Ojibway

Biking

Cycling is a popular way to explore the campground. Children are reminded to wear their helmets.

Boating

All boats are allowed in Ojibway’s numerous lakes.

Canoeing

Launch your canoe or rent one at the Park Office and enjoy exploring Little Vermilion Lake. The lakes in the park also link to longer canoe routes.

Fishing

The lakes in and around the park teem with Northern Pike, walleye, Smallmouth Bass and Lake Trout. A fish cleaning station, with running water and cutting tables, is located by the north boat launch. Huge Smallmouth Bass can be caught right from the dock!

Hiking

Boreal Walking Trail - 1.5 km, easy 
Along this trail through the boreal forest, larch and Jack Pines grow among White and Black Spruce and White Birch.

Lakeshore Trail – 6 km, moderate
Four interpretive stops explain the vegetation and geology found along the shore of Little Vermilion Lake.

Little Walking Trail - 0.8 km, easy 
Twelve interpretive stops along this trail describe the diversity of trees, plants and wildlife typical of the boreal forest.

Red pine Walking Trail - 0.5 km, easy
Learn about forest succession at the nine interpretive stops along this trail.

Ridge Bottom Trail - 2.8 km, moderate
A wide variety of lichens, soils and fungi is featured at the 14 interpretive stops along this trail.

Terry Lake Trail - 1.5 km, easy
The trail leads to Terry Lake where you can fish for Northern Pike and view wildlife such as moose.

Swimming

The Beach is located in the Day-Use area. The beach is marked with buoys. Please note: there are no lifeguards posted at the beaches and pets are not permitted.