Parks and Campgrounds
With its wealth of parks and campgrounds offering full service campsites and RV sites, there is always somewhere new to explore and in our region and along the world famous Lake Superior Circle Tour.
The region is home to the renowned Pukaskwa National Park and several beautiful Provincial parks as well as Municipal and private sites, offering sand beaches and beautiful scenery, with opportunities for outdoor games, hikes, barbecues and campfire cookouts. Some of our private campsite operators even have heated swimming pools, on site services and cozy cabins.
The freedom to pick up and go as you please is yours, allowing you to decide how long to stay and how much of our wonderful region to explore. Youll be lulled to sleep every night by the sounds of nature.
|Take some time to explore Ontario Parks. With over 330 parks, covering 9 million hectares that attract over 10 million visits each year, there is a lot to discover!|
Read about Ontario Parks' history to understand our natural and cultural heritage. Learn more about our organization, our mission and get informed about Ontario Parks legislation. Check out our Parks Blog for all the latest news and fun articles. Visit our homepage to read our current special notices, or become an Ontario Parks Insider and receive our regular summer and fall newsletters.
|The Friends of Chippewa Park|
|The historical Chippewa Park has been a favourite with city residents and visitors since it opened in 1921. Located on the coast of Lake Superior, Chippewa has one of the best views of the Sleeping Giant. With so much natural beauty here, Chippewa is an ideal destination for any activity. Stay over night in our tenting sites, new or historical tourist cabins or RV Park. Opening the long weekend in May, come get a thrill on our amusement rides or learn about our local wildlife at the Wildlife Park! |
|Mattice Lake Outfitters|
|Spectacular walleye, northern pike and trout fishing!|
We specialize in fly-in adventures to 10 deluxe outpost camps and 2 mini lodges on 12 different lakes, catering to those planning an unforgettable fishing experience, family vacation, canoe trip in Wabakimi Wilderness Park, moose hunt, wildlife viewing trip or just relaxing.
All lakes are very remote and accessible by float plane only.
|On behalf of the people of Canada, Parks Canada protects and presents nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and fosters public understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment in ways to ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.|
Discover the wonder of Canada's national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas!
|Thunder Bay International Hostel|
|Budget hostel and camping (tenting) facility. Close to Hwy 11/17 at Mackenzie Station Rd and Lakeshore Drive, 18km East of Thunder Bay. Drops on and off by Greyhound bus. Close (1km) to Lake Superior/Mackenzie River/falls. Sorry, no Credit Cards.|
|Neys Lunch & Campground|
|Whether you need gas, a place to camp for the night, something to eat or refreshments for the campfire, you'll find it at Neys Lunch & Campground. Travelers and snowmobilers alike will be glad to know that we are open all year long.|
We offer 14 camp sites and can accommodate RVs up to 15m (50 ft) in length and provide water, sewer and 15 amp electrical hook ups. Flush toilets showers, campfire wood and convenience store are available. Our cozy cabins make camping easy in every season of the year!
|Pine Point Resort|
|Experience fantastic fishing on beautiful Lac Des Mille Lacs, famous for Walleye and Northern Pike. Located on a peninsula in the center of the lake, Pine Point Resort is minutes from the best fishing spots! We offer camping for those who like to rough it or modern housekeeping cabins for a more comfortable stay. Moose and Bear hunting packages available.|
|Wolf River Campground|
|Wolf River Park is located 1/2 km off of Highway 11/17 on the picturesque Wolf River, 70 km east of Thunder Bay. Nestled among the pines on a bend of river, this tranquil setting provides a time out from city life, busy highways and complicated living.|
The campground has 50 well maintained tent and trailer sites. Electrical services (15 amp) and pull-throughs are available. For your added convenience, the park provides a modern, fully operational comfort station, complete with showers and a barrier free access to washrooms. Trailer pumping is also available.
Wolf River offers excellent Rainbow and Brook Trout fishing. Angling enthusiasts can also enjoy a variety of other rivers and streams, that are just minutes away. For a change of pace, fisherman can venture north of the park to Wolf and Wolf Pup Lakes for a catch of Walleye and Northern Pike.
|Browns' Clearwater West Lodge|
|Browns' Clearwater West Lodge is the only Lodge for 10's of miles. We offer a variety of packages for all your Vacation Plans - Cottages, Boat-In, Portage-In and Fly-In Outposts and Campgrounds. Fishing, Hunting, Boating, Canoeing, Ice Fishing, Snowmobiling and Eco-Touring may be included in your itinerary. Summer or Winter, we know you will be comfortable here at Browns' Clearwater West Lodge.|
|KOA - Thunder Bay|
|Make our KOA campground your headquarters to experience the natural beauty of nearby Lake Superior and the region's attractions. Go rockhounding at open-pit amethyst mines. Explore 130-foot Kakabeka Falls and Ouimet Canyon. Relive area history at Fort William Historical Park, a re-created 1815 trading post complete with costumed natives, trappers and traders, and at the Centennial Park 1910 Logging Camp. KOA's 90 acres of spruce, birch and poplar shimmer with color in autumn. Our campsites are tucked in the trees and in wide-open sunshine. We have camping cabins & *NEW* lodges available |
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|Grand Portage Lodge & Casino|
|Luxuriate in the comfort and beauty of the 100-room Grand Portage Lodge & Casino embraced by the Lake Superior shoreline just off Highway 61. At this cozy retreat, all rooms have spectacular views of the Lake Superior shore or the deep green mystery of Minnesota's north woods.|
Unwind by the 3-story fireplace, dine in the Island View Dining Room, enjoy a cocktail in the lounge, or relax in the indoor heated pool or soothing sauna. Come for intimacy or come with everyone and make use of our excellent meeting and banquet facilities.
|Stillwater Park & Amethyst Gift Shop|
|Nestled on a series of raised sand beaches shaped by an ancient glacial lake, Stillwater Park is a gateway through which to explore the rugged grandeur of the Nipigon area. Abundant fishing and wildlife, rare & unusual butterflies, birds and fungi.|
Walking/biking trail on property.
Mineral & rock display
Amethyst jewelry, rocks and souvenirs in store
Groceries & R.V. supplies
Entertainment & campfire music throughout the summer
Golf course 5km
Restaurants, gas, propane 2km
Shopping, medical services 5km
Good drinking water, clean facilities.
|Wild Goose Lake Campground|
|At Wild Goose Lake Campground, we offer a friendly atmosphere in a natural setting with unique personalized service. Camp on our lakeside sites or in semi-shaded sites surrounded by trees. 50 fully serviced sites. Pull thru sites are large enough for big rigs. Camp with your family or fish with your friends, we have what you need for a relaxing vacation. |
No RV? No problem. Rent our 26' Dutchman RV by the lake. 18 hole golf course just minutes away.