There are many camping vacation options in Kenora. You can camp at a private campground, at an RV resort or at Rushing River Provincial Park. Rushing River Park is a short 20 minute drive from Kenora. The majority of campsites in Kenora are along the shores of Lake of the Woods or surrounding lakes such as Longbow Lake or the Winnipeg River. If you are planning on camping and fishing in the area, many resorts also have RV parks. These resorts have fishing boat rentals and fish cleaning houses.
Whether you are staying in a trailer, R.V. or tent, you'll find campsites in Kenora. You can stay right in town on Lake of the Woods or on the Winnipeg River. Go north on Highway 658 from Kenora and you'll find the secluded Separation Rapids Campground. You can also stay in a Yurt in Minaki if you want to try something different. If you head just 10 minutes east you'll find some campgrounds on Longbow Lake. Longbow Lake is 8 kms long and is ideal for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, skiing, tubing, or just a relaxing boat ride. You can easily access lake of the Woods on a boat lift. If you head east to the Highway 17/71 turnoff and go south on Highway 71 you find campgrounds along various lakes straddling the highway. You can camp at resorts on Andy Lake, Blindfold Lake as well as Dogtooth Lake. Richard Lake are Williard Lake has found along Highway 17 between Vermilion Bay and Kenora.
To make camping reservations or for more information on camping in Ontario, please visit the Kenora campgrounds below. If you will be camping in other towns as well, please visit our website dedicated to campgrounds in Northwestern Ontario.