Municipal Parks & Campgrounds
MUNICIPAL AND PROVINCIAL PARKS IN GREENSTONE
Whether you’re looking for a back country oasis, a waterway adventure, or a family-oriented camping getaway, you’ll find them all in Greenstone!
Cordingley Lake Campground
Cordingley Lake Campground is home to the renowned Annual Catch and Release Bass Fishing Derby in the community of Nakina. This municipal park offers visitors a public beach, washroom and shower facilities, picnic area and a boat launch. Electrical sites are also available.
Riverview Campground is a small park where visitors can relax by the Kenogami River, stroll the waterfront, or hike the interpretive nature trail. The park is located at the east end of Greenstone in the community of Longlac.
Poplar Lodge Park
Poplar Lodge Park located just east of the community of Beardmore, featuring soft sand beaches, ancient diabase cliffs, and stunning panoramic views of Lake Nipigon. The park offers electrical and water hook-ups, flush toilets and showers and a children's playground. Click links to find Poplar Lodge Park Layout. & Park Information and Regulations
2014 MUNICIPALITY OF GREENSTONE PARKS SEASONAL CAMPSITE DRAW: Poplar Lodge Park
For more information, contact one of the Municipal Ward Offices.
MacLeod Provincial Park
MacLeod Provincial Park in Geraldton is nestled on the shores of picturesque Kenogamisis Lake where, along with campers and wildlife inhabitants, the park hosts the annual Survive the Park - Mud Run and Geraldton Walleye Classic.
Sedgman Lake Provincial Park
Sedgman Lake Provincial Park is a nature reserve park featuring countless glacial formations and even the rare lacustrine sands of postglacial Lake Nakina.
Little Current River Provincial Park
Little Current River Provincial Park features excellent recreational adventures for the experienced canoeist and backcountry camper in 9,930 hectares of the northern boreal wilderness.
Nakina Morraine Provincial Park
Nakina Morraine Provincial Park is a natural environment park designed to protect the landscape and special natural features of the region, in particular the Nakina Moraine itself, while still allowing for conscientious swimming and camping within it.
Visit www.ontarioparks.com for more information.