Thu. Dec 7th, 2023
5 Parks With Extended Fall Camping Seasons

Cooler weather. Without errors. The aroma of pumpkin pie wafting from your campfire and the warmth of hot chocolate in your hands. It must be fall camping season!

Looking for the perfect destination? These five parks will extend their camping seasons this year:

Balsam Lake Provincial Park

Open until October 31, 2022

Two people sit at a picnic table on the beach.

Whether you’re tent camping, RVing, or staying in the park’s luxurious cabin, you’ll find the comfort of fall everywhere at Balsam Lake.

Follow the Lookout Trail for a panoramic view of fall colors or enjoy the rustling of leaves under your feet along the Plantation Trail.

Do you feel like hooking up your boat? Launch into Balsam Lake and explore the Trent-Severn Canal.

Cape Kig Iwan Provincial Park

Open until September 25, 2022

person looking at the waterfall

See this park’s impressive water features and the boreal forest dotted with oranges and yellows among the evergreens.

Explore local attractions like the massive dairy cow statue known as Mrs. Claybelt and the Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum.

Do you need more reasons to visit this park? Read this blog!

Rideau River Provincial Park

Open until October 11, 2022

sunrise over the lake

Rideau River is just 40 minutes from downtown Ottawa, making it a great basecamp for exploring all the national capital has to offer.

Rent a stand-up paddleboard, kayak, or canoe and paddle down the historic Rideau Canal. It’s a great place to catch a Muskie, but bass, walleye, and panfish are also plentiful.

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Beautifully leveled and shaded campsites await your fall adventure!

Rushing River Provincial Park

Open until October 11, 2022

Path through the forest surrounded by autumn colors.

Rushing River is a favorite family camping destination, with playgrounds, hiking trails, and endless opportunities to explore.

Its four hiking trails showcase stunning, unbeatable fall colors!

Don’t forget to stop by the park’s museum and see its many interpretive exhibits.

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park

Open until October 3, 2022

cliff overlooking the lake

Located on the shores of Lake of the Woods, Sioux Narrows offers recreational opportunities for lake lovers: boating, sailing and canoeing.

Known internationally for its walleye fishing, this is a bucket list trip for passionate anglers.

Be the first to enjoy these parks and book today!

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