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Tent Camping by the Lake.

1 site · Tent300 acres · Little Current, ON
Learn more about this land:Come camp on the rocky shores of Long Lake.It is a private location surrounded by the natural beauty of Northern Ontario. You will be surrounded by the water and forest. It is a perfect spot to pitch a tent and get back to nature! You can pitch your tent very close to the water or choose to camp in the beautiful open field! Please be advised that the road in requires your vehicle to have some room for clearance. You will be immersed in nature but still less than 10 minutes from a small town with amenities such as a gas station, grocery store, and restaurants. The area is known for its hunting and fishing, agriculture, and friendly residents. Looking forward to hosting you!
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Shannon C.’s Land

4 sites · RVs, Tents113 acres · Little Current, ON
Learn more about this land:Walk to your oasis, enjoy the sunrise and the sunset from the site! Choose from 4 different sites ideal for tent and trailer/RVs up to 29 feet camping. This is a pull-in site that will require some leveling. Campfires are permitted within local regulation and pets are welcome. There is no toilet onsite, please plan accordingly. Only minutes to many lakes, where there is fishing available. Near a provincial park with many hiking trails. Less than a mile to the river where the fishing and kayaking is spectacular. Close to a small town with anything you could ever need.
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Hygieia Wellness

1 site · Tent110 acres · Espanola, ON
A perfect place for nature enthusiasts and avid hikers! Please read entire instructions/ description to ensure our property is geared towards your needs! This property is intended for backcountry campers. 110 acres of mixed forest with West River running through the property. The property is on both sides of HWY 6, with approximately 80 acres on the west side backing onto crown land and a trestle bridge. There is also one tagged/ marked trail that leads to a cold spring on this side of the property. This trail is located behind the shipping container and is about 100m up the drive way to the right. This trail is steep and skilled hiking is required, it is about 1.5km long. Please let it be known that this trail is not perfectly groomed, you will need proper hiking apparel. The property is virtually untouched and we would like to keep it that way. Swimming or Drinking the water is not recommended. USE AT OWN RISK. You will know when you have arrived when you see the white Hygieia Wellness banner and 40 foot shipping container (which will become a rentable tiny home soon enough! stay posted). We have NO specifically designated campsites available for tent campers but anywhere on the property is fair game. The ONLY area to park is at the entrance before the shipping container. You will not be able to park near your campsite unless you choose to set up on the paved path. We have a short paved path designated for Trailer/ RV campers (size may be an issue) the turn is tight coming off the highway. This paved way is meant for car parking as well. Campfires are permitted in an open and safe setting. Please be mindful as to whether or not a fire ban is in effect. Pets welcome! The east side of the property is about 30 acres with the calmer part of the West River running through it, headed towards Whitefish Falls. Portaging access to Nellie Lake is possible. Known for good pickerel fishing! This property is loaded with beautiful wildlife, rock ridges, hemlock woods, mushroom foraging and advanced hiking opportunities. There are minimal distinct trails and it is important you have intermediate hiking skills. The only way to cross the river is by walking beside the highway guardrails or by crossing the trestle bridge located near the back of the property on the west side. You can access the east side of the property from Widgawa Rd. This location is completely off the grid, there is little to no service, there are no permanent structures or bathroom facilities. This property is located 12 minutes from all the amenities located in Espanola. Please do not litter on the property, we want to keep our forest as clean as possible! We hope you have a wicked stay and make great memories you’ll never forget!
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Fieldview

1 site · Tent1 acre · Little Current, ON
Fieldview is a really special place that we want to share with all of you- - we have organic kitchen gardens, fruit trees, unique buildings (a small cabin with a traditional Russian trimwork, aka "gingerbread house on steroids", a unique cordwood outhouse), an apiary and a friendly habitat for all living beings. We love nature and live a simple, minimalist lifestyle, growing our own food, caring for our Mother Earth and creating beautiful things that last. Located on a quarter acre of land, tucked into a corner of a hay field, surrounded by fields, forests, and hedgerows, there is a house, cabin, woodworking shop, and a few outbuildings. We have plenty of lawn space if you want to play ball or just lay on the grass! We have a fire-pit, a spot to spread a blanket under a big White Pine or relax in a hammock in the shade of the two Balsam firs. The campsite has an electrical cord available for you phone/computer charging needs. There is a kitchen table and a few chairs for you and your family to enjoy outdoor meals and drinks. We have just built a brand new composting toilet equipped with a little sink (we provide hand towels, toilet paper and soap) and outdoor shower with COLD running water. We are working on having hot water available - please be patient with us! We ask not to smoke on the property (no tobacco, cigarettes, marijuana or vaping), please go for a walk on the road if you need to have a smoke. Clean up and pack all your garbage. We have a very social outdoor cat that would likely spend days with you. He is very, very interested in food and can not control himself, just be aware that he might steal and chew through bags. We specifically provided a plastic bin for you to cat-proof all your food. PLEASE NOTE: There is an ongoing fire ban on Manitoulin Island - no open fires or fireworks. Camp stoves are allowed.
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cabin dot calm

3 sites · Lodging10 acres · Billings, ON
Learn more about this land: Enjoy the outdoors on our 10 acres of heaven! If you're looking for somewhere to unplug you've come to the right place. Our cabin is off grid and dry. We have solar to light up your nights and a large screened in porch to sit in, chill and listen to Mother Nature's orchestra each night before going off to bed. Next to the cabin is a bunkie that sleeps three. This too has solar lighting and a mini generator. Have you ever showered in the forest? Now's your chance. Heat up the water bladder and enjoy your hot shower in the woods. ***COMING SOON***Our second spot is so secluded it has it's own path. Follow the winding road down to our newest addition, "the Ulley". This bunkie has double doors on the front with a funky eclectic vibe that will bring some back to their childhoods :) Here too you can shower in the forest and be one with Mother Nature. We have a plethera of beautiful beaches for the sun worshippers and incredible hiking trails for those who love to be on the move. There is truly something for everyone on the island!
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Executive Trailer by the Water

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Northeastern Manitoulin And The Islands, ON
Learn more about this land:Beautiful treed lot on Manitoulin Island, nestled inside Silver Birches Resort. Hiking, paddling, fishing, swimming, and much more. We are right on Honora Bay!!!!The trailer comes with a kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms.We are taking bookings as follows:Monday (check-in 2 pm) to Friday (check out 11 am)Friday (check-in 2 pm) to Sunday (check out 11 am)*can add Sunday to either booking. We are organizing our bookings so that our guests can book weekly and/ on weekends.We look forward to hosting you.
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Cedar Shores

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Kagawong, ON
Welcome to our secluded waterfront oasis, a hidden gem nestled on 3 acres of pristine land along the North Channel of Manitoulin Island. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature at our off-the-grid retreat. Our central lodging offers everything you need for a comfortable stay, featuring a spacious cooking area, cozy sleeping quarters, and a relaxing lounging area. On cooler evenings, cozy up by the wood-burning stove, creating a warm and inviting ambiance that beckons you to unwind and relax. With 290 feet of waterfront at your doorstep, fishing enthusiasts of all levels will delight in the abundance of Salmon, Bass, Pike, and Lake Trout awaiting their catch. The crystal-clear waters of the North Channel provide the perfect backdrop for a variety of water sports, including kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, and windsurfing, ensuring endless hours of outdoor adventure and exploration. As night falls, gather around the outdoor fire pit and let the mesmerizing flames dance under the starry sky. Indulge in the simple pleasures of roasting marshmallows, making s'mores, and sharing stories with loved ones, creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or an active outdoor getaway, our waterfront oasis offers the perfect setting for relaxation, adventure, and unforgettable experiences. Come and discover the beauty and serenity of Manitoulin Island's North Channel, where every moment is a testament to the wonders of nature. Many great off-site activities are available as well. Picturesque Bridal Vale Falls is only an 8-minute drive away located in Kagawong. In Kagawong you'll find a weekly market, a gallery, a chocolate factory, a nostalgic candy store, and much more. If hiking and breathtaking views are your thing then the 20-minute drive to the Cup and Saucer trail is completely worth the drive. You do not want to miss this opportunity to connect with nature and take a trip back to a simpler time and place on beautiful Manitoulin Island.
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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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The Kicking Mule Guest Ranch

1 site · Lodging27 acres · Little Current, ON
Upon a hill within Manitoulin Island along Highway #6 sits over 25 acres that houses an old time ranch and western feel. A Horse Riding Stable steps away next door. You can find yourself mingling with farm animals such as chickens, babydoll sheep, rabbits and more. Outdoor covered community kitchen is available.
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Cathedral Forests

1 site · Tent112 acres · Tehkummah, ON
The Stone Hedge camping spot is located on a beautiful 112 acre property, a 7 minute drive from Tehkummah town centre, and 15 minutes from the ferry. The ecosystem includes mature sugar maple forest, evergreen forest, Niagara escarpment and the river Manitou running through it. There are also numerous maintained well-marked trails to explore. You can find a map of the property with trails among the photos of this listing.
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Backwater Paradise

10 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Blind River, ON
Backwater Paradise has possibilities for several camping styles. whether you bring your own, easy tenting or choose to go deep and experience raw wilderness/survival at any season. Our new listing is called Left Field. Its raw bush and field space in the center. The main entrance is very well marked and leads to the lake. This is where RVs are able to access and where the easy tent sites are. All nature watchers and sky gazers will enjoy any space we have here. Moose, bald eagles. wolves, otters, beavers, owls and several species of migratory birds are common visitors. The country may have quiet nights but out here the bush can get very loud. We get whippoorwills, frogs and crickets all night. In the lake there is plenty of bass and pike to keep a fisher and kid fishers busy. Common gear will work here and strongly recommend using wire swivel leaders. We promote 'lake 2 plate' principles and if you need anything let us know!! All campers have use of the water front no matter where your site is. On the shore of the lake front is a very large common area and firepit for everyone to access and enjoy the water and shoreline. We host fires Friday and Saturday nights weather permitting in this space.. There are several firepit rings to allow campers to have their own fire and sell hardwood. We also have some small row boats available to rent, the latest addition is the paddle boat rental. There is 30 acres of mixed forest, lake and marsh here and now we are able to be open year round. Backwater Paradise can be discovered at 220 Lake Hope Road, Blind River, Ontario
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Anokawen on the Alvar

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Gordon/Barrie Island, ON
Anokawen on the Alvar is a beautiful, secluded and private property located about 10 minutes south of Gore Bay. A woodland alvar set amongst the trees in a mixed forest of evergreens Cedar, Pine, Fir and Spruce interspersed with Maple, Oak and Birch. The Black Birch Yurt is an inviting space to unwind, unplug and wake up to the sounds of the birds after enjoying the stars on a clear night.
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The best camping near La Cloche Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

La Cloche Provincial Park is a treasure trove for nature enthusiasts and geologists alike, offering a unique blend of ecological wonders and geological formations. Nestled on the North Channel of Lake Huron, this park invites adventurers to explore its diabase dyke intrusions, ridge and terrace forests, and diverse wetlands. While there are no camping facilities, the park's scenic beauty and tranquil environment make it a perfect day-trip destination.

When to go

The best time to visit La Cloche Provincial Park is during the warmer months, from late spring to early autumn, when the park's natural beauty is at its peak. Winter visits offer a serene, snow-covered landscape, but accessibility may be limited due to weather conditions.

Know before you go

  • Check the Sudbury and District Health Unit for any health advisories before your visit.
  • Be prepared for a rustic experience as there are no visitor facilities within the park.
  • Respect the natural environment; remember to leave no trace behind.
  • For any accessibility concerns, contact Ontario Parks to request alternative formats of content.
  • Stay informed about park rules and regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.

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