Accessible by canoe, kayak, or paddleboard, these backcountry campsites provide an opportunity for easy access backcountry camping experiences. This makes them a great option for those interested in trying backcountry camping for the first time. They’re also great for young families looking for an easy 1 to 3 night camping experience.
Stormy Lake also acts as a jumping off point for multi-day canoe routes down the French River. A round trip route also exists from Restoule Provincial Park, to the French River, north to Lake Nipissing, and then back to Restoule through Shoal and Bass Lakes. The trip generally takes about four to five days.
High water levels may increase the difficulty of the rapids located along the Restoule and French Rivers. Low water levels may increase the number and length of portages on the north/south leg of the route through Shoal and Bass Lakes.
For more information on campsite locations and easy paddling routes check out our “Day Paddling Map” on the Maps page. For any other questions feel free to contact the park directly at (705) 729-2010.
Putts Point and Bells Point Campgrounds feature private campsites without electricity. Flush and vault toilets, laundry facilities and showers are available in Putts Campgrounds.
Kettle Point Campground contains the parks 97 electrical campsites. The campground also offers flush and vault toilets, laundry facilities and showers.
|Campsite||# People||Shelter Equipment||Washrooms||Hydro|
|Tents and trailers allowed||Privy on site. 15 min walk to comfort station||No|
|Tents only||2 min walk to privy. 15 min walk to comfort station||No|
|Tents and trailers allowed||Privy at site. 15 min walk to comfort station||Yes|
Reservations are required; please call the park directly beginning on the first business day of May at (705) 729-2010.
If you like privacy these secluded sites are less than five minutes from the parking lot and provide the best of the car and backcountry experiences. Potable water and a composting toilet provide services for this small campground on the north shore of Restoule Lake.