Camping in Ontario

The government has extended the closure of overnight/transient camping sites until the 9th of June. Campgrounds who offer full season contracts are permitted to allow campers on site. However, we still urge everyone to remain at home to mitigate the risk of infection and spread of COVID-19. Social distancing and limits of 5 people for group gatherings all remain in effect in all campgrounds at this time. Recreational facilities such as beaches, pools, and splash pads remain closed. Please contact your campground to learn more about safe practices and steps going forward.

Ontario Opening Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves

As of June 1, limited backcountry camping will be available at Ontario Parks, including access points, paddle and portage routes and hiking trails. Those with reservations made for backcountry camping beginning June 1 and onward will be allowed to proceed.

Following current provincial restrictions no more than 5 people can occupy a backcountry campsite during their stay, unless from one household.

The closure of all other overnight camping and some day use activities at provincial parks and conservation reserves and backcountry camping at Charleston Lake, Fushimi Lake, Grundy Lake, Halfway Lake, Mississagi, Murphy’s Point, Restoule and Wakami Lake will continue to be reassessed and has been extended up to June 14 at this time. Buildings and facilities including, campgrounds, roofed accommodations, visitor centres, park stores, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and beaches remain closed. Washroom facilities may be available at some parks – visitors should check their individual park page at to see what facilities are available before visiting.

To ensure the safety of visitors and park staff, Ontario Parks has been conducting critical maintenance and other start-up procedures and ensuring operational and safety protocols are in place so that more recreational activities and facilities can open when it is safe to do so.

Please review FAQs for additional details and continue to check back and follow Ontario Parks social media channels for the most up-to-date information.





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