Voyageur Provincial Park

Day Use Vehicle Permits: because of the popularity of this park it is one that may need permits to be purchased in advance in order to guarantee park access. This was started in 2021 and will continue in 2022.
If you’re smart grab the permit before any visit even mid-week. We found this out the hard way at our local Provincial Park.
You can buy the vehicle permit up to 5 days in advance which guarantees you access to the park on that day. If you have an annual or season pass you should still go online and book your permit but there’s no extra charge.

Voyageur Official website
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Information

Phone #: 613-674-2825
Main entrance co-ordinates: 45.55561, -74.44490
Address: 1313 Front Road, Box 130, Chute-à-Blondeau, K0B 1B0
Opening seasons: Main season is May to October. Winter season starts December through to March

Travel, Directions & Distances

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Activities

Camping & Accomodation

Car Camping

Voyageur offers car camping in three campgrounds; Champlain, Iroquois and Portage.

The campsites at each campground offer a variety of amenities for visitors. Some have electrical hookups and can accommodate larger camping units, while others are better suited to those who will be using more lightweight gear like tenting or cooking outside their vehicle(s). All three locations feature water taps as well as comfort stations with laundry facilities available on-site! There’s also an adjacent beach in Champlain Park (Iroquois), which makes it easy if you’re looking for some kayaking fun before wrapping up your trip

Dog-Free Camping

Oquois Campground is a great place to camp with your pet if you prefer the sound of silence and minimal contact. They have one loop that’s designated for pets, so there won’t be any noise or hassle from other people!

Group Camping

Voyageur has a Group Campground with five sites. Four of the sites can accommodate up to 100 people and one site is better suited for groups smaller than 50.

Water taps are within a short distance from each site.  Toilets are located at each of the five sites.

Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Radio-Free Camping

Iroquois Campground has one loop set aside as a radio-free area. The sites are located in a forested section of the park and offer a more secluded, private experience without the noise of electronic audio equipment.

Hiking, Biking & Paddling

Hiking

Trails: Coureur des Bois Trail – 1.5km loop, takes about 45 minutes and is an easy to moderate walk.

Biking

Trails: There are no official trails but the park has about 5km of paved roads for relatively safe cycling.
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Paddling

Routes: Plenty of room for leisurely paddling.
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Maps & Resources

Voyageur campground maps can be found on the official website.

Ontario Crown Land Use Policy Atlas: most Provincial Parks have excellent signage, maps, and marked trails. If you take up back-country adventures then it’s not always clear. The Ontario Crown Land Use maps are an excellent resource. You might also want to join one or more of these groups on Facebook
Crown Land Camping Group
Crown Land Camping Ontario
Ontario Parks and Crown Land
Ontario Crown Land Campers
Sharing Ontario Crown Land Camping Spots

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