Your Family Vacation destination
Mike and I have rented most of our cottages by the season this summer
We do have 3 cottages to rent over the summer please call for a booking
Hopefully by September we are back to normal and will be renting weekly or minimum stay of 4 nights
We have done this for the safety of our staff and customers
You will also need to bring additional supplies this year
The Rec Hall and Public Laundry and Washrooms are closed
WELCOME TO BEAVERLAND CAMP
Beaverland Camp is pleased to offer clean affordable housekeeping (efficiency) cottages in a family friendly atmosphere. Enjoy our well-treed pesticide-free greenspace, sandy beach and quiet hiking trails. For your vacationing pleasure, we are proud to offer excellent fishing in an extensive water system, with a variety of sport fish for the avid angler.
We welcome families to enjoy a summer holiday, with our safe and private sandy beach, endless ribbons of trail to explore by foot or wheel, and hunting territories within a 10 minute walk. This Heritage Resort is located in the heart of Ontario’s Near North. Not too far from the convenience of the city, yet close to nature in the Nipissing Crown Game Preserve. Neighbour to Temagami, the home of Grey Owl. A fully serviced, private and safe housekeeping cottage resort.
EXPLORE THE AREA
A Crown Game Preserve is an officially designated natural area in Ontario, Canada, "primarily for the purpose of sustaining populations of game animals".  Hunting and fishing is not permitted or strictly regulated, making it akin to a wildlife refuge. Crown Game Preserves are managed by the Government of Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
Nipissing Game Preserve, established in 1926, the candidate area provides excellent opportunities for viewing moose and other wildlife. Hunting and trapping are not permitted in the game preserve. The natural boundaries of Wicksteed, Bruce and Marten lakes, form a well-known circle route for canoeists.
The Kenny Forest area has features which are unusual for this natural region. The yellow birch that grows in the upland mixed forest found here is approaching the northern limit to which this species is commonly found.
The accompanying lowland wetlands and coniferous/deciduous swamp forests provide additional variety to this interesting natural landscape.