Camping Check-in Guide

Arrival and departure:

Check in is 2:00pm and check out is 12:00pm, All cleaning and garbage removal is the responsibility of the campers prior to their departure. To limit face-to-face contact we ask you to fill out an electronic safety waiver before arrival, linked here!
When the waiver is filled out you can go directly to your campsite after 2pm.


All sites have a fire pit, picnic table, and private outhouse.

Bring your own toilet paper and remember that outhouses can only take human waste and toilet paper (no food, water bottles, or garbage)


We have a drinking water tap on the backside of the office for filling up containers during your stay, follow the signage to reach it. It is filtered and tested regularly.


Firewood is sold at our main office for $10 a bag (please place your payment in the box on the shed). We do not permit firewood from outside the property (by provincial regulation) but there is abundant natural firewood around for collection and campers are encouraged to forage for down wood!

Garbage / Recycling:

Garbage will not be picked up, it is the responsibility of the occupants of the unit to dispose of their garbage. Blue garbage bins are located across from the office for disposal on your way out of the reserve.

Payment is due prior to arrival via e-transfer or any major credit card. A receipt will be emailed. Our office, check in booth and rest cabins remain closed and ask that any questions or concerns are taken via phone call, email for at the main office/Tuck Shop.

Canoe Rentals :

We now offer canoe rentals

All rentals include:
1 boater safety kit
2 paddles
2 adult size life jackets (kids available on request)

Rental Rates:
$40 daily
$70 for a weekend (2 days)
$90 for a long weekend (3 days)

$20 delivery if you are unable to transport the canoe.
Delivery and pick up is between 9am – 10:30am.

All canoe rentals are to be arranged a maximum of 2 days prior to your stay.
Any damages will be charged accordingly.