- Effective August 15th, 2018 at 6:00pm there is no access permitted within the fire perimeter located within French River Provincial Park. This area includes campsite numbers 130, 910, 911, 912, 913, 914, 915, 916, 917, 926, 925, 929. All travel to and from these campsites or areas within the fire perimeter are strictly prohibited for park users. This restriction will ensure the safety of fire operations still happening in the area, and the extreme hazards presented as a result of the fire.
- All other areas of French River Provincial are open to the public.
- For more information on visiting French River Provincial Park Please contact 1-705-857-1630
- For more information related to travel restrictions please contact the Parry Sound or Sudbury District MNRF offices.
- For a map of the restricted travel area please see the following website; http://www.affes.mnr.gov.on.ca/extranet/bulletin_Boards/province/PAR01.pdf
What You'll Like :
A river of national historic significance the French River is the first designated Canadian Heritage River
Paddle the route of Indigenous people, French Explorers, fur traders and Voyageurs
A 105 kilometre canoe route of interconnected lakes, gorges and rapids from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay
Georgian Bay coastal kayaking is available through the French River Delta
A variety of experiences ranging from wilderness paddling to motorboating, fishing and private lodges
The award-winning French River Visitor Centre on Highway 69 with its “Voices of the River” exhibit
(705) 857-1630 summer
(705)287-2900 winter Size: 73530.00 ha Year established: 1989 Park Classification: Waterway