Oastler Lake Provincial Park


Location: Parry Sound, Ontario
Region: Near-North
Character: Recreation
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Length/Size: 79.1 acres

Oastler Lake Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Make Oastler Lake a convenient base for exploring Parry Sound and Georgian Bay or stay put and enjoy the long, sandy beach. The park features scenic waterfront campsites, rocky shorelines and access to summer hiking and winter ski trails. Note: railway tracks near the park are used frequently.

Camping
Oastler Lake has 148 campsites, many of which have vistas on Oastler Lake. Twenty-four campsites have electrical service. The campground provides easy access to drinking water, toilets and a comfort station. There is also a boat-launching ramp, a trailer dumping/filling station and a picnic shelter close by.

Ten walk-in campsites are located on the tip of the peninsula.
Picnics and Day Use - Yes
Electric Sites - 42
Barrier Free Access - Showers, flush toilets
Park Store - Souvenirs are available at the Park Store.
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes
Boat Launch - Yes
Rentals - Canoes
Off Season - Gated

Hiking
Oastler Lake has no hiking trails but the Seguin Recreational Trail is five km from the park.

Fishing
Summer is the best time to fish for rainbow trout, pike and bass.

Canoeing
Massasauga Provincial Park 15 km from Oastler Lake has canoe routes one to seven days long for a range of skill from novice to expert. Canoe rentals are available through Oastler Lake.

Boating
The lake is suitable for boats (including motorboats) less than 20 feet long. There is a boat launch and limited docking facilities.

Swimming
The water is clear and clean off the sandy beach. A buoyed area and change facilities make this ideal for family swimming.

Cycling - Cycling trails are within five km of Oastler Lake.

For more information:
Oastler Lake Provincial Park
380 Oastler Park Drive (former Hwy 69)
Parry Sound, Ontario
P2A 2W8
705-378-2401