Camping on Parklands

There are 184 campsites in North Frontenac Park Lands. All sites are interspersed on or near the shores and islands of 12 area lakes. Fewer than 20 sites are nearby designated parking areas accessible by road, the rest are accessible only by water.

Access points on each lake can be reached by road, although most are secondary, tertiary or crown roads where an off-road capable or other 4-wheel drive vehicle are the better choice of transport—after all this is a backcountry experience!

Book your Campsite

Camping is permitted at the designated sites from May 1st to October 31st. Book your campsite to reserve your campsite now and obtain your camping permit and 1 road permit.

Ensure your campsite permit is on your campsite for the duration of your stay, while the road access permit is displayed in the windshield of your parked vehicle.

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Road Access Permits

Beginning April 1st until November 15th a Road Access Permit is required for any use of the 58 kilometers of Crown Roads located in the North Frontenac Park Lands. All vehicle types require a permit. Fees collected for Road Access Permits are reinvested by the Township into maintenance and upkeep of the Crown Roads and North Frontenac Park Lands.

All other use of the Crown Roads require (i.e. whether or not you are camping) a separate Road Access Permit.

Purchase a Daily, weekly and seasonal Road Access Permit.

Residents of the Township of North Frontenac must purchase their road access permit directly from the Township's main office at 6648 Road 506, Plevna, Ontario K0H 2M0.

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