Ferris Provincial Park

Location: Campbellford Ontario
Region: Southeastern
Character: Recreation
Length/Size: 489.3 acres

Ferris Provincial Park
By Ontario Parks

Situated on hilly drumlins, this park borders and provides access to the busy Trent River south of Campbellford. Scenic bluffs carved out of limestone bedrock provide a view of picturesque Ranney Falls. Overgrown stone fences and cleared meadows are relics of farms once worked here.
Visit the Friends of Ferris website.

The park has 163 campsites, each equipped with a picnic table and firepit. Some of the campsites are located on what was once a farmer's field near the river. Others are set in groves of trees along the drumlin tops. Comfort stations with showers, laundry facilities, vault toilets and picnic areas are located nearby.

Picnics and Day Use - Yes
Barrier Free Access - Flush toilets
Showers - Yes
Flush Toilets - Yes
Play Area - Yes, there is a playground.
Boat Launch - Yes
Rentals - Trailer storage

Ferris Trails 3 km (1.5 hours) easy to strenuous
Three interconnected trails range in length from 0.5 to 1.5 km and in difficulty from easy to strenuous.

Fishing - Bass, panfish, pickerel
More information on fishing.

Wildlife Viewing
Listen for the sweet sound of songbirds and watch for chipmunks and squirrels.

There is no swimming at the park, but you can use the pool in nearby Campbellford.

For more information:
Ferris Provincial Park
Box 1409
Campbellford, Ontario
K0L 1L0
613-475-4324 ext. 226 October to Marc