Rushing River Provincial Park

Rushing River Provincial Park is located near Kenora, which is close to the Manitoba border. The Rushing River flows through part of the park and features a series of rapids and cascades over the rocks that have been carved by glaciers. The park offers swimming, canoeing, hiking and camping and a few other activities to enjoy the water and wilderness.

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park is located on the shores of Lake of the Woods in northwestern Ontario. Lake of the Woods contains over 14,000 islands and has a long shoreline, which means there are plenty of recreational opportunities to be found in and on the water, including swimming, boating, canoeing and fishing.

Caliper Lake Provincial Park

Caliper Lake Provincial Park is located in northwestern Ontario and is known for its impressive stand of old growth red and white pine trees. The park offers camping and other amenities, including a sandy beach, a single hiking trail and boat launch.

Quetico Provincial Park

Quetico Provincial Park is situated in Northwestern Ontario and is reputed to be an amazing place to canoe and backcountry camp. It is a wilderness park that is part of the Boundary Waters, a region straddling the Canada-United States border between Ontario and Minnesota just west of Lake Superior. It contains a vast network of interconnected lakes, rivers and streams and offers over 2,000 backcountry campsites. It also contains a few hiking trails and two campgrounds for car camping at the northern edge of the park.

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park is located just west of Thunder Bay. It features the second largest waterfall in Ontario, which is commonly referred to as the Niagara of the North. The park contains a number of viewing platforms and trails that provide excellent views of Kakabeka Falls and the surrounding area.

Pigeon River Provincial Park

Pigeon River Provincial Park is located along Lake Superior on the mouth of the Pigeon River at the Canada United States Border. It is part of the Voyageur Boundary Waters Canadian Heritage River that protects a system of lakes and rivers that run along the international border of Ontario and Minnesota. It is a day-use park that is open year-round and offers a range of hiking trails that provide countless opportunities to view the river, falls and surrounding area.

MacLeod Provincial Park

MacLeod Provincial Park is located on a peninsula in Kenogamisis Lake just outside of Longlac in Northern Ontario. This area was once used to mine gold and the park is named after Fred MacLeod who was one of the discoverers of the MacLeod-Cockshutt gold mine which operated nearby. MacLeod is known for its water-based recreational activities, including boating, fishing, swimming and canoeing.

Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

Fushimi Lake Provincial Park is located in the heart of Northern Ontario, just outside of Hearst. While most of the park is left to wilderness, there's a small campground located on Lake Fushimi with around 40 sites for car camping and 12 backcountry sites that are only accessible by canoe or boat. Fushimi Lake also has two hiking trails that weave through the boreal forest.

René Brunelle Provincial Park

René Brunelle is located in the small town of Moonbeam in the Cochrane District. It was named after a Canadian politician who lived in the area and represented Cochrane North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1958 to 1981. The park is situated on Remi Lake, which used to be a float plane base in the early 1900s. It features four sandy beaches, two hiking trails and other great opportunities to enjoy nature.

Kettle Lakes Provincial Park

Kettle Lakes Provincial Park is located close to Timmins in Northern Ontario. The landscape in the park was shaped during the last Ice Age. Gigantic ice chunks were left behind by retreating glaciers and buried beneath glacial till, which created a depression, or kettle. The ice eventually melted to form a small deep lake. There are 22 lakes in Kettle Lakes that are kettles.