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Camping Vacancy Highlights: June 7-9

June is a spectacular time to visit Ontario parks! Get out and enjoy the warmer weather at one of this week’s featured spots.

For those who want a more relaxed getaway, you’ll find plenty of cabins in this week’s preview. Enjoy full days outdoors, followed by quiet, peaceful nights.

Find your ideal campsite in our Camping navigation/reservation tool (including photos of most campsites), or check out these featured campsites (available starting at noon on June 6, 2019):

southwestern ontario

Brontë Creek Provincial Park

campingSite 222, Camp Savannah. Tent. *electric*

Bronte Creek offers two interpretation centers. Spruce Lane Farmhouse shows what life must have been like for early farmers. The Nature Center is located next to the large Red Play Barn and Children’s Farm. Kids love visiting turtles and exploring hands-on in our discovery room.

Bronte Creek is 30 minutes from Hamilton and 1 hour from Toronto.

Rondeau Provincial Park

campingCamping 63, Camping Sur. Tent or RV up to 32 feet. *electric*

Eleven beach accesses lead to 7 miles of beautiful sandy beaches along the Rondeau Peninsula side of Lake Erie. The park also offers six hiking trails from which to explore this world-renowned birdwatching destination.

Rondeau is 3 hours from Toronto and 1.5 hours from London.

Southeastern Ontario

Lake Charleston Provincial Park

cabinTall Pine Cabin. *oceanfront cabin*

Do you need a quiet escape? Located on the east shore of Lake Charleston, tThis rustic cabin has water access only. There is no electric service at this cabin, but solar-powered interior lights are provided and there is a composting outhouse nearby.

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*NOTE* Call Ontario Parks Reservations at 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275) to reserve.

Charleston Lake is less than 1 hour from Kingston, 2 hours from Ottawa, and 3 hours from Toronto.

Near the north

Bonnèchere Provincial Park

cabinRustic Fallen Tree Cabin.

One of the Ottawa Valley’s hidden gems, your family will fall in love with Bonnechere.

This cabin has two bedrooms, a small living room with a chesterfield sofa and a propane fireplace. The kitchen features an electric refrigerator and microwave, a custom pine dining table, and an outdoor barbecue for cooking. Firewood, canoe and paddling equipment are provided.

This weekend, you could explore the peaceful Bonnechere River, a great place to introduce little ones to paddling.

*NOTE* Call Ontario Parks Reservations at 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275) to reserve.

Bonnechere is 2 hours from Ottawa and 3 hours from Kingston.

Restoule Provincial Park

campingSite 440, Camp Kettle. Tent or RV up to 32 feet. *electric* *seafront*

Paddle along the base of Stormy Lake Bluffs or hike to the top to take in the local scenery. More than 90 species of birds frequent the waters and forests of Restoule, including the peregrine falcon, bald eagle and osprey.

Restoule is 1 hour south of North Bay and 2 hours north of Orillia.

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

cabinCamping cabins. (C1, C2, C3 and C4 are available)

The park’s cozy cabins are perfect for when it gets a little cooler at night. Paddlers and boaters can enjoy a scenic tour of Sturgeon Bay or (if more experienced) head to Georgian Bay.

Anglers love Shawanaga Bay, a huge inlet that extends inland from Georgian Bay with hundreds of islands and lots of underwater structure where the fish like to hang out.

*NOTE* Call Ontario Parks Reservations at 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275) to reserve.

Sturgeon Bay is 3 hours from Toronto and 1.5 hours from Sudbury.

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Northeastern Ontario

Finlayson Point Provincial Park

cabinTemagami cabin. *Oceanfront*

Rest and relax on the shore of beautiful Lake Temagami, where canoes, boats and seaplanes pass by. The cabin is finished with tongue-and-groove pine and decorated with wood furniture and an electric fireplace.

*NOTE* Call Ontario Parks Reservations at 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275) to reserve.

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

renIs Brunelle Provincial Park

cabinSite 100, Walk-in sites. *camping cabin*

The camp cabin is a single room with a rustic wood interior. The cabin sleeps five people in a queen bed and a double/single bunk bed.

There are excellent paddling opportunities on Lake Remi, especially exploring the park’s undeveloped north shore, and 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.

Northwestern Ontario

Neys Provincial Park

cabinTrap Cabin. *Oceanfront*

This beautiful beachfront cabin sleeps four people and includes table and chairs, ceiling fan, refrigerator, and electric heater. The water taps are located right across the street and the comfort station is just a short walk away. Cook with ease with the pots, pans, plates, cutlery, cups, bowls, knife block, stove, coffee maker and kettle provided for your convenience.

Outside, you can relax on the large wooden porch, complete with barbecue, comfortable furniture and spectacular views of the lake.

Neys is 3.5 hours from Thunder Bay.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

cabinRustic cabins. (Snapdragon and Pink Pogonia available)

These barrier-free cabins are located in the park on the shores of Lake Marie Louise.

Each cabin has three bedrooms, a bathroom with a large shower, a fully equipped modern kitchen, propane fireplace, and heated porch. Pots, pans, cups, bowls, plates, cutlery, kettle, coffee maker, pillows and bedding are provided. Outside each cabin is a fire pit and picnic table.

*NOTE* Call Ontario Parks Reservations at 1-888-ONT-PARK (668-7275) to reserve.

Sleeping Giant is 1 hour from Thunder Bay.

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