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April 7 Notice

 April 7, 2020

In efforts to help flatten the curve regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic and per Provincial Orders North Frontenac Parkland’s Campsites are closed until further notice.  Use of the sites for overnight camping during closure is not permitted.  We will not be accepting new bookings for 2020 at this time.  If you have already made reservations for the 2020 camping season please contact us a couple of weeks ahead of your reservation date and if the Provincial Orders have not changed (things are unknown at this time and are changing rapidly) we can either provide you with a credit for camping later in 2020 or for the 2021 camping season or a refund.

The sale of Crown Road Maintenance Permits for road access within the North Frontenac Parkland’s will continue at this time.  Permits can be purchased at https://www.northfrontenacparklands.com/ roadpermits.html .

Moreover, if using boat launches within North Frontenac Parkland’s please follow social distancing guidelines (https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/phac-aspc/documents/services/publications/diseases-conditions/coronavirus/social-distancing/64-05-19-2611-Coronavirus-Factsheet-Physical-Distancing-EN-06.pdf ) at all times.

We apologize for this inconvenience; however everyone’s safety is our top priority.

Please continue to check https://www.northfrontenacparklands.com/ for updates.

Thank you for your understanding and patience in these challenging times

Corey Klatt, Dipl.M.A.

Manager of Community Development,

(613) 479-2231 Ext. 233 or recreation@northfrontenac.ca

The sale of Crown Road Maintenance Permits for road access within the North Frontenac Parkland’s will continue. 

Permits can be purchased at


North Frontenac is quite simply Eastern Ontario’s best recreational backcountry experience.  Discover breathtaking beauty,  witness undisturbed nature,  explore timeless terrain and enjoy quiet solitude and tranquility.

North Frontenac Park Lands is a collection of 184 backcountry campsites nestled along the shores of 12 lakes atop the Madawaska highlands and Mississippi Valley watershed.

Carved from the Precambrian granite of the Canadian Shield North Frontenac Park Lands were 2 ½ billion years in the making—residing entirely on crown land it remains one of the most pristine natural environments in the province.

North Frontenac Park Lands—come discover Eastern Ontario’s Backcountry Experience™, just north of Highway 7, 2 hours west of Ottawa, 3 hours east of Toronto.

Take notice of any severe weather notices in the area.

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