Ontario Tourism Region – North West

Aaron Provincial Park Entrance © Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2021
Aaron Provincial Park
Aaron Provincial Park is located on Thunder Lake in Wabigon, Ontario near the city of Dryden. There are close to 100 campsites with a third having electricity. The campsites are suitable for tents only to large trailers. Facilities include water taps, comfort stations and laundry facilities. Recreational activities including swimming, boating, fishing and hiking are […] Read more
Albany River Provincial Park
The Albany River, a former route for fur traders, passes through a region of rugged, Early Precambrian bedrock. Retreating glaciers, and the river itself, have left their marks in the shape of moraines, drumlins, and a variety of water-shaped landforms. Park Facilities and Activities The park has no visitor facilities. Backcountry canoeing and camping are […] Read more
Albert Lake Mesa Provincial Park
In this nature reserve, you’ll find three types of landforms—moraine, mesa and cuesta—all in one region. A cuesta is a hill or ridge, with a steep face on one side, and a gentle slope on the other. The park is home to many species of liverwort plants and lichens, some rare, and the locally uncommon […] Read more
Amberlite Wilderness Resort
From the serenity of the lake’s tranquil waters and the splendor of the woodland foliage, to the abundance of fish and wildlife, Amberlite Wilderness Resort is a haven for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and all who love to fish! We have boat rentals but, if enjoying the comforts of fishing from your own boat is […] Read more
Caliper Lake Provincial Park
Campground features an impressive stand of old growth red and white pine trees. The dedicated angler might catch Northern pike, crappie, walleye, or Smallmouth bass. Large beach and buoyed swimming area provide family fun. Lucky individual might see American White pelicans that occasionally make Caliper Lake their home. Read more
Happy Land Park
Thunder Bay’s 5-star big-rig park. Where campers return, year after year, to enjoy our immaculate facilities. Large pull-thru sites with up to 50 amps, large heated pool and hot tub, WiFi and cozy camping cabins. Close to Fort William Historical Park and only a 1/2 mile from the village of Kakabeka Falls, with all of […] Read more