:
Thunder Lake near Dryden in the Sunset Country Region region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Achrey - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
40
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Achrey is not located along the main park corridor but is access from highway 17 northeast of the park. Follow highway 28 to the Sand Lake Gate then follow the park road into Grand Lake.
Note:
Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Agawa Bay

Park or Managed Land:
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
153
Serviced Sites:
38
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Lake Superior Park Maps
Official Website: Lake Superior Provincial Park
Access:
Lake Superior Provincial Park is located on the shores of its namesake on highway 17 between Sault Ste Marie and Wawa.
Note:
Exquisite scenery in an accesible rugged area. This is some of Superiors best. - Wawa Guide - Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce - Sault Ste.Marie Guide - Sault Ste.Marie Directory

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Campground Name: Albion Hills

Park or Managed Land: Albion Hills Conservation Area
Region:
Toronto Region
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
260
Serviced Sites:
260
Swimming:
No
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
-
On-Line Reservations:
-
Weather:
Toronto Weather
Official Website:
Albion Hills Conservation Area
Access:
From Toronto take the 7 west of the 427 to Hwy 50. Drive north passed Bolton about 8km to the CA.
Note:
Access to the Bruce Trail the CA also has very good mountain biking. - Out-There's Toronto Region - City of Toronto - Toronto Region Conservation Authority

 

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Name: Algonquin

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin Ontario
Province:
Ontario

Campgrounds:

 

Note: Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Arrowhead

Park or Managed Land: Arrowhead Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
388
Serviced Sites:
115
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Map:
Park Map
Official Website:
Arrowhead Provincial Park
Access:
The park is located in the Cental Northern region just outside of Huntsville off highway 11, just north of the highway 60 junction. From Toronto take the 400 to the 11 then the 60. From Ottawa follow the 17 north to the Renfrew exit then follow the 60 through Algonquin Park then head north on the 11. From the west take the 11 south at North Bay.
Note:
Located in the beautiful Muskoka region just outside of the western gate of Algonquin Park.- City of Huntswille Guide - Muskoka Region Guide - Out-There's Algonquin Provincial Park

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Campground Name: Awenda - Out-There's Awenda Provincial Park

Park or Managed Land: Awenda Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
325, WC
Serviced Sites:
74, Wheelchair
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Maps:
Park Maps
Weather: Park Weather
Official Website:
Awenda Provincial Park
Access:
The park is located in the Central Northern Region just north of Penetanguishene From the 401 take the 400 north to exit 121 passed Barrie then head north on the 93. From Penetanquishene follow the signs to the park.
Note:
On the shores of Georgian Bay this is a beautiful park which shares the shoreline with Georgian Bay Islands National Park. The nearest towns are Penetanquishene, Midland and Barrie, with Barrie being the largest center in the North Central Ontario Region but its a fair distance south of the park.

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Campground Name: Balsam Lake

Park or Managed Land: Balsam Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario South
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
505
Serviced Sites:
213
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Map:
Park Map
Official Website: Balsam Lake Provincial Park
Access:
The lake and the park is to the east of Lake Simcoe from the south take highway 12 north from the 401, and contiue east along the 48 to the cut off road to the park. From the north take highway 69 along from the Sudbury or 11 from North Bay to the intersection of highway 48. Follow 48 east to the cutoff for the park.
Note:
Located along the Trent River, on the historic Trent Severn Waterway, this a popular park for campers and boaters. The nearest large centers in the Kawartha Lakes region are Orillia to the west and Lindsey in the south.

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Campground Name: Bass Lake

Park or Managed Land: Bass Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
182
Serviced Sites:
88, Wheelchair
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Map:
Park Map
Official Website: Bass Lake Provincial Park
Access:
Just outside Orillia on highway 12. From the south take high 400 from the north take highway 69 to the 12.
Note:
Northwest of Orillia in the Georgain Triangle Region this is a popular park for campers.

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Campground Name: Birches - Out-There's Bruce Peninsula National Park

Park or Managed Land: Bruce Peninsula National Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
97
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
In the park.
Flush Toilets:
Vault Toilets Only
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Weather:
Tobermory Weather
Official Website:
Bruce Peninisula National Park
Access:
From highway 70 north of Owen Sound you take highway 6 north into the park.
Note:
The park has hiking, backpacking, along the famous Bruce Trail, lake canoeing along with excellent scuba diving and sea kayaking. Kayakers with less than expert skills should seek out a guide. The nearest town is Tobermory at the tip of the peninsula. - Bruce County Website

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Campground Name: Blue Lake

Park or Managed Land: Blue Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
196, WC Access
Serviced Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Dryden Weather
Park Map: Park Maps
Official Website:
Blue Lake Provincial Park
Access:
From the 17 at Vermilion Bay take the 647 northeast the short distance to the park.
Note:
A wilderness park near Dryden in the Sunset Country Region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Bon Echo

Park or Managed Land: Bon Echo Provincial Park
Region:
Ontario East
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
530
Serviced Sites:
132
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website:
Bone Echo Provincial Park
Access:
From the 401 in the south take the 41 north just west of Kingston. Follow the highway passed Kaladar just passed the junction of the 506. From Ottawa you can take the 7 to Kaladar then head north. From Pembroke follow the 41 south.
Note:
A very popular park, known for it's towering cliffs, canoeing and hiking located in the Mazinaw Area of the Eastern Ontario region of Ontario. - Friends of Bone Echo - Bon Echo Store and Marina

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Campground Name: Bonnechere

Park or Managed Land: Bonnechere Provincial Park
Region:
Ontario East
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
128
Serviced Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Pembroke Weather
Maps: Park Maps
Official Website:
Bonnechere Provincial Park
Access:
From the 17 north of Ottawa take the 62 west at Pembroke to the lake.
Note:
A very nice camping park with a nice sandy beach on Round Lake. The Bonnechere River flows from Algonquin Provincial Park and empties into the lake. The nearest towns are Pembroke to the east and Barry's Bay in the south both of which are located in the Eastern Ontario region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Brent - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
29
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Brent is not located on the parks main corridor. Access is from the 17 north of the park and just east of the town of Deux Rivieres.
Note: Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Bronte Creek

Park or Managed Land: Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Region:
Southwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
144
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes, Pool
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Reservations
Weather:
Oakville Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Access:
From the Queen Elizabeth Way west of Toronto take exit 111 north on Bronte Road and follow the signs into the park.
Note:
Bicycle, BBQs, and cross country ski rentals are available. The nearest urban center is the town of Oakville in Southwestern Ontario.

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Campground Name: Caliper Lake

Park or Managed Land: Caliper Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
83
Serviced Sites:
26
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Weather:
Fort Francis Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website:
Caliper Lake Provincial Park
Access:
Located on the 71 between the Minnisota border and highway 17.
Note:
North of Fort Francis in the Lake of Woods Area of the Sunset Country Region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Canisbay Lake - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
242, WC
Serviced Sites:
66
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Canisbay Lake is located near the middle of the park along the main corridor, highway 60.
Note: Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Carson Lake

Park or Managed Land: Carson Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Ontario East
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
34
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
Carson Lake Provincial Park
Access:
Carson lake is located just west of Barry's Bay on the 60 which leads through Algonquin. From the east exit the 17 and follow the 60 west from Renfrew.
Note:
A nice little campground with two lakes for some leisurly paddling just to the northwest of Barry's Bay in the Eastern Ontario region of Ontario. - Out-There's Algonquin Park

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Campground Name: Charleston Lake

Park or Managed Land: Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Ontario East
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
236
Serviced Sites:
83, Wheelchair
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Kingston Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Access:
Just east of Gananoque on the 401, take the highway 3 north to the park.
Note:
This is a very nice park with easily accessed interior camping. Many of the interior sites can be accessed by water and on foot. Located north east of Kingston and northeast or Gananoque in the Eastern Ontario region of Ontario.

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Campground Name: Chutes

Park or Managed Land: Chutes Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
130 WC
Serviced Sites:
56
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Weather:
Sudbury Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Chutes Provincial Park
Access:
Just outside of Massey on the 17 north of Manitoulin Island.
Note:
On the Aux Sables River between Sault Ste Marie and Sudbury .

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Campground Name: Coon Lake - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
49
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Coon Lake is a smaller campground located just off of the main corridor and above rock lake.
Note: Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Craigleith

Park or Managed Land: Craigleith Provincial Park
Region:
Craigleith Central Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
172
Serviced Sites:
66
Swimming:
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Maps:
Park Maps
Weather: Collingwood Weather
Official Website: Craigleith Provincial Park
Access:
Craigleith is locaed ont the southern shores of Georgian Bay between Owen Sound and Collingwood.
Note:
On the shores of Georgian Bay vacationers have made this a popular destination. The park is located in the Georgain Triangle Region, with the town of Collingwood just to the east and Owen Sound to the west.

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Campground Name: Cresent Lake

Park or Managed Land: Lake Superior Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
36
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Lake Superior Park Maps
Official Website: Lake Superior Provincial Park
Access:
Lake Superior Provincial Park is located on the shores of its namesake on highway 17 between Sault Ste Marie and Wawa.
Note:
Exquisite scenery in an accesible rugged area. This is some of Superiors best. - Wawa Guide - Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce - Sault Ste.Marie Guide - Sault Ste.Marie Directory

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Campground Name: Darlington

Park or Managed Land: Darlington Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario South
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
315
Serviced Sites:
135
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Oshawa Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website:
Darlington Provincial Park
Access:
Darlington is just to the east of Oshawa off the 401.
Note:
Located close to Toronto just outside Oshawa, this park provides camping with some sites overlooking Lake Ontario.

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Campground Name: Dawson Trail

Park or Managed Land: Quetico Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
107
Serviced Sites:
49
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Quetico Provincial Park
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website:
Quetico Provincial Park
Access:
The campgrounds are located just off highway 11 at French Lake. The park is located between Fort Francis and Thunder Bay northwest of Superior.
Note:
A wilderness area and one of the worlds best canoeing areas located west of Thunder Bay above Lake Superior in the Sunset Country Region of Ontario.
Other Links: The Quetico Foundation
Quetico Park, Canoe Country, Boundary Waters Canoe Area

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Campground Name: Driftwood

Park or Managed Land: Driftwood Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
80
Serviced Sites:
20
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/drif.html
Access:
Just to the north east of Deep River off the 17.
Note:
Just north of Algonquin on the upper Ottawa river. - Out-There's Algonquin Park

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Campground Name: Earl Rowe

Park or Managed Land: Earl Rowe Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
365, WC
Serviced Sites:
163
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
Earl Rowe Provincial Park
Access:
The park is just off the 89 east of Alliston. From Toronto take the 400 north and the 89 east.
Note:
A nice park for campers to kick back in.

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Campground Name: Emily

Park or Managed Land: Emily Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario South
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
299
Serviced Sites:
125
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/emil.html
Access:
The park is located between Lindsey and Peterborough. Take the 7B west to the 10 north from Peterborough.
Note:
Not far from Peterborough birders visit to observe the nesting Osprey.

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Campground Name: Esker Lakes

Park or Managed Land: Esker Lakes Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
100
Serviced Sites:
63
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/eske.html
Access:
From the North Bay take the 11 north to 66 then head east and take the 672 north to the park.
Note:
Located east of Timmins above Kirkland Lake

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Campground Name: Fairbank

Park or Managed Land: Fairbank Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
160 WC
Serviced Sites:
40
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/fair.html
Access:
From the south take the 11 or 69 north. Follow the 17 to the park just to the east of Sudbury.
Note:
Located west of Sudbury on the way to the Sault.

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Campground Name: Ferris

Park or Managed Land: Ferris Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario South
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
163
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/ferr.html
Access:
From the 401 west of Trenton take the 30 north. The park is just to the south of Cambellford.
Note:
On the edge of the Trent River, well known amongst boaters the park is north of Trenton.

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Campground Name: Finlayson Point

Park or Managed Land: Finlayson Point Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
117 WC
Serviced Sites:
33
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/finl.html
Access:
From North Bay take the 11 north. The park is just outside of the town of Tamagami south of New Liskeard.
Note:
The park is on the edge of the famous Tamagami canoeing region.

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Campground Name: Fitzroy

Park or Managed Land: Fitzroy Provincial Park
Region:
Ontario East
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
235, WC
Serviced Sites:
106, Wheelchair
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WCWC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/fitz.html
Access:
Follow the 17 north of Ottawa take the 40 to the 9 or take the 22 south of Arnprior.
Note:
Nicely situated on the river just north of Ottawa this is a great place to camp and enjoy the lazy summer days.

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Campground Name: Fushimi Lake

Park or Managed Land: Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
44
Serviced Sites:
24
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/fush.html
Access:
Not far outside Hearst just off the 11 west of Kapuskasing.
Note:
Well north of Wawa and north of Hurst it has abundant wildlife

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Campground Name: George Lake - Out-There's Killarney

Park or Managed Land: Killarney Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
126
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
No
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
Killarney Provincial Park
Access:
Killarney is located just east of Manitoulin Island on the shores of Georgian Bay. Take highway 69 north from the 400, then follow the 637 about 50km east to the park.
Note:
On of the worlds most beautiful parks the front country sites provide a great staging area for trips into the interior. The nearest city is Sudbury north of the park.

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Campground Name: Glen Rouge

Park or Managed Land: Rouge Park
Region:
Toronto
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
124
Serviced Sites:
87
Swimming:
Yes, Lake Ontario Beach
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Boat Launch:
Phone Reservations:
On-Line Reservations:
Weather:
Toronto Weather
Official Website:
Rouge Park
Access:
From Toronto take the 401 to exit 392 and head south to Kingston Road then head west a short distance to the park.
Note:
This park is nothing short of amazing given its location in one of North America's larges urban centers. You can actually use the Toronto transit system to get access to the park.

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Campground Name: Greenwater

Park or Managed Land: Greenwater Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
90
Serviced Sites:
38
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WCWC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/gree.html
Access:
From the south follow the 11. The park is just to the west of Cochrane.
Note:
Outside of Cochrane, the park has a number of lakes.

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Campground Name: Bruce Group Camping 1,2,3 - Out-There's Bruce Peninsula National Park

Park or Managed Land: Bruce Peninsula National Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
Serviced Sites:
Swimming:
In the park.
Flush Toilets:
Vault toilets only.
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
kWeather:
Tobermory Weather
Official Website:
Bruce Peninisula National Park
Access:
From highway 70 north of Owen Sound you take highway 6 north into the park.
Note:
The park has hiking, backpacking, along the famous Bruce Trail, lake canoeing along with excellent scuba diving and sea kayaking. Kayakers with less than expert skills should seek out a guide. There are three separate group camping areas. Check with the park for more details. The nearest town is Tobermory at the tip of the peninsula. - Bruce County Website

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Campground Name: Gundy Lake

Park or Managed Land: Grundy Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
490
Serviced Sites:
80
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WCWC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/grun.html
Access:
From Toronto follow the 400 north to the 69. Continue passed Parry Sound and Sturgeon Bay. The park is just to the south of the French River.
Note:
Just south of the famous French River canoe route.

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Campground Name: Halfway Lake

Park or Managed Land: Halfway Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
215 WC
Serviced Sites:
120
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/half.html
Access:
From the south take the 17 take the 144 north from Sudbury.
Note:
A wilderness park with excellent canoeing north of Sudbury.

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Campground Name: Hattie Cove

Park or Managed Land: Pukaskwa National Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
67
Serviced Sites:
29
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Official Website:
Pukaskwa National Park
Access:
From Toronto take the 400 to the 69 to the 17 west. Head south into the park along the 627 just before Marathon.
Note:
The park has hiking, backpacking, white water paddling and sea kayaking (experts or with a guide). The park is located in the Northeastern Region of Ontario between Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay.

 

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Campground Name: Indian Line

Park or Managed Land: Indian Line Conservation Area
Region:
Toronto Region
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
240
Serviced Sites:
Yes
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
On-Line Reservations:
Weather:
Toronto Weather
Official Website:
Indian Line Conservation Area
Access:
This CA has even got a city address, 7625 Finch Avenue! Follow Finch west from Toronto just west of Hwy 427 and just to the north of the 401.
Note:
Swimming. The campground has a dumping station. Out-There's Toronto Region - City of Toronto - Toronto Region Conservation Authority.

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Campground Name: Ipperwash

Park or Managed Land: Ipperwash Provincial Park
Region:
Southwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
266, WC
Serviced Sites:
114
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/ippe.html
Access:
The park is just to the northeast of Sarnia along highway 21 on the shores of Lake Huron.
Note:
The park is closed temporarily, chech with Parks Ontario for the current status.

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Campground Name: Ivanhoe Lake

Park or Managed Land: Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
120
Serviced Sites:
63
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/ivan.html
Access:
From the south either follow the 11 and take the 101 west passed Timmins or take the 144 from the 17 at Sudbury and follow the 101 west. The park is just to the east of Chapleau.
Note:
Between Timmins and Chapleau west of the Preserve

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Campground Name: Kakabeka Falls

Park or Managed Land: Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
169
Serviced Sites:
90
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/kaka.html
Access:
North of Superior the park is located just to the west of Thunder Bay on the 11/17.
Note:
Located near Thunder Bay. Named after the beautiful falls in the park.

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Campground Name: Kap-Kip-Iwan

Park or Managed Land: Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
62
Serviced Sites:
32
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/kap.html
Access:
From the south follow the 11 passed North Bay. The park is located just outside Englehart north of New Liskeard.
Note:
Located to the south of Kirkland Lake.

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Campground Name: Kearney Lake - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
103, WC
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Kearney Lake is located on the main corridor, highway 60.
Note:
Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Kettle Lakes

Park or Managed Land: Kettle Lakes Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
137
Serviced Sites:
93
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/kett.html
Access:
From the south follow the 11 north to the 67 south of Cochrane or from Sudbury take the 144 north to the 101 and onto the 67.
Note:
Dotted with lakes the park is just east of Timmins.

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Campground Name: Killbear

Park or Managed Land: Killbear Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
882 WC
Serviced Sites:
147
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/kilb.html
Access:
Killbear is located just north of the 124 junction off of route 69. The park is on the shores of Georgian Bay.
Note:
A very popular camping park with excellent beaches along Georgian Bay.

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Campground Name: Kiosk - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
17
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
No
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Kiosk is not on the parks main corridor but is accessed from highway 17 north of the park. Follow the 630 from the 17 west of Mattawa.
Note:
Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Lake of Two Rivers - Out-There's Algonquin Park

Park or Managed Land: Algonquin Provincial Park
Region:
Algonquin
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
241, WC
Serviced Sites:
160
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Weather:
Park Weather
Maps:
Park Maps
Official Website: Algonquin Provincial Park
Access:
Lake of Two Rivers is located on the parks main corridor, highway 60.
Note:
Algonquin is a world famous canoe park with lots more to offer curious visitors. The park may be access from the main corridor along highway 60 or from several locations off of highways 17 and 11. Along highway 17 northeast of the park you'll find the town of Deep River in the Ottawa Valley region of Eastern Ontario and to the northwest is the town of North Bay in the North Eastern Region of Ontario. For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Algonquin

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Campground Name: Lake St Peter

Park or Managed Land: Lake St Peter Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario South
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
65
Serviced Sites:
None
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
Yes
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/lakep.html
Access:
The park is located south of Algonquin's eastern entrance off highway 127, just to the south of Whitney. From the 401 take highway 62 north from Belleville to Maynooth then follow the 127.
Note:
South of Algonqiun the park has several nice beaches. - Out-There's Algonquin Park

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Name: Lake Superior

Park or Managed Land: Lake Superior Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario

Campgrounds:

 

For more information on the park have a look at Out-There's Lake Superior Provincial Park

 

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Campground Name: Long Point - Out-There's Long Point Provincial Park

Park or Managed Land: Long Point Provincial Park
Region:
Southwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
256
Serviced Sites:
78
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/long.html
Access:
From the 401 east of London take highway 19 south to Tillsonburgh then head east on the 3 then follow the 59 south.
Note:
World renown birding area along Lake Erie, try a visit during migration. It's cousin to the west, Point Pelee has been designated as a National Park.

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Campground Name: MacGregor Point

Park or Managed Land: MacGregor Point Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
360, WC
Serviced Sites:
145, Wheelchair
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
Yes
Boat Launch:
No
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/macg.html
Access:
Located on highway 21 just south of Port Elgin along Lake Hurons shores.
Note:
Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Huron just to the south of Southampton/Port Elgin, at the base of the Bruce Peninsula.
The park is well known by naturalists.

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Campground Name: MacLoed

Park or Managed Land: MacLoed Provincial Park
Region:
Northwestern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
94
Serviced Sites:
28
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/macl.html
Access:
Located off highway 11 east of the town of Lake Nipigon.
Note:
Kenogamisis Lake, a distance north of Superior above Terrace Bay

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Campground Name: Mara

Park or Managed Land: Mara Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
105
Serviced Sites:
36
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
Yes
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/mara.html
Access:
Mara Provincial Park is located off of highway 12 on the north eastern shores of Lake Simcoe.
Note:
Locate outside of Orillia (across the bridge) the park boasts a fine beach along Lake Simcoe.

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Campground Name: Marten River

Park or Managed Land: Marten River Provincial Park
Region:
Northeastern Ontario
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
190
Serviced Sites:
62
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
WC
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
No
On-Line Reservations:
No
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/mart.html
Access:
Off highway 11 south of the town of Marten River and north of North Bay.
Note:
Located at the southern reaches of the Tamagami region an area well known for its canoeing.

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Campground Name: McRea Point

Park or Managed Land: McRea Point Provincial Park
Region:
Central Ontario North
Province:
Ontario
Total Number of Sites:
202, WC
Serviced Sites:
165
Swimming:
Yes
Flush Toilets:
WC
Showers:
WC
Laundromat:
No
Boat Launch:
Yes
Phone Reservations:
Yes
On-Line Reservations:
Yes
Official Website:
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/mcra.html
Access:
McRea Point Provincial Park is located off highway 12 on the north eastern shores of Lake Simcoe.
Note:
Located on the eastern shores of Lake Simcoe.

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