Explore the beauty and wonders of Ontario at Missinaibi Provincial Park. This stunning work of nature is home to large lakes, scenic waterfalls, a beach, and over 100 Indigenous pictographs. Add this spot to your summer bucket list and check out what it has to offer.

Located in northern Ontario, Missinaibi Provincial Park offers true outdoorsmen excitement at every turn. If you’re coming from the city, you’ll definitely want to book a camping site.

Choose from either backcountry camping off Missinaibi Lake, car camping, or group camping. Pricing and camping sites can be booked and found here.

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And if you spend a few nights here, make sure to bring your canoe. There are five canoe routes to explore, including along the Missinaibi River which is one of the longest at 500 km of whitewater river, and famous routes in the Hudson Bay watershed, according to Ontario Parks.

You are also allowed to use your motorboat on Missinaibi Lake and Brunswick Lake, if that so happens to be something you are interested in.

Other activities here include fishing opportunities for Lake trout, Walleye, and Northern Pike; hiking and exploring the remnants of a logging camp from the 1950s; swimming at an uncrowded sandy beach if you happen to go camping, and learning more about the parks history.

Did you know that there are over 100 100 Indigenous pictographs at the Fairy Point site on Missinaibi Lake? There’s lots to discover at Missinaibi Provincial Park.


According to Ontario Parks, the cost of a Day Use permit depends on the time of the year whether it be on or off-season, and by park.

For more park-specific fees, contact the park directly.

It’s important to note that this park closes on September 24th so you only have a few more weeks left to enjoy it to its fullest.

Missinaibi Provincial Park

Where: Missinaibi, Pk Rd, Sudbury