Halfway Lake Provincial Park Campgrounds

Old Cartier Rd, Levack, ON P0M 2C0

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Campground Overview

Halfway Lake has car camping and backcountry camping options.

Car Camping

There are three developed campground options:

  • Wild Rose campground
  • Hawknest North campground
  • Hawknest South campground

Most campsites are flat, private and some can accommodate large trailers. In the Wild Rose campground, all sites are equipped with electricity. The campground is a favourite for families with young children because of its closer proximity to the store and to the main beach. It also offers a small number of waterfront campsites that are situated directly on Raven Lake. The Hawksnest campground offers a mixture of both electrical and non-electrical campsites. The north end of the Hawksnest campground offers quiet campsites within a short walking distance to hiking trails within the campground, while the south end of Hawksnest offers non-electrical campsites that are in close proximity to the main beach and playground. There are also a small number of non-electrical campsites situated directly on Raven Lake.


Located at the southern edge of the Boreal Forest, Halfway Lake Provincial Park covers the rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield. The park offers two canoe routes and one long-distance hiking trail. This park is ideal for beginner backcountry visitors. Antrim Lake is on the northeast side of the park and offers spectacular scenery and wildlife viewing opportunities. There are two campsites along the shore with access to secluded sandy beaches for picnicking and swimming. Bailey Lake is in the southern section of the park and is accessible by portage from Halfway Lake. This area offers clear water and quiet paddling where you can see nesting bald eagles, osprey, and a great blue heron rookery. When water levels are high, a secondary canoe route takes you into Two Narrows Lake. The 15 km Hawk Ridge Trail has five campsites that provide an excellent backcountry hiking experience. There are many wonderful photo opportunities from the spectacular vistas of Lost Lake, Three Island Lake, and Crystal Lake. Most backcountry campsites have a box privy.

Campground Type:
Provincial Parks
Overnight Sites:


Boat launch
Campground Store
Comfort Station with Showers
Swimming (Lake/River/Beach)
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