Ferris Provincial Park

474 County Road 8, Campbellford, Ontario
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Located just outside of Campbellford Ontario, Ferris Provincial Park is camping the way you remember it. The park has 163 large spacious and leafy sites, unspoiled acres of woods and river banks to be explored. The park includes 40 electrical sites and improved trails! Camping reservations can be made on the Ontario Parks website. Trails are open in summer and winter.

Come and see why Ferris should be on your destination list this year!

Experience the gentle sway of the Ranney Gorge Suspension bridge, Ontario’s first 300-foot-long suspension bridge, over 30 feet high above the Ranney Gorge and located on the Trans Canada Trail.

Guided hikes of the park are held each Tuesday morning at 9 am and are led by a Friends of Ferris Park volunteer. Wear your sneakers and walking gear, and even bring your Nordic Poles if you want. Meet rain or shine at the Suspension Bridge in Ferris Provincial Park.

Rent a kayak and explore the Trent River. Ferris offers kayak rentals to allow visitors to get out on the water. Pick up your gear and a key for the kayak at the Main Gate. Kayaks are stored down at the boat launch. Have fun and remember – Safety First – stay away from the Hydro Dam outlet upriver from the boat launch.

Ferris Park is also accessible – rent a DeBug All-Terrain Wheelchair and travel the trails!

Learn more about the history of Ferris Provincial Park from the Friends of Ferris.

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