Regional Provincial Parks

Provincial ParkOur region has a vast number of Provincial Parks for your enjoyment. Browse the information below to find out more about what we have to offer you on your holiday vacation with us in northern Ontario.


Restoule straddles the narrows between two lakes south of Lake Nipissing. Hike or mountain-bike to high granite bluffs and a fire tower where you can see for miles. Watch for heron rookeries, birds of prey and populous white-tailed deer. Embark from here on a five-day canoe trip tracing Samuel de Champlain’s original route.

Grundy Lake

From several lakes in this park off the Trans-Canada Highway, you can paddle to the voyageurs’ route along French and Pickerel rivers into Georgian Bay. Beaches and smooth rocky shores provide excellent swimming. And mixed forest marks this area as the boundary between north and south. Hiking trails explore the forest.

Noganosh Lake

There are no visitor facilities at this non-operating park, however, there are excellent recreational opportunities for canoeing, fishing, and nature appreciation.  This waterway park consists of a series of connected lakes. Rocky shorelines, deep channels, mature red and white pine forest, tolerant hardwood stands, and several wetland areas are also present. Important shoreline and aquatic communities are protected, including several species of Atlantic coastal plain flora.

Location: Noganosh Lake Provincial Park is principally located in Brown Township.


Three sandy beaches are perfect for a day’s respite by the water at this family campground on Eagle Lake. Come for a swim, try some fishing, go for a paddle. Or follow hiking trails through pine, birch, maple and hemlock forests, home of chipmunks, squirrels, and raccoons in this little piece of wilderness.


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