If you're planning on a camping trip to Ear Falls this summer, expect a secluded setting, a lot of wildlife, great fishing as well as many recreation options to choose from. Lodges surrounding Ear Falls offer camping during the summer months. Most sites are lakefront or very close to the shore including lakes such as Lac Seul, the English River system, Pakwash, Wabaskang, and Camping. Choose from tent sites, fully serviced RV sites (water, sewer and electricity) or partially serviced (water and electricity) RV sites. Many campgrounds feature a central shower house with restrooms on site, fire pits and picnic tables. Often you'll have the benefit of using of all the camp facilities including fillet house with freezer and wrapping, launching and landing private boats. Some will have laundry facilities if you are staying for a while. If you aren't bringing your own boat, you can rent a boat from the resort.
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 Ear Falls for some shopping, sightseeing, dining or golfing.
Other camping options included staying at the Pakwash Provincial Park, 19 km (12 miles) north of Ear Falls. Pakwash has 69 campsites, 16 of which have electricity. All are within walking distance of toilets and water taps. A comfort station with showers and laundry facilities is also nearby. Group camping for up to 50 people can be arranged. Campsites and amenities are available from mid-May through to Labour Day. Spend the day at the beach and swim in the shallow, clean waters of Pakwash Lake. There's also a picnic shelter next to the beach and toilets nearby. Pakwash Park does not take reservations and campsites are available on a first come, first served basis. Click here for current fees.
For information on campgrounds and RV Parks in Ear Falls, please click on the following members offering camping. If you are planning on staying at more than one community during your summer vacation, visit www.ontariocampgrounds.net to link to other campgrounds in Northwestern Ontario.