Oastler Lake Provincial Park

ALWAYS check Alerts and other information on the official website, as conditions and facility availability are subject to change.

New Camping Rules for 2023 (14-night max) – new for 2023 are revised rules about the maximum number of nights you can camp. In this park, if you are camping between July 1 and the Saturday of the Labour Day long weekend, you’ll be restricted to no more than 14-nights at this park. Outside of those dates, it’s still the old 23-night maximum. Ontario Parks promises this will be clear when booking.
Rules for backcountry camping and the roofed accommodation haven’t changed.

Facebook and Website Links

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Phone #: 705-378-2401
Main entrance co-ordinates: 45.309631, -79.963983
Address: 380 Oastler Park Drive, Parry Sound, P2A 2W8
Opening seasons: May 10, 2024 to October 15, 2024

Phones and Internet

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.

Killbear Provincial Park

Six Mile Lake Provincial Park

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park


Dog Friendly

This is a dog-friendly park with an off-leash and dog-friendly beach area. You can find more information about having dogs at Ontario Parks in our “Dog-Friendly Ontario Provincial Parks” post, which includes a list of parks with specific dog-use facilities.

Camping & Accommodation

Car Camping

Camping at the park is sure to be an adventure! The park provides car camping in five different campgrounds that contain easy access to drinking and toilet facilities, as well as a comfort station. If you’re looking for some water fun, there’s a small boat launch too. Looking for somewhere to picnic? There’s a shelter for those sunny days, and the whole place is supplied with several water filling stations. If you have more than one vehicle, then parking is allowed on the campsite – just make sure all other vehicles are parked in the additional vehicle lot. It’s worth knowing that there is a boil water advisory currently in effect; so it’s best to bring your own supply of drinking water if possible! However, don’t let this put you off from visiting; after all, it’s worth remembering railway tracks are used frequently near the park – so hop onboard and enjoy your stay!

Radio-Free Camping

The Point Campground is the perfect spot to disconnect and reset! Located on a quiet stretch of beach, this campground is an ideal space for relaxation and recovery.

Walk-In Camping

The Point Campground is a great outdoor destination for an adventure that won’t soon be forgotten. Offering ten walk-in campsites situated on the tip of the peninsula, this secluded spot offers one vehicle parking per campsite, with designated areas ranging from 100 to 300 metres away, perfect for those wanting to immerse themselves in all that Mother Nature has to offer. Come explore nature’s best and make some awesome memories!

Hiking, Biking & Paddling


Trails: No


Trails: No trails in the park but the Seguin Recreational Trail is a 5 km drive from the park, take exit 214 just off of Hwy. 400.


Rental: Rentals are available (first come first served) for campers.

Maps & Resources

Local Facilities

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