Blue Lake Park is located just northwest of Vermilion Bay. Blue Lake offers a beautiful sandy beach with water so clear you can see the bottom at six metres. Blue Lake Crag a 25-metre high rock face which people climb.
Blue Lake offers a range of car camping opportunities from pull through sites to tent campsites. Half of the campsites offer electrical hook-up. Amenities such as water taps, comfort stations, and laundry facilities are close by. The beach and the Visitor Centre are only a short distance away.
Blue Lake has two group campsites. The sites can accommodate 40 to 140 people. Water taps are nearby and vault toilets are either on site or close by. A beach borders the group camping area. Both sites offer electrical hookup.
There is also six trailer equipped campsites for rent.
Call the park directly to reserve 807-227-2601 (summer) or 807-223-7535 (winter after 1st day in January). You can also reserve a campsite at Blue Lake Park online.
There are three hiking trails in the park.
Boulder Ridge Trail is an easy terrain 1 km trail. Learn how forest fires affect ecology as you walk through a jack pine forest.
Rock Point Trail is a 4 km moderate terrain trail, which takes about 2 hours to complete. This trail follows the height of land between Blue and Langdon lakes past mature, white cedars.
Spruce Fen Trail is a 1 km easy terrain, barrier-free trail. Follow the boardwalk to a spruce fen, a wetland covered with a mat of floating plants. Interpretive stops along the way explain fen ecology.