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Camping Vacancy Highlights: August 2-5

We know the struggle. We know what you were waiting for. We’re happy to say the long weekend is almost here!

Our southern parks are looking pretty full for the long weekend, but we have some beautiful sites available in our northern parks!

Find your ideal campsite in our Campsite navigation/Booking tool (including photos of most campsites!), or check out these featured campsites (available starting at noon on July 31, 2019):

Southeastern Ontario

Voyageur Provincial Park

View of campsite 127. Nice green grass with a wide opening to the road.Site 127, Iroquois Campground B. Tent or RV up to 18 feet

Voyageur’s varied habitats make it a great place to spot a diverse selection of bird species.

Iroquois Campground has an adjacent beach and a small boat launch ramp. With many small bays and inlets, visitors can enjoy exploring and viewing wildlife from the water by canoe or kayak.

Voyageur is just over an hour from Ottawa and Montreal.

Northwestern Ontario

White Lake Provincial Park

The view of site 113 shows tall trees surrounding it and some grass at the site.Site 113, Moccasin Flower Camp. tent

White Lake is an ideal place for anglers. The campground features a fish cleaning station, paved boat launch (lit at night), and dock.

The lake is large and can be explored by motor boat or canoe. Canoes, adult mountain bikes, tents and fishing equipment can be rented.

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White Lake is 4 hours from Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay.

Rainbow Falls Provincial Park – Whitesand

View of site 50 showing a large open space with shade.Site 50, Camp Whitesand. Tent or RV up to 32 feet

You’ll want to stay all week when you can glimpse Lake Superior’s stunning shoreline!

Shake off the cobwebs with a hike along the Casque Isle Trail or watch cascading waters tumble over the rocky ledges of Rainbow Falls on their way to Lake Superior.

Rainbow Falls is 2.5 hours from Thunder Bay and 5 hours from Sault Ste Marie (just follow the shoreline of Lake Superior!).

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

View of site 11 showing bare land with tall pine trees surrounding it.Site 11, Whispering Hills Campground. Tent or RV up to 18 feet *electric*

At 40m high, Kakabeka Falls is the second tallest waterfall in Ontario and is accessible year-round. The park offers great views of the falls and gorge from the boardwalk surrounding the top of the falls.

Kakabeka Falls is 30 minutes from Thunder Bay.

Northeastern Ontario

Nagagamisis Provincial Park

View of site 60 showing lots of grass on the ground and some shade from surrounding trees.Site 60, Bedwash Campground A. Tent or RV up to 18 feet

This campsite is just steps from the sandy beach; You can relax and swim all day in the clear water. Use the park as a starting point for challenging canoe routes on the Nagagami and Shekak Rivers. Anglers return year after year to this large secluded lake, attracted by the excellent fishing for walleye, pike, and yellow perch.

There’s plenty in store for Nagagamisis campers this weekend with five Discovery drop-in shows. Check out Amazing Amphibians on August 4th. Get ready to explore, observe and discover the species of amphibians that inhabit our park.

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Nagagamisis is 4.5 hours north of Sault Ste. Marie. Maria.

renIs Brunelle Provincial Park

View of site 94 showing a secluded campsite.Site 94, Walk-in sites. tent *Oceanfront*

René Brunelle offers excellent paddling opportunities on Lake Remi, especially exploring the park’s undeveloped northern shore. The park rents canoes and kayaks.

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

René Brunelle is less than 2 hours from Timmins.

Kettle Lakes Provincial Park

View of site 34 showing bare ground with 2 tall pine trees in the center of the camp.Site 34, The Island Lake Campground. Tent or RV up to 32 feet

Kettle Lakes is part of the large expanse of boreal forest that covers northern Ontario and offers excellent opportunities for hiking, bird watching and fishing.

The park has 14 km of bike trails that wind through the forest and take you to Slab Lake, where you can swim before continuing your journey.

Kettle Lakes is 4 hours north of Sudbury.

Find a campsite near you with our online campsite search tool and spend this weekend in nature!