Camping on Crown Land
Philip Edward Island and much of the Georgian Bay Coast.
Ontario‚Äôs Crown land provides the opportunity for many outdoor recreational activities including camping.
When camping on Crown land, all users are asked to undertake their activities in an ecologically sound and responsible manner, accepting the risks associated with their activities. Please remove all litter and enjoy and respect Ontario‚Äôs Crown land.
If you are interested in camping in an Ontario Provincial Park, please visit the Ontario Parks website for more information.
Residents of Canada
Non-residents of Canada:
If you are a non-resident of Canada, 18 years of age or older and wish to camp on Crown Land north of the French and Mattawa rivers, a Crown Land Camping Permit is required, unless: You are renting a camping unit (a camping unit can include a tent, trailer, tent-trailer, canoe, kayak, recreational vehicle or camperback) from a commercial outfitter in Ontario.
The cost of a Non-resident Crown Land Camping Permit is approximately $10 per person per night.
Non-resident Crown Land Camping Permits are available from numerous fishing and hunting license issuers and from Service Ontario centers in northern Ontario.
Please contact the local MNR Office or call 1-800-667-1940 for more information on camping on Crown Land.
Members or persons in charge of a charitable or not-for profit organization may be eligible for exemptions to a Crown Land Camping Permit by applying in writing to the District Manager well in advance.
1076 Hwy 637, KILLARNEY, Ontario. Canada, P0M 2A0
1.705.287.2828 or Canada & USA - 1.888.222.3410
( located just 4 minutes West of the Killarney Park main gate )
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