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Due to the high demand and requests for available lots throughout the duration of the camping season, Ojibway Park will be adding approximately thirty (30) additional electrical sites to the campground.  With the increased amount of campers in the season, Ojibway Park will also be constructing a new and improved shower house to better serve our seasonal and non-seasonal campers.

A total of two (2) kilometers of nature trail will be constructed on the non-power side of the campground.  This trail will serve as a lolli-pop loop on the nation wide Trans Canada Trail and link into the Lake Huron North Chnnel Cycling Network.  Along this trail development will be installed a new scenic outlook resting area.   With the anticipated increased amount of day and trail users, Ojibway Park will be constructing a new change house in the day-use beach area to better serve our guests and short term visitors.


The following are some improvements that has happened throughout the 2015 season:

  • Cabin rentals - one of two newly built cabins available for rental! These cabins are equipped with bunk beds, two deck chairs, a BBQ grill and lantern for use. Keep an eye out, Ojibway Park has plans to build additional cabins in the near future.


  • Nature Trail - our non-powered side leads to several available walking nature trails in the Park.  Take a couple hours to come enjoy this scenic route, and witness the traditional uses originally set aside for Ojibway Tent and Trailer Park before it was made a public campground.  Our non-power side features several berry picking patches, Pow Wow grounds and other traditional uses.


  • 150 feet of beach retrofitting - since 2014 Ojibway Park has been working to maintain the beach that will better serve and accommodate campers and visitors.


  • New solar outhouses constructed
  • Gazebo's constructed for public use 


  • Boardwalk completion