Camping at Fushimi Lake Provincial Park in Ontario is a relaxation site. There are total 53 campsites. You can go to the site and end enjoy Camping, Hiking, Boating, Swimming, Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Viewing opportunities.
Amenities: Electrical Campsites, Picnic Table, Firewood, Pit/Flush Toilets, Tap Water, Sewage Dumping Station, Barrier Free Access, Showers, Day Use Area, Hiking Trails, Fish Cleaning Station, Rentals, Boat Launch, Group Camping, Laundry.
Site Description: Most of the sites are medium-sized with variations as to openness and covering in a mixed forest with many hardwoods. The sites at the dock are electrical and there are lakeside sites as well. There is also one wheelchair accessible site. The pit toilets have sinks for hand-washing and water-filling station alongside the sewage disposal. There is a kayak entry area instead of a boat launch on the lake as well as a campers’ beach which is small and sandy. There is an island to swim to. Pet owners have access to a walking area. This park works on a first come-first served basis, so reservations are not required. Fushimi Lake is the major water body in the park. Fushimi Lake Provincial Park was controlled as a provincial park in 1979.
Driving Direction: Located at Approximately 25 km west of Hearst on Highway 11, turn north on acces road drive about 13 km then turn east.