Fri. Feb 23rd, 2024

Is there a better way to spend the last weekend of summer than outdoors on the beach or in the woods?

End your summer by reserving one of the campsites available for the long weekend (available from 12:00 p.m. on August 29, 2018):

southern ontario

Ferris Provincial Park

Campsite with grass and partial shadeSite 157, Camp Bedrock. Camping in a tent or recreational vehicle

In Ferris you will find more 10 kilometres of trails that take you through forest and riverside environments. The Ranney Falls Trail follows the original road to Ferris Provincial Park before returning along the river. The suspension bridge offers a panoramic view of the River Trent Gorge and, of course, the Ranney Falls that give the trail its name.

Ferris is 1.5 hours from Kingston and just over 2 hours from Toronto.

Silver Lake Provincial Park

Wooded lot with picnic tableSite 46, Camp Wesley. tent

Located on a picturesque lake, this park offers excellent opportunities for swimming, canoeing, boating, and fishing.

Silver Lake is just over 1 hour north of Kingston and just over 1 hour south of Ottawa.

Near the north

Mikisew Provincial Park

Shaded site with mature conifersSite 336, Camp 300s. tent

There are three sandy swimming beaches located along Eagle Lake in Mikisew Provincial Park. The lake is also ideal for boating, paddling and fishing.

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Mikisew is just over 3 hours from Toronto and 2.5 hours from Sudbury.

Northeastern Ontario

Finlayson Point Provincial Park

Partially shaded campsite surrounded by conifersSite 61, East Camp. Tent or RV up to 18 feet (electric)

Stay on the shores of beautiful Lake Temagami, where canoes, boats and floatplanes pass by. Walk to the Caribou Mountain Fire Tower, with views of the park, city and lake.

Finlayson Point is less than 5 hours from Toronto and 2 hours from Sudbury.

Fairbank Provincial Park

Deciduous trees surround a shady campsiteSite 100. Tent or RV up to 18 feet

Spring-fed Lake Fairbank is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend. The crystal-clear waters attract visitors from all over the region to snorkel and swim on the buoyed sandy beach.

Fairbank is 1 hour from Sudbury and 2 hours from North Bay.

Chutes Provincial Park

Shaded campsite in a mixed forestSite 106, Big Chute Cresent Campground. tent

Located between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, Chutes offers a hiking trail with great views of picturesque waterfalls and a river gorge. It is an ideal base for exploring Manitoulin Island and the North Channel of Lake Huron.

Chutes is just over 1 hour from Sudbury and 2.5 hours from Sault Ste. Marie. Maria.

Pancake Bay Provincial Park

Shaded campsite with picnic bench in the foreground. Site 316, Camp West Central. Tent or RV up to 25 feet (electric)

Pancake Bay features over 3 km of beautiful sandy beaches and blue Caribbean waters. Enjoy a panoramic view of Lake Superior from the Edmund Fitzgerald Lookout hiking trail. The park is located along the historic Travelers’ Rowing Route and is a short drive from many regional attractions.

Pancake Bay is 1 hour from Sault Ste Marie.

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Northwestern Ontario

Neys Provincial Park

Partially shaded campsite with surrounding trees. Site 53, Area 2 and 3 Camp. Tent or RV up to 18 feet

Neys is home to one of the best sandy beaches on the north shore of Lake Superior. While you’re here, you can hike the Pic Island Overlook Trail to an overlook that has a spectacular view of Pic Island, immortalized on canvas by Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven.

Neys is 3.5 hours from Thunder Bay.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

Grassy campsite with low vegetation and some trees.Site 24, Marie Louise Lake Campground. tent

Enjoy stunning views of Lake Superior from the top of the Giant Trail and Thunder Bay Lookout, or explore 100 km of incredible hiking trails with many spectacular geological features, such as the “Sea Lion.”

Sleeping Giant is 1 hour from Thunder Bay, on the shores of Lake Superior.

Caliper Lake Provincial Park

Beachfront campsite located among trees. Site 34. Camping in a tent

**Oceanfront Site Alert!!!**

The calm waters of Caliper Lake offer a relaxing option for a day of canoeing. A large beach and separate swimming area make swimming a favorite activity at Caliper Lake. Enjoy the warm, shallow waters and floating swimming platform.

Caliper Lake is one hour from Fort Frances and 4 hours from Winnipeg.

Or you can search for your ideal campsite on our Camping navigation/reservation tool (including photos of most campsites!). Enjoy your long weekend!