Camping near Sudbury

Witness a nature rehabilitation success story with the active ecosystem revival in Sudbury.

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Farm, With Everything. All Welcome.

10 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Greater Sudbury, ON
Willow Lane Farm is a Heritage Breed Poultry farm that runs a small rescue/sanctuary for livestock.   The Main farm is situated on 60 acres which backs onto crown land.  There's open fields, forest, wetlands and paddocks full of all sorts of animals.  Towards the back, there's several small ponds and a river that runs through the property.  Located in the north east corner of Sudbury, in the town of Hanmer, Ontario.  Sudbury is known as the Blueberry Capitol.  The small mining town has grown into a good sized city which is situated in a crater.  It's prime location is a haven for geologists, blueberry pickers, snowmobilers, and fishermen. With over 50 lakes close by, and lots of ATV/sled trails, it's a great recreational place with lots to do or sit back and enjoy the peaceful scenery.Learn more about this land:Welcome to our family-friendly farm! We are open year-round and are located in Hanmer, Ontario in the Greater Sudbury area. While staying with us, we encourage you to take a farm tour, try the petting zoo or take a pony ride.With over 60 acres of farmland, our private and secluded campsites are level and are ideal for any type of camping, from tents to large RVs and everything in between, we can accommodate anyone looking to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. The property offers flat farm fields that back onto wooded areas with a river, pond, and nearby hiking trails!Firewood and a firepit are provided and if you are planning on cooking we have pots and pans upon request. If you need water please feel free to fill up at the house. We also have an outhouse on site.30 lakes are within a half-hour drive, great for fishing! Sudbury is in a crater, so there are lots of interesting rocks to see if geology interests you. We also have many trail plans for ATV and snow machines (permits required). Seasonal blueberry picking is also available on-site. We are only 10 minutes away from the Train Museum, a must-see while in the area!Pets on leash are always welcome.We look forward to hosting you!
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Rusty's Red Deer Lake Getaway

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Sudbury, ON
Looking for a place to get away from the chaos of your everyday life? Need a quiet place to unwind? Book Rusty's Red Deer Lake Getaway. What's included? An offgrid rustic style bunkie that sleeps 2 in the loft (double mattress), 1 comfortably on the sofa pullout, and one more small person on the chair that turns into a small cot. Please bring your own pillows, however clean sheets and warm blankets are provided. Rusty also provides cooking pots, pans, dishes, and eating utensils, along with a small amount of non-potable water to clean hands and dishes. Firepit with cooking grate is available for hipcampers. Outdoor cooking only. Wood can be provided as requested. Please do not cut from property. A small hiking trail on the property will lead you to Rustys favorite hangout, Red Deer Lake. The trail is a bit of a challenge with many obstacles so please use caution and take your time. Those who rent kayaks or pedal boat will have their vessel waiting for them at this location. Please say "Hi" to Rusty when passing by on your hike to Red Deer Lake. Trails for atv/utvs or others looking for a longer adventure are available a short walking distance off site. Message for further details. A cedar and pine outhouse is available. This outhouse contains a composting toilet that is emptied between stays. This keeps odors down.
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Muddy Dog Pond

1 site · RV, Tent240 acres · Sudbury, ON
Located close to all the amenties of Chelmsford, and Greater Sudbury the property is Located a short distance from Gateway Casino and racetrack and also a very unique "Lazy River" experience along the Vermillion River. Also many parks for great fishing, hiking, biking, atving and sight seeing in the area. If you've seen the north, this is it with lots of ponds, wetlands, bedrock and wildlife. Currently Undergoing new sites, Atv, Snowmobile and walking trails. There is also a 10 acre pond on the north end of the lot accessible only by argo or snowmobile during the winter months and tonnes of wild raspberries mid june. Enjoy the croaking of the frogs and the beautiful sunset in a very private, off the grid natural setting.
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CoLa's Retreat

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Chelmsford, ON
Both sites open on May 17, 2024 1. The Lily Pad is a semi-private site by the water (for tent or small trailer). It does not have running water or access to hot water. 2. The Firefly Lane is a 30-foot camper in a private site surrounded by trees. It has running water and hot water. For both sites : - Lake access and dock are shared with owners and other campers. - Dive off dock for swimming! - Flat land - Firepit for cooking or entertainment (wood is $20/box). - Kayaks are available for rent with life jackets. ($20) - Canoe available for rent with life jackets. ($20) - BBQ grill with propane available ($20) - Generator available ($20) - Walking trails. - Toilet available. Perfect summer spot, family-friendly, pet-friendly.
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Along the River Among the Pines

20 sites · RVs, Tents195 acres · Sudbury, ON
Along the River Among the Pines is a family owned and orientated campground and is home to live music festivals since 1984. Many of the seasonal campers here enjoy singing and playing music. (jamming is encouraged) Nature and fun to be had in one! Hike, cycle or ride along the old decommissioned train tracks and old logging roads. Walking trails in the back of the property to catch a glimpse of wildlife. There is many types of fish in the rivers and no shortage of nearby lakes. Bring your river rafts, tubes, canoes or kayaks. We can drop your equipment at a few different places and let the current bring you back to camp
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BAM’s Spanish Riviera

5 sites · Lodging, Tents400 acres · Greater Sudbury, ON
Nestled between Sudbury and Manitoulin Island, BAM’s Spanish Riviera boasts protected woodlands along the mighty Spanish River. A former eco-tourism basecamp, BAM’s Spanish Riviera offers restored 1920s cabins or a tent site, use of authentic wood-burning sauna, great paddling, and lastly but not leastly--nature immersion in a low-tech, eco-friendly setting.
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Churan's Tiny Homestead.

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Markstay, ON
Hot houses with fresh vegetables in seasonal, great fishing, hunting and many lakes and rivers to choose from depending on what the person wants. My property has lots of parking, very quiet, fires at night etc. Dogs are allowed as long as they are tied up. I also can cook the breakfast for the visitors. Carry some supplies for that "Just in Case" situation.
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La Belle Vie Farm

4 sites · Lodging160 acres · Sudbury, ON
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Walsh Forest Farms

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents220 acres · Sudbury, ON
Our farm sits on 220 acres of hay fields, forest, and rocky clearings. As a regenerative flower farm, you are sure to see plenty of pollinators and an abundance of wildlife. We regularly see moose, black bears, coyotes, and fox. Under the right Aurora Borealis storm conditions, Northern Lights can be seen from our property year-round.
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Temagami Outpost

7 sites · Lodging54 acres · Sudbury, ON
Learn more about this land:Get off the grid and make memories that matter most! We are located within Chinguichi Waterway Provincial Park. Have a variety of cabins for rent. Beautiful lakefront property with great access to the historical canoe routes in the area.Between the two of us, we've spent a combined 35 summers in the wilderness and on a canoe trip. We know the importance of real friendships, especially in the digital world. The outpost is very close to our hearts and that's a feeling we want to share with people. So when this piece of land went up for sale in the summer of 2020, we didn't think twice. Fast forward to today, where we continue to build upon what has meant so much to us for so long. Campfires are permitted and pets are welcome! Toilet, potable water, and picnic table available. Check us out www. temagamioutpost.ca 
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Ratter Relax At The Lake - Camping

1 site · RV1 acre · Sudbury, ON
Welcome! If you are looking to be immersed in nature without being too isolated from the world, this is the place for you! Our quiet lake will know how to soothe your soul! We are very honored to share our piece of paradise with other outdoors enthusiasts. Once on our property, you can expect to meet my elderly parents (sweet and private). We added a granny suite for them. You may meet guests using the Cozy Cabin (other add). We also have 2 playful small dogs. They have their own fenced in area and barking is kept under control. Our neighbours are also very quiet. Trees between us offer good privacy.
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Off-Grid Retreat

6 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · North Bay, ON
Off-Grid Retreat nestle amongst 80 acres of beautiful nature. We hope you'll consider us as your retreat from the hustle and bustle and let our little oasis assist you in relaxing and enjoying the sounds of nature. We are surrounded by tall mature pines and sugar bush. Nature trails in abundance. Come listen to nature's calling. Moose, deer, elk and a wide array of birds are just a few of the spotted animals. Easy access just a stones throw off of Highway 64N. Minutes away from Lake Nipissing and other surrounding smaller lakes.
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Camping near Sudbury guide

Overview

With its incredible ecosystem in revival, Sudbury is a must-visit destination for canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, camping, fishing, or all of the above. In the late 19th century, extensive nickel mining devastated the natural lands around Sudbury, but for the past 30 years, committed experts have been tirelessly rehabilitating, allowing stunning ecosystems to steadily recover in protected lands. Campers can explore the region’s many provincial parks and conservation areas, enjoying year-round outdoor activities through lush forests, thriving bogs, and clear waterways. Near these protected lands, Sudbury camping includes yurt rentals, creekside campgrounds, and even treehouses.

Where to go

Daisy Lake Uplands Provincial Park

Daisy Lake Uplands Provincial Park is a natural marvel created to protect a number of recovering ecosystems in the region and is home to important plant species, such as forests of young white birch. Though visitors can’t enter the lands, the lake and nearby waterways allow kayakers and canoers to get a closer look. Paddle around for the day or take an overnight trip to cover the entire region, but be careful not to disturb any of the delicate ecosystems. Unwind for the night at one of the beautiful cabins rentals near Sudbury.

Wanapitei Provincial Park

Spanning more than 3,400 hectares of land, Wanapitei Provincial Park is one of the most popular outdoor spots for locals and visitors alike. Wanapitei Lake (the impact crater of an ancient meteorite) features white sand beaches and small stream valleys leading to the main reservoir. Explore rolling rocklands and sandy stretches, take a load off on shore, or get out on the water to explore sporadic small islands. Campers are just a few minutes drive from Sudbury glamping sites or quiet RV parks with full hookups.

Fairbank Provincial Park

On the very edge of the Sudbury Basin (the third-largest impact crater on Earth), Fairbank Provincial Park is a great option for outdoor adventurers of all levels. Sunbathe on the white sand beaches of Fairbank Lake, or paddle a canoe through the crystal clear, spring-fed waters. There is one short but tricky trail which has hikers scrambling up bedrock to reach the panoramic view at the top—expect to see woodpeckers and warblers amongst the boreal forest biome. Fairbank Provincial Park is minutes away from Sudbury waterside camping spots and other unique accommodations.

When to go

Camping near Sudbury is great year-round. In winter, there are opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and even ice fishing—just be prepared for cold weather (average January lows of -16°C). Fall and spring offer milder temperatures, and present ideal conditions for hikers, hunters, and anglers. Because of the seasonal climate, look at weather and temperature forecasts and pack accordingly. Summer is one of the most popular and crowded times to visit. With July average highs of 25°C, the summer months are a great time to explore Sudbury’s revitalized natural landscape.

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