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Pet-friendly camping near Elliot Lake

Elliot Lake is surrounded by untamed nature reserves, parks, and rich Indigenous cultural history.

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Backwater Paradise
10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents30 acres · OntarioBackwater Paradise has possibilities for several camping styles. whether you bring your own, need...
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Camp Fun at Lake Lauzon
3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Blind River, OntarioLearn more about this land:Come camp on beautiful lake Lauzon! There are currently 5  campsites...
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cabin dot calm
2 sites · Lodging, RVs10 acres · Billings, OntarioLearn more about this land: Enjoy the outdoors on our 10 acres of heaven! If you're looking for...
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Tent Camping by the Lake.
1 site · Tent300 acres · OntarioLearn more about this land:Come camp on the rocky shores of Long Lake.It is a private location...
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Sweet Oasis
1 site · RV2 acres · OntarioSweet Oasis is a private camping getaway. Tranquil & serene campsite provides you with a...
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Hygieia Wellness
1 site · Tent100 acres · Espanola, Ontario110 acres of mixed forest with West River running through the property.The property is on both...
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Manitoulin Vineyard Camping
3 sites · RVs, Tents170 acres · Manitowaning, OntarioLearn more about this land:Explore our Amazing Manitoulin Island with hiking boating canoeing...
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Sweet Oasis
1 site · RV2 acres · South Baymouth, OntarioLiving close to Georgian Bay, I’ve always wanted a waterfront property and I always believed in...
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Tent Camping with Nature
8 sites · Tents4 acres · Batchawana Bay, OntarioEnjoy the best of both worlds with this forested campsite that is close to the beach! Our land is...
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Farm, With Everything. All Welcome.
10 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Greater Sudbury, OntarioWillow Lane Farm is a Heritage Breed Poultry farm that runs a small rescue/sanctuary for...
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Overnight Rest Spot for RVs
2 sites · RVs2 acres · Northern Bruce Peninsula, OntarioThe perfect spot for an overnight rest.Close to Tobermory and the Chi Cheemaun ferry. Parking...
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River Valley Bluegrass Park
50 sites · RVs, Tents180 acres · OntarioRiver Valley Bluegrass Park is a family owned and orientated campground and is home to live music...
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Outdoor stays for every style

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Set around a pristine lake that attracts fishing and watersport enthusiasts in summer, Elliot Lake also features 300 kilometers of looped ATV trails all within 30km of the city. A network of hiking trails also leads visitors to explore the varied terrains—mountains, lakeshore, boreal forest, and marshlands—and the huge variety of flora and fauna that inhabit them. In winter, it's best to hit the popular ski hill, where you'll find plenty of powder for crosscountry skiing and snowmobiling. Expect down-home cooking style restaurants and fast-food joints along with friendly pubs, plus gorgeous swimming beaches and several city parks while you're here.

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Manitoulin Island

The world’s largest freshwater island is filled with lakes and abundant boreal forest, serving up both a wealth of recreation opportunities and a number of restaurants and attractions. More than 40 percent of Manitoulin Island’s population is part of the Anishinaabe First Nations that have lived in the area since long before European settlers arrived—as a result, many authentic cultural experiences can be had (such as pow wows, tipi stays, and guided canoe adventures, to name a few).

Sheriff Creek Wildlife Sanctuary

Hike some of this 182-hectare protected wilderness area to observe dozens of bird species, painted turtles, snowshoe hares, beavers, moose, and maybe even timber wolves if you're lucky. There is also a huge range of flora, including wild orchids.

Matinenda Provincial Park

A completely untamed area, this park offers no facilities but has plenty of appeal for those who love to rough it. Clear lakes teeming with trout meet bedrock uplands and lichen barrens, while the coniferous forest houses moose, deer, and other wildlife. Two canoe routes run through the park.

Bruce Mines

This historic mining town on the shore of Lake Huron makes a quaint stop on any roadtrip through Northern Ontario. Home to Canada's first copper mine, here you can tour the mine shaft and view artifacts at the town museum, visit the marina, and enjoy the lakeshore.

When to Go

The best time to camp in Elliot Lake is in summer and fall, when it's warm enough to enjoy lake activities. If you come before July, the blackflies can be brutal (and mosquitoes last into September). Pitching a tent in winter in Northern Ontario is for only the most extreme campers, so many parks (if they even offer services in this remote neck of the woods) are only open from May through October.

Know Before You Go

  • Don’t even think about travelling here unless you’re bringing or renting a vehicle. It’ll be impossible to get around without one.
  • Cell service can be patchy or non-existent in remote areas of Northern Ontario.
  • Elliot Lake has a Canadian Tire store, as well as several grocery stores, where you can stock up on camping gear and supplies for your trip.
  • There's a laundromat in Elliot Lake, and you can pick up free wifi at the city library.

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