*Only Regular Visa and Mastercards are accepted during the online reservation process. No Debit Cards. No Debit Visa / Mastercard.
To reserve your overnight campsite click here
Also, be sure to Check the availability calendars located, below the booking form.
Non-Profit Groups, please contact the Municipal Office to see if you're eligible for reduced rates prior to booking your campsite. 1-800-234-3953 or
There is lots you can see and do in a just one day at the North Frontenac Park Lands. Planning to visit for a day of hiking or canoeing? — all you have to do is buy a road permit for the day.
The Camper's Kit
The Camper's Kit offers a convenient, affordable and simple alternative to managing your waste and recycling while renting a North Frontenac Park Lands Camp Site. The Kit contains what a person or family renting a campsite needs in order to manage disposal of their garbage and recycling - recycling and landfill information, bag tags, plus a one-time Waste / Recycling Site Pass. Available for purchase at the municipal office for $4 / Kit.
To Lake Residents, Campers and Visitors
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is responsible for monitoring the abundance and health of fish populations in the lakes and rivers across Ontario. MNRF science crews will collect information on fish species, take water samples, and check for invasive species in this lake and approximately 152 other lakes from June to September. Work on this lake will take 5 to 8 days to complete.
If you’re on this lake while it is being monitored and see MNRF buoys, please don’t lift the nets or buoys, and avoid recreational activities or anchoring between and around the buoys. All MNRF nets are clearly marked with orange buoys bearing the Ontario logo. Nets are checked and moved to a new location every day.
Biological data are collected by our science crews and provide MNRF biologists with valuable information about abundance, age structure, mortality, and maturity of the types of fish in the lake. This information is used to evaluate the health of fish populations in the lake and make management decisions.
The number of fish caught and sampled represents a very small percentage of the total population in the lake. As resource managers responsible for the sustainability of these populations, we are sensitive to the number of fish collected, but strongly believe this information is necessary to responsibly manage this resource.
It is important for your safety and for the integrity of our data that these nets are not disturbed. If you have any questions or concerns about our monitoring program, contact Steve Vandermeer at 705 324-5851 (
For more on Ontario’s aquatic resources, check out ontario.ca/fishing for angling opportunities and monitoring techniques.