Wed. Nov 29th, 2023
Fall RV Trip in Northwestern Ontario - Explore the Brightness of Fall!

No bugs or crowds: just natural beauty crowned by the splendor of autumn. Fall is the perfect time to pack up the trailer and head out on an adventure!

Ready to hit the road? Here’s our list of the best fall RV parks in Northwestern Ontario:

Lake Superior Provincial Park

Agawa Campground closes on October 10, 2023

Rabbit Blanket Campground closes October 29, 2023

View of forested coastline with fall colors

Looking for fall colors? You’ll discover all the fall splendor on Lake Superior!

Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground is located on an inland lake with a small beach area, near Highway 17. There is a comfort station with flushing toilets and a trailer filling and unloading station.

Agawa Bay Campground is located right on Lake Superior on a 3 km beach. More than half of the campsites have views of Lake Superior. Facilities include two comfort stations with toilets, as well as a trailer unloading and filling station.

After September 5, the checkpoint will be closed. Permits can be purchased at the park Visitor Center at the Agawa Bay Campground.

The park store, information desk, exhibits and restrooms at the Agawa Visitor Center are open until 7:00 pm daily until October 9.

The park office will be open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm daily from Thanksgiving Day through October 29.

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MacLeod Provincial Park

Closes on September 24, 2023.

starry night at the campsite

Named after an abandoned gold mine, this park is located on a peninsula on Lake Kenogamisis. The park has two comfort stations located in the center of the campground.

Rainbow Falls – Rossport Campground

Closes on October 10, 2023.

tow at Rainbow Falls by water

Located on the south side of Highway 17, this campground is situated along the shore of pristine Lake Superior. Comfort stations are easy to access.

Don’t forget to head to the day use area for a panoramic view of the protective Rossport Islands in Lake Superior, a group of islands that make this area a paradise for water and nature lovers.

Rushing River Provincial Park

Closes on October 10, 2023.

river rapids

Rushing River is a family favorite, located about 2.5 hours from Winnipeg and about 5 hours from Thunder Bay. Go for a paddle or explore its charming trails, including the famous view of the rapids, enhanced by beautiful fall colors.

Are you looking for covered accommodation? Two of the park’s trailer-equipped sites are available through October 10!

Try to have a vacation during the week to make sure you can get a place to camp, it’s very busy on the weekends!

Neys Provincial Park

Closes on October 10, 2023.

coast with driftwood at golden hour

Neys has a long sandy beach on the shores of Lake Superior, adjacent to the campground. The park is surrounded by hills, always green thanks to the boreal forests that inhabit it.

Explore the park’s trails along exposed coastal rocks to discover why the park’s panoramic views were a popular subject for Group of Seven artwork. Here you will find the stunning view of Pic Island made famous by Lawren Harris in 1924.

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Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

Closes on October 10, 2023.

kakabeka falls

The falls are beautiful any time of year and the park is conveniently located on the highway just outside of Thunder Bay!

Whispering Hills has electric hookups at some campsites. Comfort stations are available. The trailer toilet station is located at the entrance to this campsite.

Looking for great views of the falls? Check out the Boardwalk or Mountain Portage Trail, both barrier-free!

Stop by the park store at the entrance gate or at the visitor center on weekends to purchase park souvenirs and a variety of locally produced items.

Quetico Provincial Park – Dawson Trail Campground

Closes on October 10, 2023.

Quetico PP Fall RV on Highway 11.

Quetico’s Dawson Trail Campground welcomes campers through Thanksgiving. Nearby there are flush toilets and water taps.

Many campsites are lakefront with direct access to the water. This natural park is beautiful in autumn!

Aaron Provincial Park

Closes on September 17, 2023.

park sign on a sunny day

Conveniently located off the Trans-Canada Highway, this park is the perfect stopping point for cross-country explorers.

RV lovers love large pull-through sites and 30-amp add-ons. The park is close to amenities in Dryden and offers campers a drinking water fill station and dump station.

Ready for Fall RVing in Northwestern Ontario?

Why not plan an adventure at several parks along our Lake Superior Trail?

Lake Superior Map