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Fitzroy Provincial Park, Fitzroy Harbour

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Fitzroy Provincial Park is located in Fitzroy Harbour. Add Fitzroy Provincial Park to your Ottawa travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Ottawa trip itinerary builder.
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  • It is in the north of the city of Ottawa, close to Arnprior, it has very nice beaches, and clean, good places to camp, nice hiking trails. It also have quite a few good spots for fishing. A place wher...  read more »
  • Went there with my 4 year old. She had a blast at site 4 near the river. We saw big frogs, snails, small fishes, walked on rocks and shallow water. The sites have privacy, big spaces. The only thing i...  read more »
  • Fitzroy is conveniently located within the city of Ottawa boundaries, but has plenty of wildlife and flora for everyone to enjoy. Great park. Well patrolled on Labour Day weekend..great time had by al 
  • Good park for camping. So nice to have it close by to Ottawa. Beach is far from campsites, most people drive down to the beach. Campsites are semi-private. Some walking trails, not alot. There is a convenience store on site. Buy wood from the dude outside the park.
  • Beautiful campsite, but don't think for a second, that you can bring loud friends or even have a bit too much fun, you will get an $180 fine for excessive noise complaints at 5:30pm in the afternoon, even for a child's 9th birthday kareoke. Other then this, beautiful campsite and nature trails, great beach and paths to walk or bike. Strictly a family campground, not for teenagers or young adults to have fun.
  • Got a last minute site on Canada day. Park itself is very nice with a couple of nice trails. The beach is also quite large and very clean. All together a very nice provincial park.
  • Here was no playground so the beach and hiking were the only activities for small children. The park could do with installing more services. The sites were very large in comparison to other parks and very easy to get towed travel trailers into the lots, but the road leading through the park is very narrow and consists of several hills
  • I've worked for Ontario parks before, I have to say this is one of the most underrated parks in eastern Ontario. Worth the drive.
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