Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

Location: Point au Baril, Ontario
Region: Near-North
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 34.6 acres

Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Situated among the 30,000 Islands, this small campground off Highway 69 is an excellent base for exploring the craggy shoreline and fishing the deep, bountiful waters of Georgian Bay. Camp under trees with a view of the water and swim at a safe, sandy beach. Camping
Eighty one campsites, 31 of which have electricity, accommodate tents or trailers. Many campsites provide a view of the beach and most are situated in a white pine and poplar forest. Each campsite has a fireplace, grill and picnic table. Flush and vault toilets are located throughout the camping area.

Picnics and Day Use - Yes

Electric Sites - 31
Barrier Free Access - Flush toilets
Park Store - Sells groceries, camper supplies and souvenirs.
Flush Toilets - Yes

Boat Launch - Yes. Please note due to fluctuating water levels the boat launch and dock area may only be suitable for small water craft. Please contact the park for further information.

Off Season
The park operates from early May to mid-October.

Canoes and motorboats are available for rent through the park office.

Fishing is good for pike, walleye, muskie, large and small mouth bass, perch, black crappie.

Explore the many small inlets and tiny beaches of the Georgian Bay shore.

Boating - There is a boat launch and docking facilities in the park as well as canoe and motorboat rentals.

Buoyed areas make the park's 77-m sandy beach ideal for family swimming.

Winter Activities
The park operates from early May to mid-October, but the gates remain open all year for seasonal walks.

For more information:
Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park
P.O. Box 271
Point au Baril, Ontario
P0G 1K0