Finlayson Point Provincial Park

Location: Temagami Ontario
Region: Near-North
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 91.4 acres

Finlayson Point Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Gateway to Temagami's vast wilderness, including Lady Evelyn Smoothwater, Finlayson Point is a base for canoeists, boaters, hikers and anglers. Camp here beneath towering stands of pine, swim at a sandy beach, dive in deep, clear water or hike to Caribou Mountain lookout and fire tower. A plaque to Grey Owl honours this well-known English conservationist and imposter.

In the treed campground, the 117 campsites are secluded, some are next to the lake and all are a short walk to the beach. Each site has a fireplace and picnic table and is close to vault toilets and drinking water taps.

Picnics and Day Use
Two small, sandy beaches and a raft provide swimming fun. Bring your family for a picnic at the shelter near the boat launch.

Electric Sites - 33
Visitor Centre
A small museum explains the history and natural features of the area.
Barrier Free Access - Showers, flush toilets, laundromat
Park Store
The museum sells souvenirs, books and maps of the Temagami area.
Showers - Yes, at the comfort station in the campground
Flush Toilets - Yes, at the comfort station in the campground
Laundromat - Yes, at the comfort station in the campground
Play Area - Yes, near the boat launch
Boat Launch - Yes, on the north side of the park
French Language Services - Yes, everywhere.
Canoes and paddle boats in the park; bikes in Temagami
Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are available at the Park Office or Gatehouse. For a $25 refundable deposit, you can borrow a properly fitted PFD for you and your children.

Discovery Trail 1 km (30 minutes) easy
This trail has 14 interpretive stops that describe the park's tree, plants and geology.

A small museum explains the history and natural features of the area.

Fishing - Lake trout, pickerel, bass, panfish, pike

Temagami is a popular canoeing region. Just ask park staff for information.

Wildlife Viewing
Wildlife is abundant in and around Finlayson Park. Moose and bear co-habit with rabbits, squirrels and foxes, the most common animals. Of the many bird species, the ruffed grouse population is the most entertaining in the summer.

There are docking facilities and a boat launch. A fee for mooring applies.

Two sandy beaches slope into shallow, clear water. Children can frolic in a buoyed area close to change facilities.

Cycling - There are no dedicated bike trails.

Winter Activities - Come for a day of snowshoeing and skiing.

For more information:
Finlayson Point Provincial Park
Box 38
Temagami, Ontario
P0H 2H0
(705) 569-3205