Finlayson Point Provincial Park

0 Reviews 24 Finlayson Park Rd, Temagami, ON P0H 2H0

Located within the limits of city of Oakville, Bronte Creek has become more of an urban park than a provincial park. The park is huge for an urban location, and very well embraced by the residents of the nearby neighbourhoods. The park offers visitors a variety of recreational experiences year round. The park has over 10km of multi-purpose trails, 11 picnic shelters (reservable), a turn-of-the-century living history museum, nature centre, children’s playbarn, and a seasonal outdoor 1.8 acre pool. The park is especially great for family visits with plenty of activities to keep your kids entertained. Annual events include the award winning Maple Syrup Festival each March, Fall Harvest Festival, and Victorian Christmas. Campground off Bronte Road has 142 camp sites, 3 yurts, group camping areas and a leash free pet exercise area.

Campers flock here in the summer months to stay at one of 117 secluded and beautiful campsites. While some are located right near the lake; the others are just a short walk away from the beach. Make sure to reserve early if you are looking for a prime lake spot. As well as car campsites there are 34 sites with electrical hookups; perfect for a trailer or RV. Amenities for the campground include comfort stations with hot water, showers, flush toilets and laundry as well as a boat launch and park store for anything you might have forgotten. Camping here includes the sound of float planes taking off, beautiful viewing of the stars overhead and necessary facilities close by in case you forget anything. If you wanted to splurge be sure to book the campsites with the included docks; thus feeling more like you are at a cottage rather than a campground.


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