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Oastler Lake

Oastler Lake Provincial Park - main photo of the park

What you'll like:

  • Set on the Boyne River, minutes from Parry Sound and Georgian Bay
  • Panoramic views from the waterfront campsites overlooking Oastler Lake
  • Summer hiking and biking on the nearby Seguin Recreational Trail
  • Great fishing for Rainbow Trout, pike and bass
  • Canoe rentals on site

Camping Experiences

By the Numbers

  • Total Campsites - 148
  • Electrical Campsites - 42

Camping

Make Oastler Lake a convenient base for exploring Parry Sound and Georgian Bay or relax in the park, enjoying the long, sandy beach. The park features scenic waterfront campsites in five campgrounds:  Beachside, Lakeview, The Point, Hardwood Hill and Riverside.  The Point offers walk-in campsites.  Enjoy scenic, rocky shorelines and access to summer hiking and winter ski trails.

You are in bear country so please take precautions to bear proof your site. Refer to the park tabloid for more information. 

Note: railway tracks near the park are used frequently.


 

Car Camping

The park provides car camping in five campgrounds. Each campground offers easy access to drinking water, toilets and a comfort station. There is also a small boat launch; a trailer dumping/filling station and a picnic shelter close by. Parking for one vehicle is allowed on the campsite and all other vehicles must park in the additional vehicle parking lot. The park has water filling stations throughout however there is a boil water advisory in effect.

 

Radio-Free Camping

The Point Campground is radio-free.

 

Walk-in Camping

Ten walk-in campsites are located on the tip of the peninsula in the Point Campground.  Parking for one vehicle per campsite is available and is approximately 100 to 300 metres from your campsite.

Highlights of Things to Do

  • Camp on a waterfront campsite overlooking Oastler Lake
  • Take a refreshing swim in beautiful Oastler Lake
  • Summer hiking and biking on the nearby Seguin Recreational Trail
  • Great fishing for Rainbow Trout, pike and bass
  • Canoe rentals available on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Have a family picnic at our picnic shelter over looking Oastler Lake
  • Make Oastler Lake a convenient base for exploring Parry Sound and Georgian Bay
  • Spend the day relaxing and enjoying nature

Just the Facts

 
Canoeing

Canoe rentals are available on first-come, first-served basis for campers.

 
Swimming

Oastler Lake boasts one of the best beaches in the Parry Sound Area. There is plenty of room to play a game of volleyball, build sand sculptures, or just relax on the beach.

 
Boating

This small inland lake is suitable for small boats less than 20 feet long. There is a boat launch and limited docking facilities on a first-come, first-served basis.

 
Fishing

Summer is the best time to fish for Rainbow Trout, pike and bass. Please refer to the Ontario Fishing Regulations for seasons.

 
Biking

Cycling on park roads is limited. Please wear your helmets and use extra caution. The Seguin Recreational Trail is a 5 km drive outside of the park, take exit 214 just off of Hwy. 400.

Amenities

Enjoy modern camping facilities on beautiful Oastler Lake.
 
Paddle your way across the lake in rental canoes with free Personal Floatation Device (PFD) rentals!

For the four legged campers, Oastler offers a pet friendly swimming area.

Just the Facts

 
Comfort Station(s)

Enjoy modern camping facilities on beautiful Oastler Lake. Comfort stations with showers and flush toilets are located in the campground.  Paddle your way across the lake in rental canoes with free Personal Floatation Device (PFD) rentals! For the four legged campers, Oastler offers a pet friendly swimming area.

 
Flush Toilets
 
Barrier Free Access

There are barrier-free showers and flush toilets in the comfort stations.

 
Day Use Area

Great place to spend the day swimming, having a family picnic or barbeque.

 
Boat Launch

Small launch, limited space, first come-first serve

 
Rentals

Canoes are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis, but may only be used within the park on Oastler Lake.

 
Park Store

Souvenirs, clothing and firewood are available for purchase at the Park Office. Groceries can be purchased in Parry Sound, just minutes down the road from the park.

 
Picnic Shelter

Reservations are recommended and can be made for a half day or full day.

 
Pet Exercise Area

The Pet Exercise Area includes a very small sandy beach, grassy area with a couple benches and picnic tables. It’s a great place to bring your pet for a swim off-leash.

Park Location

Campground Maps (online)

Online Map

Park Maps (pdf)

Park Overview - pdf

Fire Ban

None

There is no fire ban at this time.

Boil Water

Yes

A boil water advisory is in effect. Please boil water for two minutes.

Beach Posting

No

There is no beach posting at this time.


Oastler Lake Provincial Park

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