6 parks with extended fall camping seasons

Cooler weather. No bugs. The pumpkin pie aroma wafting from your campfire, and the warmth of hot chocolate in your hands.

It must be fall camping season!

Searching for the perfect destination? These six parks will be extending their camping seasons this year:

Fairbank Provincial Park

Open until September 17, 2023

This quiet, family-friendly park provides a tranquil setting for camping and paddling.

Just 35 km west of Sudbury, it makes a great base for exploring the region!

Need more reasons to visit this park? Read this blog!

Windy Lake Provincial Park

Open until September 17, 2023

reflection of forest with fall colours in lake

A favourite of Sudburians, Windy Lake is a great place for kids!

This park has a great playground and many spectacular spots for picnics.

On the list of must see things during your stay is Onaping Falls. Just south of the park on Hwy 144 at the AY Jackson Lookout, a trailhead leads you through the valley and up to the impressive waterfall.

Neys Provincial Park

Open until October 10, 2023

shoreline with driftwood at golden hour

Located on Lake Superior’s northern coastline, Neys Provincial Park offers visitors gorgeous hiking trails, peaceful campgrounds, a sandy beach, and a rich history waiting to be explored.

Check out these five park features you won’t want to miss!

Silver Lake Provincial Park

Open until October 10, 2023

mian beach

Known for its canopy of mature mixed hardwoods, this park is nestled on the picturesque clear waters of Silver Lake, between Sharbot Lake and Perth along Highway 7.

The park has two sand beaches, a boat launch, and offers canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddleboard rentals for endless opportunities to explore and enjoy the water.

Lake Superior — Rabbit Blanket Campground

Open until October 29, 2023

group hiking in the fall

Rabbit Blanket Campground is situated on an inland lake with a small beach area, close to Hwy 17. There is a comfort station with flush toilets and a trailer dump and fill station

The demanding Peat Mountain Trail is located nearby, taking hikers through a mixed forest to the top of Peat Mountain, overlooking ridges and valleys formed by glacial activity.

Prefer to take it easy? Pack a picnic and chill at Old Woman Bay, located just a short drive from the campground.

Killbear Provincial Park

Open until November 6, 2023

A rockface sinking into inky water, hemmed in by orange coloured trees with leaves that are changing colours with the seasons.

Killbear is one of our most visited parks with its kilometres of rugged, rocky shoreline, numerous sand beaches and beautiful views of windswept pines on rocky islands.

And is it ever gorgeous in the fall!

Be the first to enjoy these parks and book today!