The RV Insider
Where to Camp in Northern Ontario this September
Fall has rolled in but there is still plenty of time and good weather to enjoy RVing, especially in Northern Ontario, where you’ll be able to count on less bugs and crowds!
Check out this list of the top parks to visit this September in Northwestern Ontario.
Lake Superior Provincial Park
Admire stunning fall colours and landscapes at Lake Superior Provincial Park! Both the Rabbit Blanket Lake and Agawa Bay Campgrounds are great spots to park your RV this fall.
MacLeod Provincial Park
Named after an abandoned gold mine, MacLeod Provincial Park encircles a lagoon and sits on the peninsula of Kenogamisis Lake. It offers RV enthusiast great recreational activities, such as fishing, hiking, biking, bird viewing, canoeing, and kayaking, wildlife and flora viewing, photography and more.
Located along the shoreline of Lake Superior, this campground offers a panoramic view of the Rossport Islands – a group of islands that make the area a paradise for water and nature lovers. Reservations are required.
Rushing River Provincial Park
A family favourite, Rushing River Provincial Park is located in the far west of Ontario, but the view of the rapids with fall colours makes it worthwhile.