Taking your RV on a road-trip this St. Jean Baptiste Day weekend? A lot of parks still have lots of campsites available — including some great waterfront spots to provide the perfect spot for the first swim of the summer.
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, June 23):
Fushimi Lake, Rene Brunelle & Ivanhoe Lake have been added to the 2015 Seasonal Campsite Program. Applications for these parks will be accepted from October 23-November 14, 2014. Successful applicants will be notified before November 28, 2014.
Five Ontario Parks are getting new roofed accommodation. The cabins at Finlayson Point, Fushimi Lake, Charleston Lake and Bon Echo Provincial Parks are available now for reservations. Presqu’ile Provincial Parks’ retrofitted cabin will be available soon for booking. The new accommodation will add to the existing variety of roofed accommodation in Ontario that includes new cabins earlier this year at Arrowhead Provincial Park as well as a Victorian farm house, two lodges, historic ranger cabins, lakeside cottages and deluxe yurts and cabins.
Fushimi Lake is located in the heart of the Boreal Forest, northwest of Hearst, ON. The campground offers large sites with plenty of privacy. Even if you are “roughing it” you can still enjoy the convenience of a comfort station with flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. If you prefer backcountry camping, the park also has 6 backcountry sites available. To reserve backcountry sites, please call the park directly at: 705-372-5909. Continue reading Fushimi Lake is now on the Ontario Parks reservation service!
Love fishing? Some of Ontario’s best is found in provincial parks in Northern Ontario. Here are four. An Ontario fishing licence is required to fish in Ontario (an exception is the annual July Family Fishing Week). Ontario Parks also encourages catch and release. Continue reading Big Fish at Northern Ontario Parks