Fushimi Lake Provincial Park

Location: Hearst Ontario
Region: Northeastern
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 13,081.8 acres

Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Starting in 2013 Fushimi Lake will operate in partnership with the Town of Hearst as part of a two year pilot project. The pilot project will explore opportunities and ideas to reduce expenditures and increase revenues and visitation.

This park operates on a first come-first served basis, so reservations are not accepted.

Fushimi Lake is a recreation class park located 37 kilometres northwest of Hearst and accessible from Highway 11 by the Fushimi Forest Access Road. Fushimi Lake is the major water body in the park. The area around Fushimi Lake was set aside as a park reserve in 1967. Fushimi Lake Provincial Park was regulated as a provincial park in 1979.

The park has 46 secluded campsites, 39 with electricity, and all at a convenient distance from hot showers, a laundromat and toilets. Seasonal campsites are also available. 7 interior campsites on Fushimi Lake

Picnics and Day Use - Yes - full size sand volleyball court at Day Use area

Electric Sites - 39

Group Camping - One group campsite is located close to the beach and boat launch and a 5 minute drive from the comfort station. It can accommodate 4 trailers (or several tents) or approximately 40-50 people. Vault toilets and water taps are located on site. Reservations can be made during regular season by calling the park at 705-362-4164.

Barrier Free Access - Campsite #38, Showers, flush toilets, laundromat.
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes
Laundromat - Yes
Boat Launch - Yes
French Language Services- Yes
Rentals - Motor Boat, Paddle boat, Kayaks, trailer storage
Off Season: Gated

Achilles Lake Trail 1 km return (45 minutes) easy

Fire Tower Trail 7 km return (2 hours) strenuous
This trail leads to one of the few original fire lookout towers left in Ontario.

Fish for pickerel, pike, whitefish and perch, then clean your catch at a fish cleaning hut close to the boat launch.
More information on fishing.

Wildlife Viewing
In the campground, watch for common showshoe hares, chipmunks and squirrels. Along the access road, you might see moose and bear but only rarely will red fox, marten, lynx and beaver cross your path.

Boating - Launch your boat and dock at the park.

The sandy beach, shallow, clear water and buoyed area are perfect for family swimming. There are no change facilities.

Hunting in this park is subject to the Ontario Hunting Regulations. Certain restrictions apply. For more information, contact the park or your local area or district office of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Volleyball - Full size sand volleyball court at Day Use Area

For more information:
Fushimi Lake Provincial Park
Box 670
Hearst, Ontario
P0L 1N0
(705) 372-2209 October to April