Ojibway Provincial Park

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Ojibway official website

Information

Phone #: (807)737-2033 summer. (807)223-7535 winter.
Main entrance co-ordinates:
Address: Box 730, 479 Government Street, Dryden, P8N 2Z4
Opening seasons: May 17, 2024 to September 2, 2024

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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.

Sandbar Lake Provincial Park

Aaron Provincial Park

Blue Lake Provincial Park

Activities

Camping & Accommodation

Car Camping

Ojibway Campground is the perfect place for a relaxing and enjoyable camping holiday. Our campground offers fewer than fifty campsites, half of which have electricity – ideal if you’re bringing along large trailers. We also have a range of seasonal leased campsites to suit all needs. You’ll find all the amenities you need nearby, including water taps, comfort stations and laundry facilities, while swimming, boating, great fishing and hiking are only a short distance away. So come join us at Ojibway – you won’t be disappointed!

Group Camping

Ojibway Park’s group campsite is a great choice for those looking to experience nature and the outdoors with friends and family. It can host anywhere from 15 to 50 people, so it’s perfect for large groups or company outings. Plus, there are plenty of amenities available just steps away: water taps, vault toilets, and beach access which is ideal for swimming, kayaking, or canoeing. You’ll also be able to make use of the hiking trails around Ojibway Park; these trails range from beginner-friendly to more challenging paths that’ll put outdoor enthusiasts’ skills to the test. Don’t forget your camera; you won’t want to miss shooting some amazing panoramic views!

Hiking, Biking & Paddling

Hiking

Boreal Walking Trail – 1.5 km, easy 
Lakeshore Trail – 6 km, moderate
Little Walking Trail – 0.8 km, easy 
Red pine Walking Trail – 0.5 km, easy
Ridge Bottom Trail – 2.8 km, moderate
Terry Lake Trail – 1.5 km, easy

Biking

Trails: No dedicated trails but you can cycle the park and campground roads.
Rental:

Paddling

Routes: You can paddle Lake Little Vermilion and the park lakes provide access to longer paddling routes.
Rental: Canoes can usually be rented at the park office. Call ahead to check availability.

Maps & Resources

An Ojibway park overview map can be downloaded from the official webpage.

Local Facilities

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