The best camping near Butler Lake Provincial Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Butler Lake Provincial Park adventure.

Discover the ancient varves and serene wilderness at Butler Lake Provincial Park.  

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Dryden RV Park

1 site · RV6 acres · Dryden, ON
Welcome to Dryden RV Park - Under New Management! Discover our revitalized campsite, now cleaner and more inviting. Experience modern amenities, clean restrooms, and reliable electric hookups. Our friendly staff is here to help you. Nestled in nature, enjoy hiking trails and peaceful campfires. Come and experience the beauty and serenity at Dryden RV Park With 63 spacious RV sites available, we have the perfect spot waiting just for you. Whether you prefer a cozy nook surrounded by trees or a site with a stunning view, our diverse selection ensures you'll find your dream spot to park your home on wheels. At Dryden Cabins and RV Park, we encourage you to pause, breathe, and soak in the tranquillity of the moment. Let the vibrant colours and serene ambiance of our sunsets serve as a reminder to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us every day. It's the perfect time to reflect, rejuvenate, and create cherished memories with those who matter most. Call 8073234329
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Flowing Water, Private, Forest

1 site · RV, Tent440 acres · Dryden, ON
Learn more about this land:Privacy and freedom in Dyment, ONWelcome to Lake of the Woods, Kenora, Dryden. This site has lots of mature trees, some flats and is a great place to set camp and explore. The site is ideal for all types of adventurers, from tents to RVs. RVers can expect a grassy pull-in site suitable for all-sized RVs. There is no toilet on-site so please plan accordingly. Pets are welcome.
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The best camping near Butler Lake Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Venture into the heart of nature's history at Butler Lake Provincial Park, where the ancient varves of postglacial Lake Agassiz tell a story millions of years old. This nature reserve, devoid of campgrounds, invites you to explore its untouched landscapes by water, revealing secrets of the Earth's past amid the tranquil beauty of Northwestern Ontario.

When to go

The best time to visit Butler Lake Provincial Park is during the summer months when the weather is warm and the park's full splendour is on display. Winter visits offer a stark, frozen beauty, but accessibility may be limited due to snow and ice conditions.

Know before you go

  • Butler Lake is a Nature Reserve, focusing on the preservation of its unique geological features; hence, facilities are minimal.
  • Access to the park is primarily via Wabigoon Lake, so ensure you have the appropriate watercraft and safety gear.
  • Check for any seasonal advisories, such as fire bans or boil water advisories, before planning your trip.
  • As there are no designated swimming areas, visitors should exercise caution when in or near the water.
  • Remember to respect the ecological integrity of the park by following Leave No Trace principles during your visit.

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