About Us

Restoule Provincial ParkWhen travellers discover the beautiful lands of Loring-Restoule on the northern tip of Ontario’s cottage country, they tend to want to keep the directions to this vacation haven all to themselves.

Travel through our many, quaint small towns that include Argyle, Arnstein, Golden Valley, Loring, Nipissing, Port Loring, Powassan and Restoule.

That’s because, far from life’s everyday distractions but not out of reach, this unique spot in the Canadian wilderness leaves everyone who visits feeling relaxed, rested and rejuvenated – just as nature intended.

With two provincial parks and hundreds of kilometres of waterways (including the iconic Pickerel River system), with outdoor pursuits from boating and fishing to hiking and paddling, and with a range of accommodations from traditional cottages to pitching a tent on Crown land, Loring-Restoule has something for everyone wanting an unforgettable escape from the daily norm.

Come and experience for yourself why this place – rich in character and natural beauty – will charm the socks (or work boots…or business suit…) right off you, all year round.

Getting Here

Found south of Ontario’s Lake Nipissing, and between Georgian Bay to the west and Trout Creek to the east, Loring-Restoule is located by traveling across Provincial Highway 522 (which connects Highways 69 in Parry Sound and Highway 11 in the Almaguin Highlands). Not far from North Bay, and a morning’s or afternoon’s drive from Toronto. Map.

International Travelers

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