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Fall RVing in northwestern Ontario

No bugs, no crowds — just natural beauty topped by autumn’s splendour. Fall is the perfect time to pack up the trailer and head out on an adventure!

Ready to hit the road? Here’s our list of top parks for fall RVing in northwestern Ontario:

**NOTE** After Labour Day, campsites are first come, first served at most of the parks below.

Lake Superior Provincial Park

Closes October 9, 2017

hiker looking down from lookout at rolling hills of fall foliage over Lake Superior

Looking for fall colours? You’ll discover full autumnal splendour at Lake Superior!

Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground is situated on an inland lake with a small beach area, close to Hwy 17. There is a comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry and a trailer dump and fill station.

Agawa Bay Campground is located right on Lake Superior, on a 3 km beach. More than half of the campsites have a view of Lake Superior. Facilities include two comfort stations with flush toilets, showers, and laundry, as well as a trailer dump and fill station. Plus, the Agawa Visitor Centre is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all week long!

White Lake Provincial Park

Closes September 24, 2017

White Lake PP sunset

Most campsites are sheltered under the pines and some skirt the shore of White Lake. A comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities is centrally located in Moccasin Flower campground. Many sites can accommodate large recreational vehicles. There are two trailer sanitation stations — one in the campground and one located near the gatehouse.

MacLeod Provincial Park

Closes September 24, 2017

starry night in campground

Named after an abandoned gold mine, this park is located on a peninsula in Kenogamisis Lake. The park has two comfort stations centrally located in the campground.

Rainbow Falls — Rossport Campground

Closes October 9, 2017

trailer at Rainbow Falls by water

Located on the south side of Highway 17, this campground is situated along the shoreline of the pristine Lake Superior. Comfort stations and laundry are easily accessible.

Don’t forget to head to the day use area for a panoramic view of the sheltering Rossport Islands in Lake Superior, a group of islands that make this area such a water/nature lover’s paradise.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

Closes October 9, 2017

Sleeping Giant RVs and People

Campers enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Superior and the surrounding area from the Top of the Giant Trail and Thunder Bay Lookout. The park also boasts over 80 km of incredible hiking trails with many spectacular geological features such as the Sea Lion and Tee Harbour.

Two comfort stations in the Marie Louise Lake Campground feature showers, flush toilets and laundry facilities. In the fall, the Visitor Centre and store are open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

Closes October 9, 2017

kakabeka falls

The falls are gorgeous in any season, and the park is located conveniently on the highway, just outside Thunder Bay!

Whispering Hills has electrical hookups with some pull-through campsites. Amenities include comfort stations, laundry facilities and showers. The trailer sanitary station is located by the entrance to this campground.

Quetico Provincial Park

Closes October 9, 2017

Quetico PP Fall RV on Hwy 11.

Quetico’s Dawson Trail Campground welcomes campers until Thanksgiving.  Flush toilets, showers, laundry and water taps are all nearby.

Many campsites are lakefront with direct access to water. This wilderness-class park is beautiful in the fall!

Aaron Provincial Park

Closes September 17, 2017

park sign on sunny day

Conveniently located off of the Trans-Canada Highway, this park is the perfect stopping point for cross-country explorers.

RVers love the large pull-through sites and 30 amp plug-ins. The park is close to amenities in Dryden, and offers campers a potable water filling station and dumping station.

Ready for fall RVing in northwestern Ontario?

Why not plan a multi-park adventure along our Lake Superior Coastal Route:

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