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Rushing River Provincial Park, Kenora

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Explore the glacial wonderland of Rushing River Provincial Park, featuring a range of outdoor activities and picturesque environs. Head to the park's waters and discover the area by canoe, or trek along well-marked trails passing through lush forested areas. The brave can pack some swimming gear for a bracing swim in the cool river. Alternatively, spend your time in the park with some leisurely strolls and a tranquil riverbed picnic. Make Rushing River Provincial Park a part of your Kenora vacation plans using our Kenora vacation planner.
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  • On entering the park, even for day use you must purchase and display a vehicle pass. The North side was closed, so we drove around the south side checking out the campground for future visits. Service...  read more »
  • Rushing River Provincial Park has been my favourite camping park for over 50 years. There are numerous swimming and hiking areas . My favourite swimming area is the main beach area where people can sw...  read more »
  • Gorgous views of the islands. Campfires. Awesome trails. Grab a site on the lake and you wont be disappointed!! Love it here :) 
  • Great campground that is under 3 hours from Winnipeg. Many waterfront campsites which are awesome - Book you site early because this place is popular! Good washroom and shower facilities. And Rushing River is beautiful. A lot of places to paddle if you want to explore during the day.
  • Nice water falls. very pleasant environment for kids and families. Accessible. My family and I we loved the experience, kayaking on the Dogtooth Lake, taking a walk on the North East side of the park. It is a great place.
  • I love it there the scenery and there is so much to do as well but, however every time I go there wildlife is a problem. When I'm in my tent there is always bears. Also last time I was there the campground had to aware people because there was a timber wolf and that freaked me out a bit. Anyway this is a great place
  • Gorgeous park with a few beautiful trails. Great place to stop when travelling Winnipeg to Thunder Bay. Would recommend to families and those looking for a getaway. We loved the walk-down campsites on the north side of the lake.
  • Definitely a swimming place, so pack your swimsuits! It's a great view with tons of picnic tables scattered along the river.
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