Register and pay for fees before camping equipment is erected.
Our policy is 2 adults or 2 adults and dependent children under 18 and one vehicle per campsite.
Quiet hours are from 11p.m. until 8a.m. Check –out time is 12 noon No refunds will be issued under any circumstances including cases due to weather conditions.
All guests must register before entering the park. Visitors will be charged an admittance fee.
Unregistered visitors will be charged twice the amount of the admittance fee. All visitors must leave the park by 10:30 pm.
All persons entering the camp grounds and using the facilities DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK.
Registered campers and cabin users are personally responsible for the conduct of their children and visitors. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied to the washrooms, to prevent plugged toilets and horseplay.
Children under the age of 18 have an 11pm curfew and no riding bikes after dusk. Helmets must be worn when cycling.
Keep pets on a leash. DO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDED. Please clean up after your pet. ZERO TOLERANCE TO DOGS OFF LEASH. Those not conforming may result in eviction.
ABSOLUTELY NO FIREARMS OR FIREWORKS ALLOWED.
DO NOT LITTER – Help to keep the park clean. Put you garbage in a bag and take to dumpster behind office. Do not allow children to dispose of garbage in the dumpster as the lid is heavy and children cannot reach. Please deposit recycles in the appropriate bins at the washrooms.
Noisy parties, foul language, drunkenness, illegal drugs and disorderly conduct will not be tolerated. Consumption of alcohol in public places is strictly prohibited. Music and voice levels, etc. should be kept at a reasonable level at all times of the day and night. THERE IS A MIDNIGHT CURFEW ON MUSIC. Violation of the above will result in your camping privileges being revoked.
Please light fires only in pits provided. DO NOT MOVE FIREPITS. Keep fires low at all times. Cutting wood is prohibited. Wood can be purchased from the office/store.
PUT ALL FIRES OUT BEFORE RETIRING AND/OR LEAVING YOUR SITE.
Practice good camping manners and respect your neighbour’s solitude and privacy.
Management Reserves The Right To:
Refuse admittance or make refunds to undesirable persons and will ask such persons to leave the park if necessary.
Access the sites at all times for inspection, service and utility maintenance.
Proudly owned and operated by the Chippewas of Rama First Nation.
Come and explore our park, a beautiful riverfront setting in Lake Country. Black River Wilderness Park boasts island campsites and cabins along with serviced sites. We are conveniently located on County Rd 169 on the way to Muskoka, with over 180 acres of wilderness to enjoy.