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Silent Lake

Silent Lake

Car Camping

Silent Lake’s two campgrounds, Pincer Bay and Granite Ridge, are located in forested settings.

Granite Ridge Campground offers a small number of electrical campsites. These sites are reservable and fill up quickly.

For those who want to camp with friends or extended family, Silent Lake has a number of double campsites. Two campsites share one driveway and one firepit. These double campsites can occupy up to twelve people and must be reserved together.

In the winter, Silent Lake offers car accessible, plowed, electric campsites on a first-come, first-served basis.

Walk-In Camping

Silent Lake offers a semi-wilderness experience with walk-in campsites. Silent Lake has two loops of walk-in sites in the Pincer Bay Campground (Sites #66-73 and #74–88) as well as one loop of walk-ins in Granite Ridge Campground (Sites #156-167). For all walk-in sites, campers park their vehicles in the designated walk-in parking lots and walk their gear a short distance in to the campsite.  The walk to your site will be no longer than 500 m.

Roofed Accommodation

Roofed Accommodation Camp Cabin

Number at Park: 10

Site Number(s) / Name: 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210

The camp cabin is a rustic one room cabin with wood interior and a screened in front porch. The cabin sleeps five on a queen bed and double/single bunk bed.

COVID-19
Check-in/Check-out, Amenities, What to Bring, Restrictions

We have made some modifications to how Roofed Accommodations will operate this season including priority for cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces. All reservation holders will be contacted and provided with additional information before their arrival date. Changes may include things like: modified check-in and check-out times and changes to amenities offered (e.g., kettles, dishes and linens) at some provincial parks.

Sleeps: 5

Parking

Space for two vehicles on site.  Additional vehicles park in nearby parking lot.

How to Reserve

Reservations can be made online or by phone.

A $250 damage deposit is required during cabin check-in. This deposit can be paid via Visa, MasterCard or debit card. As long as there is no damage, the same card will be refunded after an inspection of the cabin has been completed by Park staff on departure.

Roofed Accommodation Yurt

Number at Park: 7

Site Number(s) / Name: 5, 9, 38, 97, 99, 103, 106

For those who want to enjoy the park experience but need a little bit more comfort or for those dedicated park visitors who want to experience winter at the park.

COVID-19
Check-in/Check-out, Amenities, What to Bring, Restrictions

We have made some modifications to how Roofed Accommodations will operate this season including priority for cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces. All reservation holders will be contacted and provided with additional information before their arrival date. Changes may include things like: modified check-in and check-out times and changes to amenities offered (e.g., kettles, dishes and linens) at some provincial parks.

Sleeps: 6

Parking

Parking for one vehicle is included in your rental fee.

How to Reserve

Reservations can be made online or through our call centre by calling 1-888-ONT-PARK.

Special Notes
Yurt Services Comparison
Site # Electricity Woodstove Open in Winter Firewood included in Winter for woodstove
5 No Yes Yes Yes
9 No Yes Yes Yes
38 No Yes Yes Yes
97 Yes No Yes No
99 Yes No Yes No
103 Yes No Yes No
106 Yes No Yes No