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Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. There is only one operating Provincial Park further north in the NE section of Ontario than Fushimi Lake and that is Tidewater on James Bay. So by car this is about as far north as it gets....More
Beautiful park! Clean facilities, informed friendly staff, small quiet ... large lake for fishing and water sports.. our first meal of northern pike thanks to wonderful large family from Michigan who have been coming up for 30 years...hidden gem.. rough road going in only downside...More
This is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, it's location is great, the facilities are well taken care of and the beach is great. The trails are great. It is worth the travel.
Great provincial park. Nice camping sites. Big lake to canoe, fish, etc... About 13 miles from Highway 11. You will feel like you are in the bush! Friendly personnel. And we found raspberries at the entrance of the park!
i visited this park in August 2016 for the first time. We rented a boat and did some fishing at the far end of the lake. we caught lots of pike including one that was 43 inches long. The camping was also great and we...More
We camped there end of July the bugs were extremely bad deer fly's were slamming the van when we were checking in. At night time trailer filled with these tiny black fly's that swarmed you at night. The comfort station smelled like an out house....More
I have been going to Fushimi Park on and off since about 1984, right after it opened as a Provincial Park.
It has changed a lot since the days Ross ran the park and the back then there was no such thing as electricity or...More
Our family has camped across both Canada and the US, from coast to coast. This is our favourite park. We returned this summer to enjoy what we believe to be one of the friendliest, best maintained provincial parks in Ontario. There are no organized kids...More