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Schoolhouse Inn Campsites

6 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres 路 Round Lake Centre, ON
Learn more about this land:Come camp at the corner of Algonquin Park!Our building used to be a school, it was abandoned for years, we decided to bring back the life, rent out rooms, and provide campsites. The campsites are ideal for tenters, van camping, and聽 (self-contained) RVs up to 40 feet. It is the perfect base camp for your Algonquin Park adventure.聽The washroom and shower are located inside the building. Communal Firepit on-site. Pets on leash welcome.The Round Lake public boat lunch is just 2 minutes, summertime you can enjoy the water, and in the wintertime the snowmobile trails, cross country skiing are here, waiting for you. End of the day you can relax in the hot tub. Free for our guests.聽
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The Knotty Pines by Round Lake

1 site 路 RV, Tent1 acre 路 Killaloe, ON
(formerly Hop, Skip, Lake) THE AREA: If you鈥檝e ever been to the Ottawa Valley, you know we鈥檝e got it all. Boating, fishing, hiking, biking, rivers, waterfalls, caves, ATV鈥檌ng, horseback riding, and loads of things to do for any outdoor enthusiast at any pace. Come for relaxation, or come for exhilaration, we will welcome you with open arms and point you to all the places you may like to explore. THE CAMPSITE: At The Knotty Pines you shall enjoy 1 entire acre all to yourselves, while the beautiful, sandy-bottom Round Lake is a hop, skip, and a jump just across the street (3-5 minute walk). The site features a lovely natural forest canopy perfect for pitching tents, a campfire area, a toilet with a view, a picnic table, a field for stargazing, shaded+sunny areas, and plenty of hammock holders in the pine tree patches that border your site. If it happens to rain on your parade, we've got an upgraded pop-up trailer that sleeps 6 ready to rent for a few extra bucks. Come on over, we鈥檙e so happy to host you!
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Lakeside Bunkie - 35min to Alg.Park

1 site 路 Lodging2 acres 路 Madawaska Valley, ON
Learn more about this land: Rustic bunkie located on 2 acres, is nestled among the trees beside a small, crystal clear lake. With 700 ft of untouched shoreline, privacy is second to none.聽From this lake, you can access 3 other lakes by provided canoe/kayak without portage. PLEASE NOTE: The bunkie is for 3 guests only. However, there is room to pitch a tent outside of the bunkie (please select聽additional guests if you are planning on using both accommodations). The site is 35 min. from Algonquin Park and 11 km from MKC, the world-famous聽white water paddling centre. 10x10 main floor with sleeping loft. Solar power provides lighting & a propane furnace for cool nights. Solar lights outside provide ambient lighting-may be turned off if preferred. The call of the loons & the barred owl will be your lullaby as you drift off to sleep after a day of hiking, paddling, or swimming.聽 There is no running water, you will have to bring your own drinking water. You will need to bring everything you require for cooking, eating and washing dishes. There is no sink, stove, or BBQ on site. As the site is off-grid, there are no appliances. There is a split log bench beside the self-contained fire pit.聽 Please bring your own firewood, matches/lighter,聽 and/or firestarter materials. Small fires only please, as this is a well-treed location. Fires must be extinguished prior to going to bed 鈥 there is a bucket by the firepit. If you are wondering if something is there, I suggest you reach out to check with me before arrival. There is a new private outhouse on site. The outhouse is past the bunkie along the path. Solar lights work with the flick of a switch 鈥 one switch by the door, one by the bed. You have access to 2 kayaks and 1 canoe, 2 adult lifejackets. These are located on the waterfront between the bunkie and the house @260 Matcheski Road. Please return these as you found them after each use.聽They are shared with the guests at the house. It is a natural shoreline at the bunkie, with a sandy bottom 鈥 pretty good swimming, actually! Absolutely no harsh chemicals/detergents in the water! Please leave the site tidy and as you found it. Take your garbage and recycling. This is a small lakeside community 鈥斅 no loud music, please. Respect the solitude!聽 Please respect the natural setting 鈥 leave it as you found it, do not cut live growth.
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Covered Bridge Park

4 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents140 acres 路 Killaloe, ON
Covered Bridge Park is a magnificent 150 acres waterfront campground on Bonnechere River with cottages, cabins, tent and trailer sites. We are located east of Algonquin Provincial Park and located in Tramore on the north side of Bonnechere River between Round Lake and Golden Lake. Enjoy beautiful Ontario summers with great fishing, swimming, canoeing and wildlife viewing. Discover Natures Playground on this old farm that has been preserved in its natural state with 100 acres of mature forest, meadows and trails; only a small portion of the property has been developed into a Campground. Most of what we offer here is pure Mother Nature.
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Deacon Escarpment

4 sites 路 Lodging3000 acres 路 Barry's Bay, ON
We were born and raised in the Ottawa Valley, so it is no surprise that we have chosen this amazing place to raise our family and to start a business that incorporates all the natural beauty of the area. Being in the outdoors and teaching our children to appreciate nature is a big priority for us. Most of our vacations are based around exploring new places, camping, hunting and fishing. These experiences keep us connected and create amazing memories. Our goal is to provide a private place for you to discover. A quiet place with rural hospitality, woods, wetlands, lakes and wildlife.
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Six Waterfalls

1 site 路 Tent10 acres 路 Hastings Highlands, ON
Large private campsite available for rent on Kamaniskeg Lake Road. This campsite is tent camping only. Large private family campsite located on Kamaniskeg Lake Rd private access to 10 acres with six stunning waterfalls and a pond. Wild Raspberry and blackberry and lots of wildlife to see. Driving: 5 minutes to hinterland beach, 5 mins to Combermere, 10 mins to Madawaska Kanu Centre, 15 mins to Barrys Bay, 35 mins to Bancroft, 3 hours to Toronto. Exclusive access to 6 privately owned stunning waterfalls. Surrounded by crown land. Kamaniskeg lake is a large lake known for its crystal clear waters, excellent fishing, loons, hiking/atv/snowmobile trails, and over 90 kilometres of boating. Absolutely no dumping/ littering on the property. To get to the waterfalls is considered to be a moderate to advanced level hiking ability required. There are no neighbours. There is no electricity or bathroom facility. Local amenities nearby: - Convenient store in Combermere - Hospital, banks, churches, restaurants, and unique shops to browse through in Barry's Bay - Metro & Valumart grocery stores Home Hardware Building Centre in Combermere) - Liquor store & Beer store - Pharmacy - Post Office - Gas Stations - Outdoor adventure outfitter, Mad Outdoors - Dollar store and Stedman鈥檚 department store - Madawaska kanu centre Dont forget to visit the beautiful Hinterland Public Beach when you visit and please check current fire ban status for hasting highlands.
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CA$69
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Bonnechere River Paradise

13 sites 路 Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres 路 North Algona Wilberforce, ON
Frontier Trails is a family-run Summer Camp for the past 46 years. Family Camping. We host 3 seasons of outdoor ED. and team building available for School, kids鈥 groups, retreats, weddings, and rental packages. Family Vacations & Reunions. We have100 acres of scenic trails, & 2500鈥 on the beautiful Bonnechere River. You can rent a trailer, cabin, or cottage, bring your own trailer or tent or you can rent the whole camp for your group or family retreat. We can house up to 150 people and can cater or you can look after your own meals. We have 7 weeks of Day Camp for kids 4-16 with Riding E & W, ESL, and Traditional Programs. 1-7 week stays Climbing wall, archery, canoeing, kayaking, water tramp and blob, trail rides, ESL, sports, and more. Outdoor learning presents opportunities to be challenged by something new, realize an undiscovered talent, and increase confidence and skills TEACHING, FUN, MEMORIES, and FRIENDS.
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Peaceful Forest Life

9 sites 路 Lodging, Tents48 acres 路 Laurentian Valley, ON
Learn more about this land: This spot is paradise!聽Breathe in the fresh air, star gaze, camp & unwind. Enjoy our 48 beautiful acres of forest in Laurentian Valley, where you can stargaze, explore multiple walking trails, and unwind around the ponds and private lake. We are just a few minutes away from Algonquin Park & Barron Canyon! See below for details about the different camping options we have: A private area by the lake for tent camping- room for 5-10 tents. In this space there is an option of renting a one room off-grid bunkie too! There is an outhouse in this area. ( This space is only available from September-March due to high water levels) An open meadow nestled along the forest line for tent camping with a private outhouse, picnic table & firepit. Pets are welcome as long as they are friendly and you clean up after them. Nature lovers are sure to love exploring this space! Check out our gardens, and variety or wildflowers & fungi! ( No foraging allowed, please). Additional Info: The hosts offer a canoe rental for anyone interested in paddling around the lake 鈥 you can select this option when booking.聽 Firewood can be purchased at a reasonable price! Coming SOON- RV spaces with electric hookups! We look forward to hosting you! - Jess & Greg
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Glamping in the Woods

1 site 路 Lodging34 acres 路 Foresters Falls, ON
This 30ac property was once the site of a Carding Mill used for the processing of sheep鈥檚 wool. Before wool can be spun into thread or yarn, it must be combed, also referred to as carded, to straighten the wool fiber and remove impurities. Water-powered carding machines like the one that was at this site made it much easier and faster to prepare the wool for spinning. It was said that it would take a family months to prepare as much wool by hand as a carding machine could card in a day.聽The carding mill on this site would have stood along the creek which is leading from the pond to the Grants Settlement road. Earth berms which you can still see today near the opening of the creek, held back water to power the mill. The pond would have been about 10ft deeper than it currently is now. Over the years the beavers have taken up the charge of damming the creek and making a natural aquatic habitat.聽The Old Mill Cabin was constructed in 2020 using salvaged beams from the old fallen down barn that you pass on your way in. It was a family affair with all getting involved in the process.
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Big Rock Eco Retreat & Campgrounds

10 sites 路 Lodging, Tents32 acres 路 Bancroft, ON
Big Rock Eco Retreat is a serene and picturesque campground located on the shores of Weslemkoon Lake, in Addington Highlands Township. Situated amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of the surrounding crown land, this eco-friendly retreat offers visitors an unforgettable outdoor experience. The area is home to a variety of native wildlife, including moose, deer, black bears, loons, and eagles, which can often be spotted in their natural habitats. The campsite offers individual fire pits and gas BBQs at each site, allowing visitors to enjoy the great outdoors while cooking up a delicious meal. Hiking enthusiasts can explore the extensive network of hiking trails that wind through the woods, while fishing enthusiasts can try their luck in the lake, which is teeming with fish in the summertime. In the winter, visitors can enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, with well-maintained trails for all levels of experience. Each camping site can accommodate a hot tub for an additional fee, based on availability, making it a perfect way to unwind and relax. For those who want to explore the lake further, there is a marina with a general store open in the summer time. Visitors can purchase additional services such as smore kits, fishing rods, small boat rentals, private boat tours of the lake, and snowshoes in the winter. In addition, the retreat also offers a skating pond in the winter when the ice is thick enough. Overall, Big Rock Eco Retreat provides an idyllic setting for outdoor enthusiasts looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse themselves in nature.
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Lisa D.鈥檚 Land

6 sites 路 Lodging, Tents64 acres 路 Combermere, ON
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Tiny Village Ottawa River - Camping

16 sites 路 RVs, Tents59 acres 路 Deep River, ON
Tiny Village Ottawa River is a unique nature village resort located on our 59.1 acres of property. It contains 2000 feet of gorgeous sandy shores along the Ottawa River and Crown land on the opposing shore. No matter the kind of camper you are, our serviced/tent/glamping sites offer all the benefits of a comfortable lifestyle at a fraction of the cost, as it is our mission to make enjoying the great outdoors accessible to everyone. Tiny Village Ottawa River is a 2-hour drive from Ottawa, 4.5 hours from Montreal and 4.5 hours from Toronto.
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The best camping near Bonnechere River Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Immerse yourself in the tranquil wilderness of Bonnechere River Provincial Park. Here, the gentle flow of the Bonnechere River sets the stage for a day spent fishing, swimming, or paddling in the calm waters. Venture along the river's edge, where the echoes of history blend with the rustling of red and silver maples, and the call of the wild beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike.

When to go

The best time to visit Bonnechere River Provincial Park is during the summer months when the weather is warm and the river invites for a refreshing dip. However, the park's beauty can also be enjoyed in the fall, with vibrant foliage offering a stunning backdrop. Winter visits are serene, though some activities may be limited due to weather conditions.

Know before you go

  • Check for any park advisories or fire bans before planning your visit to ensure a safe experience.
  • Remember to bring water purification methods as boil water advisories may be in place.
  • Accessibility may vary across different areas of the park; contact the park office for the latest information.
  • While the park is non-operating, designated campsites are available; familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations.
  • For a smooth visit, note that the park is a waterway, so prepare accordingly for water-based activities.

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