The area surrounding Schreiber is well known to provide a pristine Northern Ontario camping experience. Whether you’re looking to cozy up to campfire or to get out of society and into the wilderness, Schreiber has you covered.
Rainbow Falls Provincial Park
Rainbow Falls Provincial Park is located a mere ten minute drive west of Schreiber that offers two campground locations including the Whitesand Lake Campground and the Rossport Campground. The Whitesand Lake campground is located on the north side of Highway 17 and offers nearly 100 campsites, half of which have electrical service. The Rossport Campground is located approximately 5 kilometers west of the Whitesand Lake Campground, on the south side of Highway 17 and is situated along the shoreline of Lake Superior. Rainbow Falls Provincial Park is home to Rainbow Falls that cascades from Whitesand Lake into Lake Superior. The four maintained hiking trails within the Park vary in difficulty and length for different user experiences. Swimming is available at two inland beaches as well as in Lake Superior. Rainbow Falls Provincial Park is a great place for families and user groups of all ages to enjoy.
For more information on camping at Rainbow Falls Provincial Park Please Visit https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/rainbowfalls
Neys Provincial Park
Neys Provincial Park is located 53.0 km east of Terrace Bay and is situated along the shore of Lake Superior. Neys Provincial Park was once home to a Prisoner of War (POW) camp offering a rich cultural history that is featured in the Neys Provincial Park Visitor Center. Neys Provincial Park is also well known for Pic Island off the shores of Lake Superior that was painted by Lawren Harries of The Group of Seven. The campground at Neys offers 150 campsites with electrical sites available along the shore lines of the lake. The Area 4 camp area provides non electrical sites hidden away from the busy camping areas for more avid campers. Neys Provincial Park offers four maintained hiking trails highlighting the areas ecosystems and geological formations.
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