The best camping near Eagle-Dogtooth Provincial Park

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The Ranch

11 sites · RVs20 acres · Kenora, ON
We have four sites with 30 amp RV power. Site 1 is in our opinion the best site but not the easiest to get in with a larger rig but have had a 43 ft unit in there. Site 2 is fairly level and grass area. Back in only. Site 3 is fairly level and grass area. Back in only. Site 4 is also fairly level and grass. It is pull through and offers a view of the lake. There is plenty of room to park tow or pull vehicle. Should one need there are leveling blocks available to use located to the right of site 2. The sites now have numbers either on the power posts or the panel box for ease of locating your spot. At present three of the sites have water feed from our home with potable water via garden hose. You may need to connect your hose to the supply line to reach your unit. When weather permits, early spring and late fall may not be available.
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Muriel Lake Beach Field Forest

4 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Kenora, ON
Enjoy camping in the open field next to the beach and lake! Or find yourself deep in the forest next to a babbling brook. This campsite offers a peaceful place to relax and unwind. The property offers beautiful sunsets, peaceful waters, and starry skies. We welcome tent and RV campers. If you're bringing an RV, we can accommodate vehicles up to 45 ft in length and the site requires levelling. There are no amenities other than potable water. Campfires are permitted as long as there is no fire ban. Pets welcome. Activities nearby include hiking, paddling, swimming, biking, fishing and more.
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The Citadel Private Retreat

10 sites · RVs, Tents22 acres · Nestor Falls, ON
Turn off the main road and head down a long, private drive leaving the highway noise behind. A massive, 22 acre property greets you offering 453 feet of shoreline and beautiful views of Pinus Lake. The lakeside amenities include a sandy beach, multiple docks, private boat launch, and a viewing platform to catch those breathtaking sunrises. Additionally, there are several walking trails throughout the property, a grass playing field and lots of shady areas to relax and enjoy quiet moments. Our RV sites are truly massive and spread out far apart from each other. Your space is truly your space when you stay at The Citadel Private Retreat.
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The Island

3 sites · Tents10 acres · Kenora, ON
10 Acre Island with trails and great swimming! See the thought rock and the small cave. Canoeing and fishing abound! Owner onsite to assist campers if needed. Portable toilet provided. Fire pit with wood for those cool nights. Solar power with 120v power if needed. Can pitch your tent on the land or on the 10 ft x 10 ft deck.
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The best camping near Eagle-Dogtooth Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through the pristine wilderness of Eagle-Dogtooth Provincial Park. With its sprawling landscapes and diverse ecosystems, this park offers a plethora of activities for nature enthusiasts. From backcountry canoeing to exploring the rich pine forests, every visit promises a new discovery.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Eagle-Dogtooth Provincial Park is during the summer months, from June to August, when the weather is warm and the park's full splendour is on display. Winter offers a serene, snowy landscape, perfect for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, though some areas may be inaccessible due to snow and ice.

Know before you go

  • Check for any active fire bans or boil water advisories before your visit to ensure a safe trip.
  • Be aware that there are no visitor facilities available within the park; prepare to be self-sufficient.
  • Understand that the park is classified as a waterway, so water-based activities are prevalent.
  • Remember that the park spans over 170 km, so plan your route and activities accordingly.
  • For any accessibility concerns or alternative format requests, contact the park's customer service.

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