Oastler Lake Provincial Park, Parry Sound
(2.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Oastler Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in the municipality of Seguin, Parry Sound District in Central Ontario, Canada. The nearest town, just to the northwest, is Parry Sound.Oastler Lake is a recreation-class park, 32 hectares (79 acres) in size, on the shore of Oastler Lake where the Boyne River flows in from Otter Lake. It is located along a former alignment of Highway 69 which now has the street name Oastler Park Drive.
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  • We liked the Lake there and the bike trail was across the road so that was nice. Hot showers didn't exist at comfort stations and not the cleanest over the week. We were on what I call a cul de sac an...  more »
  • We stayed her in early October park office closed early, shower houses not maintained like the should be. Small park with beautiful camp sites train and hwy traffic very loud. 
  • We were staying nearby so visiting this park area was easy for us as we drove by to get to our lakeside cottage.Beautful area of Ontario.Must visit. 
  • I can't even begin!!! Truly spectacular! The best camping I've ever experienced. This Provincial park is well cared for and maintained. Each camping spot is unique, almost all sites have views of the gorgeous lake. There are conveniences nearby, such as washrooms, showers and everyone we met and spoke with there, were very personable. The lake is crystal clear, very large and sectioned off for swimming pleasure. Plenty of wildlife to watch and admire and beautiful scenery all around. The place is extremely clean..not cramped and many trees and huge campsites..each with two picnic tables. Truly loved my stay here for 5 days and look forward to going again!! Fantastic is too modest for this beauty. 😃
  • The park had a large sandy beach, site 408 was large with very beautiful scenery over looking the lake...even got to see a Bear walking close by our camp site. Not a big park, but everything is easily accessible, such as: beach, lake, water activity rental, dog beach, boat launch, etc.
  • Oastler Lake is perhaps our favorite PP. Great lake. A variety of sites. Lots of waterfront sites. Close to civilization. Trains are a little on the close side but I don't mind them.
  • Nice lake and sandy beach for the kids but the trains are terrible! They are blaring their horns in the middle of the night! We couldn't sleep at all. We left the next day!
  • There is a very loud train close by. Washrooms were the worst maintained/cleaned provincial park washrooms I'd tried to use. Left a day early.