MacLeod Provincial Park

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Phone #: (807) 854-0370
Main entrance co-ordinates: 49.690468 -86.902049
Address: MacLeod Provincial Park c/o Municipality of Greenstone P.O Box 1800 Main Street Geraldton, ON P0T 1M0
Opening seasons: May 17, 2024, to September 22, 2024

Telephone & Internet

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Travel, Directions & Distances


Nearby Parks & Conservation Areas

If the park is very busy, especially one that requires a reserved day pass, you might want to consider a nearby park or conservation area.

Rainbow Falls Provincial Park

Neys Provincial Park

White Lake Provincial Park


Camping & Accommodation

Car Camping

This quiet campground has 100 campsites, one quarter of which are electrical. Campsites suit a range of equipment from tents, to trailers, to RVs.
Campsites at this park are all well treed and many sites are located on a peninsula jutting out into the lake and they have their own shoreline.Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Group Camping

MacLeod has one group camping area, isolated in the heart of nature, though in close proximity to the nature trail and the comfort station. The site lies just minutes from Kenogamisis Lake, making for beautiful scenery. Water and toilets (privies) are on site. Approximately 100 people can be accommodated on this site.  Reservations can be made by calling the park directly at (807) 854-0370.

Hiking, Biking & Paddling


MacLeod Trail – 1 km (30 minutes) easy
This trail passes through a forest of Trembling Aspen, the prominent tree in the park. Much of the original forest was destroyed by fire in 1939. A trail guide is available that explains forest succession.


Bicycles are a great way to explore the campground and are encouraged as a mode of transportation within the park. They are permitted on park roads but not on the trail system.


Traveling by canoe is the perfect way to explore Kenogamisis Lake. Canoes can be rented from local outfitters near the park.

Maps & Resources

Ontario park has an overview map for Macleod provincial park click here for more information

Local Facilities

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