If you are not a deep woods camper, why not experience the splendour of camping in the Park by staying at one of the more traditional drive-in highway campgrounds? Individual campsites are clean, well maintained and feature a picnic table and fire pit. Some sites have electrical services. At each camp ground there are comfort stations, some with showers and laundry facilities. All are situated on a Park lake and most have a beach area. These campgrounds are ideal for families or groups not wanting to venture too far off the beaten path. They are also great for staying the one night before you start your canoe trip and the one night at the end of your trip.
There are eight campgrounds along the highway 60 corridor:
- Tea Lake Campground
- Canisbay Campground
- Mew Lake Campground
- Lake of Two Rivers Campground
- Pog Lake Campground
- Kearney Lake Campground
- Coon Lake Campground
- Rock Lake Campground
All campgrounds are open from mid June to Labour Day. Only Canisbay, Mew Lake, Lake of Two Rivers and Rock Lake are open spring and fall as well. We have provided below a campgrounds map for Mew Lake and Lake of Two Rivers. This will give you a feel as to what the campgrounds look like and can help you in reserving specific sites.
To reserve Algonquin Park campground camping permits: