This will surely float your boat. If you’re looking to make some magical memories this summer then this one’s for you. These Ontario campsites near Toronto with seriously secluded lakes are perfect for all of your summer camping adventures. 

From peaceful provincial parks to gorgeous glamping getaways, Ontario has plenty of dreamy destinations for you to dip your toe into.

And what’s a camping trip without a little swimming or boating?

With these quiet, sometimes totally private lakes, you can swim like no ones watching.

Lake hair? Who cares?

So whether you’re looking for a tiny cabin with waterfront views or are down to pitch a tent pretty much anywhere, Ontario has you covered.

If you’re not fully equipped with camping gear, don’t sweat it.

Some of these spots also offer car campsites so you can just hop in your vehicle and go.

It doesn’t get much easier than that now, does it?

Now, all that’s left to do is pack up those swimsuits and get your canoe paddles ready.

It’s time to camp your cares away.

Cheers to flip-flops and hanging out on the dock!

Just note that at the time of writing, not all camping locations may be open. 

Bass Lake Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 2540 Bass Lake Side Rd. E., Orillia, ON

Why You Need To Go: All of the camping options here are simply dreamy, but if you want to be as close to the waterfront as possible, then Cedar Campground is the one to book.

Awenda Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 670 Awenda Park Rd., Tiny, ON

Why You Need To Go: The campsites at this park are spaced out wider than most to give you ultimate privacy. The calming kettle lake hidden within the park is sure to wash your worries away. Or you can take a hike along the beach to get your toes a little sandy.

Bon Echo Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 16151 Hwy. 41, Cloyne, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can choose from a variety of campsites at this breathtaking park. Some are actually so secluded you'll need to take a canoe trip to access them

Sibbald Point Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 26071 Park Rd., Jacksons Point, ON

Why You Need To Go: From your campsite here, you can hike to a quiet sunny beach hidden within the park and it's everything your summer dreams are made of.

McRae Point Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 4366 McRae Park Rd., Longford Mills, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can park your car for the night at this dreamy Ontario park and explore the beautiful Lake Simcoe. Once you see the sunset over the water, you'll never want to leave.

Rockwood Conservation Area

Price: Starting at $44 per night

Address: 161 Fall St. S., Guelph/Eramosa, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can pitch a tent and see all that Rockwood Conservation Area has to offer. The best part? There's a gorgeous private beach for you to enjoy.

Craigleith Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: 209403 Highway 26, Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: If hiking is your one true love, then this park is an ideal place to camp out. You can wander past peaceful sections of the Georgian Bay.

Algonquin Provincial Park

Price: Prices vary $35-$50 per night

Address: Hwy. 60, P.O. Box 219, Whitney, ON

Why You Need To Go: With multiple camping options here, you could have access to Tea Lake, Canisbay Lake, Mew Lake, Two Rivers, Pog Lake, Kearney Lake, Coon Lake, and Rock Lake. So take your pick, because they're all gorgeous.

Juniper Cabin

Price: Starting at $161 per night

Address: Maberly, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can literally wake up at the lake when you spend the night in this adorable tiny cabin secluded in the woods.

Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Price: Prices vary

Address: 2611 Honey Harbour Rd., Honey Harbour, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Christian Beach Cabins are hidden deep within this stunning park along the shores of Beausoleil Island. Alternatively, you can pitch a tent and enjoy close up island views.

Stunning Log Cottage

Price: Prices vary from $567 per night

Address: Muskoka, ON

Why You Need To Go: If the whole squad needs a vacay than this 10-person cottage on a private island is the perfect escape.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.