(705) 285-4281 or (877) 587-3474 info@charltonlakecamp.com

Welcome to Charlton Lake Camp

With the La Cloche Mountains as a backdrop and an abundance of crystal clear waters and heavily forested terrain, the camp is rich in natural beauty. If you enjoy fishing, paddling, hiking, boating, exploring, or just relaxing, Charlton Lake Camp is the place to create vacation memories that last a lifetime

We are a housekeeping cottage resort
for families, fishermen, artists, and adventurers


Charlton Lake Camp offers one, two, and three bedroom housekeeping cottages with fully equipped kitchens, three-piece bathrooms (sink, toilet, and shower), potable water, and electric heat.


Charlton Lake Camp has access to over 1,700 acres of connecting waters that are home to Northern Pike, Large and Smallmouth Bass, and a variety of pan fish.

Pets and WIFI

Free wireless internet is available at the camp! Pets are welcome at Charlton Lake Camp. We offer six pet-friendly cottages.

Sky’s The Limit

  • Quiet, Relaxing ‘Up North’ Wilderness Camp
  • Beautiful Scenery and Lakes
  • Lots of Fish
  • Nice Clean Cottage fully equipped
  • Easy Drive (less than 6 hours from Toronto)
  • Family-Friendly – Lots to Do

We are a housekeeping cottage resort for families, fishermen, artists, and adventurers.


Monthly pest control in each cottage, roped-off swim area with large swim platform, lake views from marked hiking trails.


WiFi, library, board games, horseshoe pit, and swing set

Love in the air

Use of sit-on-top kayaks and pedal boats to enjoy the scenery.


12 cottages, double or queen sized beds, electric heat and fully screened in porches!


Awesome sceneries and lovely waterfront views from your screened-in porch

Fish Cleaning Hut

Lighted, screened “bug free” fish cleaning hut, with outlets for those of you with electric filet knives.

Cleaning Gear

Dish soap, kitchen dish cloths and towels, all-purpose cleanser, bath soap and hand soap with other disposable necessities.


Use of canoes to look and feel the great views of Grace Lake and Cross Lake.

Happy to Help

ff you forgot something or find yourself in need, just ask – we’re glad to help out!

Brush with greatness..Jim Waddington was right, It’s a beautiful spot, if you are lucky enough to find it don’t tell anyone where it is.

Joe O'Connor

Columnist, National Post

Camping has never been so fun.