Caliper Lake Provincial Park

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Phone #: 807-484-2181 or 807-468-2669 (Sept – April)
Main entrance co-ordinates: 49.068974  -93.904116
Address: P.O. Box 188 Nestor Falls, ON P0X 1K0
Opening seasons: May 17, 2024 to October 15, 2024

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Camping & Accommodation

Car Camping

Caliper Lake is a picturesque campground that provides you with 100 campsites and one-quarter of them have electrical hookup. There’s also an onsite dump station, which makes this location perfect for those who are traveling through! A comfort station houses showers as well flush toilets so even though it’s not swimming weather yet there will still be plenty to do while camping at Caliper Lake
It promises endless opportunities: hiking trails await your followers; fishing spots provide protein within these pristine waters—and if none exist then maybe try building some discriminatory policies against

A limited number of seasonal campsites are available via a draw in early May. Contact the park directly at (807) 484-2181 for further details.

Group Camping

Caliper Lake has one group campsite located on the east side of the park, directly overlooking the lake.  A water tap and vault toilets are on site; showers are a ten-minute walk away at the comfort station.  This site can accommodate up to 40 people.  Reservations for group camping can be made online or by phone, or by calling the park directly at 807-484-2181.

Walk-In Camping

Caliper Lake has eight waterfront campsites where you park along the main road and then take a short path (20m– 50m) to your campsite. These campsites are very popular.

Hiking, Biking & Paddling


Beaver Pond Trail – 2– 3km, moderate
The Beaver Pond Trail is accessed off the main entrance road between the Park Office and the beach.  Two loops offer hikers a choice between a 2 km and 3 km hike.


Biking on park roads is a great way to get around and explore the park. Visitors are reminded that Ontario law requires helmets to be worn by those aged 18 years and younger when biking on roads, including those in provincial parks.


The peaceful waters of Caliper Lake offer a relaxing option for a day of canoeing. Visitors can rent canoes at the park office or bring their own.

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