Camping There are 128 campsites, 24 of which have electrical service, available from mid-May through Thanksgiving.
Picnics and Day Use – Yes
Electric Sites – 24
Visitor Centre – Yes
Barrier Free Access – Showers, flush toilets
Park Store – Yes
Showers – Yes
Flush Toilets – Yes
Laundromat – Yes
Play Area – Yes
Boat Launch – Yes
Rentals – Kayaks and Canoes
During the summer, park staff evening programs, guided hikes, children’s programs and special events, such as archaeological programs, Celtic music and a wolf howl.
Early morning and dusk are the best times to catch lake trout, pike, walleye and bass. The best fishing is done from a boat, but you can also try your luck from shore or the park’s footbridge.
Explore Round Lake’s shoreline by canoe or branch out into the Little Bonnechere River for a scenic paddle. Overnight excursions are possible if you paddle the Bonnechere River into Algonquin Park.