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NO CAR CAMPING. HIKE-IN OR PADDLE-IN CAMPSITES ONLY

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NO CAR CAMPING. HIKE-IN OR PADDLE-IN CAMPSITES ONLY

• Credit: Ontario Parks

Frontenac Provincial Park: Ontario's most southern wilderness park.

Local outfitters offer exceptional services for guided or self-guided adventures. #PaddleON



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Frontenac Provincial Park is an easy drive from Ottawa (2 hours) or Kingston (45 minutes). It is open year round with 48 interior campsites. It has excellent paddling, swimming, fishing and wildlife viewing. Be sure to visit the Mink Lake Lookout, the highest point in the Park and one of the Amazing Places of the Frontenac Arch UNESCO World Biosphere.

For information on park fees and reservations, click here.

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