Some of the lodges surrounding Atikokan offer camping during the summer months. Most sites are lakefront or very close to the shore including lakes such as Finlayson and Perch. Choose from tent sites, fully serviced RV sites (water, sewer and electricity) or partially serviced (water and electricity) RV sites. Many campgrounds feature a shower house with restrooms and laundry facilities on site. There are many activities to do on your camping vacation - try fishing, swimming, canoeing or hiking. For the children, you can find campgrounds that have sand beaches and playgrounds. From a change from the secluded wilderness setting, head into the Town of Atikokan for some shopping, sightseeing, dining or recreation.
For the person that wants total seclusion, remote campsites can provide the ideal setting for your most memorable and exciting camping adventures. You can boat out to prepared lakeside locations and enjoy the piece of remote Northwestern Ontario Wilderness. The sites have fire pits and everything you need to make camping comfortable and convenient.
Quetico Park and Pavilion
Less than 30 minutes east of Atikokan lays the magnificent wilderness park known as Quetico. The entry pavilion is an architectural gem and housing a reception centre and a library featuring a complete record of the region, from early aboriginal times to present. Quetico has 107 campsites for summer and winter camping, picnic area, playground, hiking trails, biking trails and offers backcountry camping.
For more information on the campgrounds and trailer parks in Atikokan, Ontario, please click on the following camping facilities. If you plan on moving around and staying at different campgrounds throughout Northwestern Ontario, visit www.ontariocampgrounds.net to link to other members with camping facilities.