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    Looking for the best camping in Ontario? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Ontario. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Camping Spots in and near Ontario

    • Parry Sound, Unorganized, Centre Part, Ontario

      Hike Gut Lake

      1.9 mi
      This is a 2.5km loop hike that begins at the beach at the Northern side of Gut Lake. Gut Lake is located within Grundy Lake Provincial Park so you will need to purchase a park permit in order to access this lake (link below).The trailhead for Gut Lake is located just south of a Visitor Center an...
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    • Kirkfield, Ontario

      Canoe to Crooked Lake

      Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park is an undeveloped park with no maintained public facilities or services. The backcountry campsites are first come, first serve and non-reservable. It features rugged canoe routes through lakes and wetlands, and the wilderness section of the Ganaraska T...
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    • Killbear Park, Ontario

      Photograph the Sunset at Killbear Provincial Park

      Perfect for a weekend getaway, Killbear Provincial Park is a stunning place to kick back and relax in the outdoors. The Beaver Dam Campground features a rocky point with Group Of Seven-esque trees that is perfect for watching the late summer sunset. Family friendly with parking right in front, th...
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    • Neys Provincial Park Roads Road, Ontario

      Camp at Neys Provincial Park

      1 mi / 0 ft gain
      On the Ontario Parks website, Neys is described as one of the finest sand beaches on the north shore of Lake Superior, with Pic Island as it was immortalized by Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven, sub-Arctic plants, forest trails and pristine shoreline. That pretty much says it all. If you're dr...
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    • Unorganized South Nipissing District, Ontario

      Paddle Canoe Lake Loop in Algonquin

      16 mi
      This loop was a phenomenal trip for a beginner/intermediate canoe group. There are longer or shorter trips that can start in the same area, so get creative and draft a schedule that works best for your group! The Lakes: Beautiful and clear, quite deep. The paddling is mostly easy, although you ma...
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    • Thunder Bay, Unorganized, Ontario

      Kayak Onaman River to Lake Nipigon

      Starting at the Onaman River Resort, you can boat down river to the Northern inlet and drop kayaks to explore the many islands. You're also able to drive Ombabika Bay Road and put in at the bay. This like is absolutely secluded and produces the most beautiful lake trout and walleyes. I also spott...
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