Whitefish Group Campground
What is Group Camping?
Whitefish Group Campground was developed primarily to accommodate organized youth and special groups up to 40 individuals with basic amenities. Organized groups which are larger than this may use the campground, but will have to split up into smaller groups, utilizing more than one site. Adult groups such as family reunions and clubs may book into the campground but youth and special groups have booking priority.
Youth Group means a group of persons:
accompanied by their supervisors
composed primarily of persons between the ages of 5 and 17 years (inclusive) who are;
(a) residents of Canada, and
(b) sponsored by a non-profit, religious, charitable or educational organization.
Special Group means a group of persons:
- accompanied by their supervisors
- composed of residents of Canada of any age who are:
- patients in Ontario hospitals,
- patients in institutions for the mentally or physically handicapped, or
- residents in training centres, training schools or correctional centres administered by the Ministry of Public Safety and Security or Ministry of Community, Family and Children's Services.
Whitefish Group Campground is open from late April to Thanksgiving. It is operated by Whiskey Jack Park Services under contract with Ontario Parks.
- The Whitefish Group Campground is located at km 36.9 of Highway 60 (same entrance as the Pog Lake Campground)
- Latitude/Longitude: 45.567128, -78.438800
Features & Amenities
- 18 large campsites suitable for groups up to 40 people
- Average site seclusion
- Vault toilets
- Drinking water
- 2 km gravel road to campground
Make a Reservation
- Reservations may be made only through the Algonquin Park Information Office, up to 5 months in advance. Campsites should be reserved well in advance and must be guaranteed by a credit card.
- Pog Lake Campground
- Kearney Campground
- Old Railway Bike Trail
- Centennial Ridges Trail
- East Beach Picnic Ground and Beach
- East Beach Picnic Pavilion