Babawasse Campground is comprised of 74 campsites, all of which have 15 and 30 amp electrical connections. A small comfort station provides flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities and is centrally located. Playground equipment is offered at the small private camper’s beach. The name “Babwasee” finds its roots in the Ojibway language meaning “a lake is seen through the woods”.
Jingwakoki Campground offers 137 campsites, 20 of which have 15 and 30 amp electrical connections. A comfort station located at the campground entrance provides, flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. Playground equipment is offered at the shallow, sandy beach located on the northwest shore of Moore Lake. The Ojibway name Jingwakoki aptly describes the campground setting meaning “pine forest or tall pines”
The Neiashi group campsite is available to larger, organized groups who prefer to camp in a more remote setting away from the car campground area. The site can accommodate both trailers and tent, and has a water tap and basic toilet facilities. The site is located on the Amable du Fond River.