How many campsites does Arrowhead Provincial Park have?
Arrowhead offers camping in three campgrounds: Roe, East River and Lumby. Roe Campground generally offers the most private, well-drained sites. The beach near this campground is less crowded and offers great access for fishing.
Does Arrowhead Provincial Park have electricity?
Everything you expect from an Ontario provincial park is here: comfort stations with showers, sani-dump station, garbage and recycling, electric at some sites and water spigots around the campground. They also have an amphitheatre and several hiking trails, including one to the lookout over Big Bend.
Is Arrowhead Provincial Park open today?
Daily: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Remember: Arrowhead can get EXTREMELY busy during peak times.
Will Ontario Parks be open this summer?
Ontario will open campgrounds and private parks on May 16 so preparations can begin for the summer season as a part of the Stage 1 reopening process, Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday. In Alberta, campgrounds will also open on June 1, and campers can start reserving their spots on May 14.
Are there bears in Arrowhead Provincial Park?
Yes, Arrowhead is known for having bears within the park. Camped there 3 times this summer and each time saw a bear. We have seen them on camp sites and we have also seen them while hiking on the trails. We have seen them many times at arrowhead in the past as well.
Can you rent kayaks at Arrowhead Provincial Park?
Arrowhead offers cabin, canoe, kayak and tube rentals, RV Sites and tent camping.
Are there moose in Arrowhead Provincial Park?
The trail circles a large beaver pond with large rafts of cattails where you might see otter, moose, Great Blue Heron, Tree Swallows and, of course, beavers.
Does Arrowhead park have bears?
Peter Briand, supervisor for Arrowhead Provincial Park, said complaints over 10 days about ransacked coolers and disheveled food on campsites led to staff live trapping a bear at the park on July 12. “The bear continued to obtain food left out on campsites over the past week.
Are Ontario provincial parks free?
In a bid to help space out visits to Ontario’s parks and prevent overcrowding, the provincial government is providing free day-use permits at 115 parks from Monday to Thursday.
Where to camp in Arrowhead Provincial Park?
Arrowhead Provincial Park has 378 campsites in 3 campground areas: There are electric sites in East River and Roe campgrounds. We stayed at site #233 in East River campground. There are large electric sites suitable for larger RVs. Sites are private and well treed.
Is Arrowhead Provincial Park worth a visit?
It is often overshadowed by nearby Algonquin Provincial Park, which is located less than 45 minutes away. Arrowhead though should not be overlooked. With its 2 lakes, 3 beaches and multiple hiking and biking trails to enjoy, it is worth checking out.
Are Dogs Allowed in Arrowhead campground?
Arrowhead’s campsites are some of the best in the Ontario Park system. Dogs are allowed in the park as long as they are on a 10’ leash at all times. The dog beach is located in the North Lumby Campground, a fair jaunt from Roe. Almost best to drive there or go for a very long walk.
What is there to do at Arrowhead?
The centrepiece of Arrowhead, however, is the incredibly beautiful and mesmerizing Stubbs Falls, accessible both by canoe along a gentle river and the Stubbs Falls hiking trail lined with giant white pine.