Fairbank Provincial Park


Location: Worthington Ontario
Region: Near-North
Character: Recreation
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Length/Size: 259.5 acres

Fairbank Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

The main attraction at this park west of Sudbury is Fairbank Lake, a crater created by a meteorite that hit the earth millions of years ago. The spring-fed lake is so clear it attracts snorkellers and scuba divers. Camp around the rim of the lake and climb to trail lookouts to view it and the Fairbank fault.

Please check park alerts (boil water advisories, beach advisories and firebans)
Camping
Each of the 160 campsites, including 40 with electrical service, has a picnic table, fireplace and nearby amenities.

Group Camping - Fairbank has two group camping sites, one that accommodates 10 large trailers (30 people), and the second that accommodate 20-30 people. Vault privies are found on site and water nearby. Both sites are close to the beach, while the first site is about a 1 minute walk from the comfort station and the second is a ten minute walk. Reservations can be made by calling the park directly at (705) 866-0530.
Picnics and Day Use
The tabled picnic grounds feature a picnic shelter and a playground.
Electric Sites - 40
Barrier Free Access - Showers, flush toilets, laundromat
Showers - Yes, at the main campground
Flush Toilets - Yes, throughout the park
Laundromat - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Boat Launch - Yes
French Language Services - Yes
Rentals
Canoes, boats and motors, water and mountain bikes, trailer storage, picnic shelter

Hiking
Wa-shai-ga-mog Trail 0.5 km (30 minutes) moderate
Twelve interpretive stops explain the nickel and copper mining history of the area. Be prepared for a couple of steep climbs on this trail.

Fishing
Fishing is best in spring for lake trout and bass.
More information on fishing.

Canoeing
Take a short trip in your canoe or pack a picnic and spend the day paddling on the lake.

Boating - Launch your boat and dock at the park.

Swimming
Families can swim safely in a buoyed area at the long sandy beach. Further out the water is deep. There are no change facilities.

Winter Activities - The roads and trails are good for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

For more information:
PO Box 560
Levack, ON
P0M 2C0
(705) 866-0530
(705) 966-2315 October to April