Campsite vacancy highlights: June 1 – June 3

It might be feeling like summer, but June is just beginning and we’ve still got cabins and yurts available for this weekend (including yurts side by side in Algonquin)!

You’ll also find lots of electrical campsites in this week’s preview.

Scout out your ideal campsite on our Campsite Browsing/Reservation tool (including pictures of most campsites!), or check out these featured campsites (available as of noon on May 31, 2018):

Southwestern Ontario

Inverhuron Provincial Park

Gravelly, but shady camp ground surrounded by tall trees, including a fire pit
Site 233, Holmes Bay Campground.  Tent camping and RVs up to and over 32′ (electrical)

Prized for its sandy beach, dunes and glorious sunsets, this diverse park also includes a wetland and a young hardwood forest. Located on the shores of Lake Huron, Inverhuron is steeped in history.

Inverhuron is 3 hours from Toronto, and 2 hours from London.

Pinery Provincial Park

Pine covered campground with shade and picnic table with firepit
Site 839, Riverside Area 4. Tent camping or RVs up to 18 ft (electrical)

This breathtakingly beautiful park offers 10 km of sand beach on the shores of mighty Lake Huron. National Geographic ranks Pinery’s sunsets among the “Top 10 Best in the World!”

Rent a canoe, hydro bike, paddleboat, or kayak to explore the Old Ausable Channel, a provincially significant wetland.

Pinery is 1 hour from London or Sarnia.

Southeastern Ontario

Sibbald Point Provincial Park

Shady deciduous campsite, surrounded by leaves and trees
Site 506, Hardwoods Campground. Tent camping or RVs up to and over 32′ (electrical)

The blue waters of Lake Simcoe and the sandy beaches of the park are ideal for family swimming. Also, because of its size, Lake Simcoe is the perfect place for sailing and motorboats. Lake trout, bass, whitefish, pike, yellow pickerel and jumbo perch are abundant in Lake Simcoe.

Sibbald Point is just over 1 hour from Toronto. 

Charleston Lake Provincial Park

Rustic cabin in a pine forest on the shore with a dock
Tall Pines Cabin

**Waterfront site alert!**

Need a quiet escape? Located on the eastern shore of Charleston Lake, this rustic cabin is water access only. There is no electricity service at this cabin, but solar-powered interior lights and a mini-fridge are provided. A composting outhouse is nearby. Relax in Muskoka chairs on the deck while you watch the sunset.

Charleston Lake is under 1 hour from Kingston, 2 hours from Ottawa, and 3 hours from Toronto.

Near North

Algonquin Provincial Park (Mew Lake)

Green yurt with propane BBQ, picnic table and fire pit
Yurts, 38 and 36, Hydro Campground

Located along the Highway 60 corridor, Mew Lake Campground in Algonquin has great access to hiking and biking trails and is known for excellent fishing and birding.

Each yurt available (there are two side by side!) is equipped with a table and chairs, as well as two sets of futon bunk beds (sleeps up to six). The yurt has electrical heat, fluorescent lighting, and one electrical outlet. Outside, yurt sites are equipped with a picnic table and fire pit.

Mew Lake is located 2 hours north of Barrie, and 3 hours west of Ottawa. 

Killarney Provincial Park 

Yurt, Y6 George Lake A (two available)

Experience the vast wilderness of Killarney in comfort this weekend in a highly sought-after George Lake yurt. These yurts sleep six people on two sets of bunk beds; each a double lower mattress and twin upper mattress. Inside, your yurt has lighting, electric heat and a power outlet.

Outside you will find a propane barbecue, two picnic tables and a fire pit. Yurts 3 and 6 (both currently available!) also have an outdoor dining area with roof. A metal bear proof food storage locker is available at each yurt.

Killarney is 1 hour south of Sudbury, and 4 hours north of Toronto.

Northeastern Ontario

René Brunelle Provincial Park

Lovely wood cabin surrounded by birch trees, right on the water
Camp Cabin, Site 100

**Waterfront site alert!**

Right on the shore of Remi Lake, this cabin features a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker and counter space. There is a dining table and chairs for inside meals. Outside you will find a gas barbeque and picnic table. A propane/electric fireplace provides additional comfort.

There are excellent paddling opportunities on Remi Lake, especially exploring the park’s undeveloped north shore, and the park rents canoes and kayaks.

This is an ecological region known as the Boreal Forest, often called the songbird nursery because so many nest here each summer. The four sandy beaches, shallow, clear water and buoyed areas are perfect for family swimming.

René Brunelle is less than 2 hours from Timmins.

Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

Lovely light wood cabin with big windows looking out on to the lake.
Camp Cabin, Site 43

**Waterfront site alert!**

The Camp Cabin features a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker and counter space. There is a dining table and chairs for inside meals. Outside you will find a gas barbeque, picnic table and breathtaking view of Fushimi Lake. A propane/electric fireplace provides additional comfort.

Fushimi Lake offers great fishing opportunities for walleye, northern pike, whitefish and yellow perch. You can clean your catch at the fish hut next to the boat launch.

Fushimi Lake is 3.5 hours from Timmins. 

Northwestern Ontario

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

Large Trailer on a campsite in the boreal
On-site trailer, Sites 211, 213, 215 all currently available (electrical)

At Sleeping Giant, you can enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Superior from the Top of the Giant Trail and Thunder Bay Lookout, or explore 80+ km of incredible hiking trails with many spectacular geological features such as the “Sea Lion.”

Sites 211, 213, 215 include a 30’ travel trailer with dinette, couch slide, cook stove, fridge, air conditioner, TV, DVD player, heater, shower and two sinks with potable water, double over double bunk beds and separate bedroom with double bed. Campsite includes electricity, campfire pit and picnic table.

And all three of these trailer-equipped sites are currently available! Invite your friends and family to book as well, for a weekend of togethering.

Sleeping Giant is 1 hour from Thunder Bay on the shores of Lake Superior.

Rushing River Provincial Park

Trailer with large pine and shrubbery surrounding
On-site trailer, Site 403. Two available (electrical)

Rushing River is a favourite family camping destination with beaches, playgrounds, hiking trails and endless opportunities for exploring.

Rushing River’s on-site trailer includes dinette, couch slide, screened in add-a-room, cook stove, fridge, air conditioner, heater, shower and two sinks with potable water.

Rushing River is 2.5 hours from Winnipeg.

Book these sites if you want to camp on a whim or check out our online Campsite Browsing Tool!