Favorite Campgrounds Canada

These are my favorite Campgrounds that I have been to in Canada. I camp in a tent, a tent trailor or yurt. I car camp, backpack and canoe. I camp with family, friends, Girl Guides and Scouts.
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Pancake Bay Provincial park on Lake Superior, north of Sault St. Marie and Batchewana Bay on Trans Canada Hwy, south of lake Superior prov. park. Bears have been in campground all 6 or 8 times I have been there. Long sandy beaches. Full comfort stations, laundry, playgrounds. Stop at the Trading Post just south of the park for gas, free coffee and windshield clean and great native crafts. Got a bag of porcupine quills here to make ear-rings + groceries and concession.

Footprints Sandy Beach Pancake Bay Ontario - so many wonderful summer memories, camping is awesome, miles of sand beach!

Muncho Lake Provincial Park, BC, Canada on northern BC section of the Alaska Highway. Serene, secluded Strawberry Flats campground on the edge of Muncho Lake. Some of the most outstanding scenery anywhere. Folded mountains, abundent wildlife, alpine wildflowers, jade-coloured glacial waters and Stone sheep along the highway. 86,079 hectares. 30 campsites a days drive from anywhere. Bring long-lasting food supplies. Often cold. Most RVers pass by as no amenities. Open May-Sept. 15

Muncho Lake Provincial Park, BC, Canada on northern BC section of the Alaska Highway. Serene, secluded Strawberry Flats campground on the edge of Muncho Lake. Some of the most outstanding scenery anywhere. Folded mountains, abundent wildlife, alpine wildflowers, jade-coloured glacial waters and Stone sheep along the highway. 86,079 hectares. 30 campsites a days drive from anywhere. Bring long-lasting food supplies. Often cold. Most RVers pass by as no amenities. Open May-Sept. 15

Every Ontario resident should visit Algonquin park. Its our provincial treasure, first provincial park and full of history and wildlife just a few hours from Toronto.

Every Ontario resident should visit Algonquin park. Its our provincial treasure, first provincial park and full of history and wildlife just a few hours from Toronto.

Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon. One hour north on Dempster Hwy. and your on the Tundra. Bring bug suite, bear precausions, hiking boots, camera, backpack, GPS, extra gas and tires and a sence of awe and adventure. The Dempster starts 20 mins. east of Dawson City on the Klondike Hwy, just past the campground and airstrip. A breathtaking place. Spend a day or camp overnight. REMOTE. Bring dried food, water filter and rope to hang food on supplied posts.

The Tombstone Mountains in Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon Territory, Canada.

Dinasour Prov. Park, Alberta. In the Badlands of southern Alberta off the Trans Canada hwy. east of Calgary. Plan at least 3 days here. Wildlife, desert flowers and cactuses, and so much to do. Visit the Field station in park. Take a bus tour or hike tour of badlands interior. Visit archeological site. Drive to Royal Tyrrell Museum and spend an entire day. Camp on river. Cotton woods hike at dusk. Snakes. Bison on drive in. Programs. Concession. Laundry. Store.

Le Dinosaur Provincial Park (© Photo gracieuseté du Gouvernement de l’Alberta)

Grundy Provincial Park. North for 5 hrs on Hwy 69. 1 hour south of Sudbury. Beaches, kayaking and canoeing ORCA programs in summer. Hiking trails, canoe rentals close by. Just south of French River. Large park with all the facilities. Dog leash free beach.

North for 5 hrs on Hwy 1 hour south of Sudbury. Beaches, kayaking and canoeing ORCA programs in summer. Hiking trails, canoe rentals close by. Just south of French River. Large park with all the facilities.

Cyress Hills Inter-provincial Park in Saskatchewan and Alberta. In saskatchewan make sure to visit Fort Welsh National Historic Site. It was one of the best National Historic Site visits we have had in Canada. Beautiful scenery in Alberta in an erea that was untouched by the glaciers 10,000 year ago. Drive the park back road from one province to the other. Take a day to drive it and visit the fort.

Cyress Hills Inter-provincial Park in Saskatchewan and Alberta. In saskatchewan make sure to visit Fort Welsh National Historic Site. It was one of the best National Historic Site visits we have had in Canada. Beautiful scenery in Alberta in an erea that was untouched by the glaciers 10,000 year ago. Drive the park back road from one province to the other. Take a day to drive it and visit the fort.

Whistler Campground, Jasper. The 1 thing missing from this picture is the elk. They are everywhere. Bears frequent the campground. At 10pm in summer you can look up and still see Whistler Peek lit with the evening sun. Close to town and cable car ride up peek. Just off Icefields Parkway. No reservations. Line up by 10am to get in. Dispose of all dish water into flush toilets and keep all pots & pans locked away. Stay 2-3 days.

Whistler Campground, Jasper. The 1 thing missing from this picture is the elk. They are everywhere. Bears frequent the campground. At 10pm in summer you can look up and still see Whistler Peek lit with the evening sun. Close to town and cable car ride up peek. Just off Icefields Parkway. No reservations. Line up by 10am to get in. Dispose of all dish water into flush toilets and keep all pots & pans locked away. Stay 2-3 days.

Sleeping Giant Prov. park, Thunder Bay. Full of wildlife, trails and views.

Camping the legendary Sleeping Giant, Amethyst Mines, and sailing Lake Superior, Canada

Spruce Woods Provincial park, Manitoba. South of Trans Canada Hwy. Beautiful spruce wooded campground in the parairies with beaches, fabulous playground for kids, laundry facilities, prairie wildlife, ice cream. One of our must stay places on our return trips from out west each time. Bring bug spray for when the prairie wind is still. Weather usually follows same patterns as NW Ontario.

Spruce Woods Provincial park, Manitoba. South of Trans Canada Hwy. Beautiful spruce wooded campground in the parairies with beaches, fabulous playground for kids, laundry facilities, prairie wildlife, ice cream. One of our must stay places on our return trips from out west each time. Bring bug spray for when the prairie wind is still. Weather usually follows same patterns as NW Ontario.


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