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Ojibway Park

ABOUT US

Ojibway Park, Home of Laughing Water Beach, was originally set aside for the women and children of Garden River First Nation to gather traditional medicines during the early 1950's.  By 1962, the park was opened to the general public and promoted as a family gathering place to enjoy the water, shoreline, campgrounds and beautiful surrounding trees. 

Today Ojibway Park has 95 sites with water and 30amp power. Rough camping is also available with approximately 35 non power sites throughout the park. Sites can be rented by the night, week, month or for the whole season. Ojibway Park is a friendly, family campground situated along the beautiful sandy shore of Lake George.

UPDATES TO THE PARK:
Keep your eyes peeled! Ojibway Park has been upgrading seasonally, including: 

Newly renovated Shower House/Comfort Station
4 new beachfront Cabin's
Gazebo's & Beach Pavilion
1000 ft boardwalk,  & 5 km Nature Trail


Ojibway Park has upgraded all powered sites to 30 amps and completed the installation of a new UV water filtration system in July 2014.  Future upcoming developments are:  New Gatehouse & Security building, additional Shower house,  and more powered sites, etc.  We thank you for your continued patience and business while we strive to continuously improve Ojibway Park.