Ontario Tourism Region – Muskoka, Parry Sound & Algonquin Park


Algonquin Provincial Park Entrance © Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2021
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park was established in 1893 and is the oldest Provincial Park in Canada. The current size of the park is about 7,653 square kilometres of 2,955 square miles. The best way to explore the interior is by canoe or by foot. You can also enjoy camping at one of the eight campgrounds, hike […] Read more
Algonquin Trails Camping Resort
Algonquin Trails Camping Resort is nestled in the heart of Muskoka Cottage Country just off highway 60 between Algonquin National Park and Huntsville. Located in the township of Dwight, Lake of Bays there are many local activities and amenities to make your stay enjoyable, comfortable, and memorable. Read more
Arrowhead Provincial Park Entrance © campinglife.ca
Arrowhead Provincial Park
Arrowhead Provincial Park is located in Huntsville, Ontario. At this year-round park in the heart of Muskoka, hike or bicycle on trails that wander through maple forests and past waterfalls, beaver ponds and homesteader’s farms. Quiet Arrowhead and Mayflower Lakes, and the meandering Little and Big East Rivers, are ideal for paddling, fishing and swimming. […] Read more
Bent River Campground, General Store and Gas Bar
We are located just two and a half hours away from Toronto, a place to sit back relax by the pool or the small river or enjoy our recreational facilities with your neighbours. We have great fishing at our local lakes. Take some time and enjoy our quiet family park. Read more
Birch Bank Camp
Birch Bank Camp is located in the heart of Ontario’s “Near North” tourist region; the ultimate vacation destination. Beautiful lakes and clean camp grounds combine to create a perfect haven in which to fish, hike and just plain relax! We offer spacious cottages and fully serviced trailer sites on the southwest side of beautiful Commanda […] Read more
Butterfly Lake Resort
The Muskokas is one the top places in the world for summer vacations and scenery. In fact, it has been recognized by National Geographic Traveler magazine as a special place to visit. Butterfly Lake Resort is a quaint unique spot located in the Muskokas. With just under 90 sites, it makes a great place to […] Read more
Camp Hillbilly Estates
Family camping at its best in beautiful Muskoka! We offer large wooded sites, hiking trails, free mini-golf, a playground, sports facilities and a saltwater pool. And don’t forget our cottages and sleeping cabins. There are many planned activities on the weekends, and a daily tractor ride in July and August. We hope to welcome you […] Read more
Camp Klahanie
Camp Klahanie is located in Ontario’s beautiful Almaguin Highlands, and is the perfect vacation destination for those who enjoy peace and relaxation in a natural country setting. We are just 60km east of Parry Sound, 80 km north of Huntsville and 100 km south of North Bay. We have over 125 acres of woodland to […] Read more
Candlelight on the Bay
Family camping where you can relax and unwind on beautiful Lake Manitouwabing in the heart of Cottage and Rainbow Country. Read more
Duins Pineridge Resort
Duins Pineridge Resort is located north of Huntsville in the Almaguin Highlands, outside of Burks Falls, Ontario on beautiful Pickerel Lake, featuring rental housekeeping cottages, seasonal trailer sites and limited overnight camping. A tent, an RV or a cottage – no matter how you like to get away, you will love the atmosphere here at […] Read more
Gullwing Lake Park
Welcome to Gullwing Lake Park, a seasonal vacation park in the heart of Muskoka cottage country. A proud member of the Linwood Parks family, Gullwing Lake Park offers a practical vacation experience the whole family will love. Enjoy the quiet peace of Ontario on the shores of beautiful Gullwing Lake. Whether you’re partial to fishing […] Read more
Hidden Glen Trailer Park & Marina
On a private road exiting off Highway 400 south, 2 km south of exit 168. 104 seasonal sites, 5 overnight sites. Protected harbour on Georgian Bay. Great fishing, marina service, overnight docking. Victoria Day to Thanksgiving. Hosts: Bob and Katie. Read more
Killbear Provincial Park
Killbear Provincial Park offers kilometres of rugged, rocky shoreline mixed with numerous sand beaches. Beautiful views of windswept pines on rocky islands 6 km recreational trail for hiking and biking, a Visitor Centre, excellent sailing and windsurfing conditions, and Georgian Bay sunsets. Read more