Restoule

Backcountry Camping

You can make an afternoon or day trip to many of the backcountry sites on Stormy and Clear Lakes. Accessible by foot, boat and canoe these sites also provide a jumping off point for a multi-day canoe route that will take you on a round trip from Restoule Provincial Park, to the French River, North to Lake Nipissing and then back to Restoule through Shoal and Bass Lakes. Rated at easy to moderate, there are well marked campsites and portages along this four to five day adventure.

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, a canoe route map or to check seasonal conditions, please call the park directly. 705 729-2010

Although significantly more adventurous, you can choose to hike into many of the backcountry campsites. This will be a mostly off-trail experience. A GPS, accurate map, appropriate gear and experience are all required to take advantage of these opportunities.

Car Camping

Putts Point and Bells Point feature campsites without electricity and three beaches; one of which is designated as pet friendly. 10 walk-in campsites are located on the shoreline in Bells Point Campground; these relatively secluded sites are less than five minutes from the parking lot and provide the best of the car camping and backcountry experiences.

Flush and vault toilets, laundry facilities and showers are available in Putts and Bells Point Campgrounds.

Kettle Point Campground contains the parks 97 electrical campsites. Large and small trailers alike will fit on all of the sites in Kettle Point where you will also find flush and vault toilets, laundry facilities and showers.

Group Camping

Three group campsites offer a secluded way to camp with your friends and family along the Restoule River.  Our sites will accommodate groups ranging in size from 15 to 100.

Potable water and vault toilets are available on site and access to the parks main trail head is nearby.

Reservations are required; please call the park directly beginning on the first business day of May. 705 729-2010

Walk-In Camping

These relatively 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 service this ten site campground on the shore of Restoule Lake.