Campground Description

Noelville Family Resort is a quiet, family run seasonal trailer park and campground. We are situated on 46 acres of forest with approximately 1,400′ of beautiful Cambrian Shield waterfront including a 250′ clean sandy beach, boat launch and docking. Our park is very much a home away from home for many long-time seasonal regulars, as well as our vacationers and weekend visitors. For our guests we provide clean modern washrooms, showers and laundry facilities for your convenience, a small store, firewood, recreational equipment and cabin rentals if you want to try a true Northern Ontario camping experience. Whether you seek a getaway to go fishing, hiking, boating or to relax and just lay on the beach, we will offer you a restful and enjoyable experience. We hope that you will join us for your next vacation so that our home can be a place where your family will create great memories. Pets welcome!

Local Attractions

The French River District, which includes the French River, Lake Nipissing, and surrounding area, is an incredible area ripe for discovery. Northern Ontario is known for its rugged wilderness, but all that beautiful scenery is still accessible. You don’t have to be an expert level outdoor enthusiast to be able to take advantage of all that the region has to offer. You can experience the best of summer adventures like hiking, camping, fishing, and canoeing, or come see the museums, galleries, and historic sites.

Golfing:
French River Golf Course

Meadow SpringsGolf Course

Voyageur Golf Course

Verner Golf Club

Noelville Driving Range
 

Dining:
Noelville Restaurant

The Voyageur Chip Stand

Dee Dee’s Restaurant

Route 64 Bar and Grill 

827 Fish and Chips

Sparky’s Restaurant

The West Arm Restaurant

Kate’s Kountry Kitchen
 

Bowling:
St.Charles Bowling Centre

Boreal Berry Farm and Winery

If you thought wineries were just for Southeastern Ontario, think again! Located in Warren about an hour from the French River, the Boreal Berry Farm & Winery is a pretty spectacular and unique gem. The winery is one of the largest ice cider producers in the country and is the largest certified organic boreal and arctic berry orchard in North America. The winery is the country’s coldest climate winery. The winery does have an amazing boutique which you can visit and purchase the winery’s amazing products, like their award-winning wines, but you can also take a tour of the winery, if you have a group of ten or more people.
 

The Voyageur Mulit Use Trail System

The Voyageur Multi-Use Trail System boasts a network of over 300km of trails. These trails also serve as a gateway for trails beyond. It’s easy to see why people come from all over the country to experience the majesty and challenge that these trails offer. Whether you want to strap on the hiking boots and spend a day discovering the wildlife and scenery, or if you want to zoom down the trails on your bike, dirt bike, or ATV, it’s sure to be a blast. The trails, many which venture into the heart of the rugged and unspoiled wilderness, are sure to be an experience you won’t soon forget.
 

Backstreet Gallery

 The Backstreet Gallery, located in Noelville, is a must-stop shop. The gallery features work from over 100 different artists and artisans. You can go to browse, take in the arts and culture, or go to purchase a unique, handcrafted piece. The gallery proudly celebrates the art of the Anishnaabe, Metis, Francophone, and Anglophone people living in Northern Ontario. The gallery has a massive selection of works and all different types and styles of art! Open June through September, you have to add this one to your summer bucket list.

Angle in a historic river

The French River is one of the most storied rivers in the entire country. The area has played a vital and interesting role through history. You can literally trace the routes of who paddled the river for hundreds of years. This historic river is also known as a world-class sport fishing destination. The river flows from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay and boasts incredible largemouth bass, walleye, and muskie fishing, but of course there are other species to be caught as well.

French River Trading Post

Open seasonally, the iconic French River Trading Post is the perfect place to get that special souvenir or handcrafted piece, or to fill your empty tummy! Now in business for over fifty years, the store has grown to be a well-known tourist destination. The selection of goods is huge. They serve ice cream and of course, homemade fudge! The Hungry Bear Restaurant is known around the area for the delicious home-cooked fare.

Five Finger Rapids

The Five Finger Rapids are so beautiful that they’re sure to take your breath away. It does require a little bit of effort, which we prefer to call an adventure, but it’s definitely worth it! Five Finger Rapids might be your destination, but you know what they say about also enjoying the journey. The rapids are created by five rocky branches, or fingers, where the Little French flows into the Lower French River. You can reach the rapids by canoe, kayak, or motorboat, but you can also hike to them along the 9km Papase Trail, which ranges from moderate to extreme in difficulty. If you’re not too sure about venturing there on your own, you can take a guided tour from Dokis First Nation. You’ll learn all about the fascinating history and legends of the area along the way.

Chief Commanda II.

You can’t visit the French River area without enjoying a cruise on the impressive Chief Commanda II. The cruise ship explores both Lake Nipissing and the French River. You’ll get to take in all the stunning sights and sounds and the remarkable and historic scenery, in comfort, right from the water. There are a ton of different options when it comes to the cruise itself, so you can choose which option is best. The ship is a delight, with different dining options and even live entertainment. You can choose whether you want to see the gorgeous area during the day, or take an delightful evening cruise to watch the sun set over the rugged wilderness and sparkling waters.

French River Provincial Park
 

Welcome to the French River Provincial Park! The French River is actually the first designated Canadian Heritage River, for its rich historical significance. The canoe routes in the area are unbelievable. The 105km route can take you all the way from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay and into many different lakes and bodies of water in between. You can still paddle the same routes that First Nations, explorers, voyagers, and fur traders used for hundreds of years. Make it a real adventure and take advantage of one or more of the 250 backcountry campsites located around the river. The park also boasts excellent fishing in the river. The Recollect Falls Trails are known country-wide, and the French River Visitor Centre is a must-see.

Recollet Falls Trail: The trail is 4km long and is rated as moderate difficulty. The trail starts at the amazing French River Visitor Centre, which you should also take the time to see! The trail follows along the edge of the French River Gorge and takes you right to the breathtaking Recollet Falls. The French River is steeped in history and the portage around the Recollet Falls has been walked for hundreds of years by First Nations, voyagers, explorers, and fur traders. It’s utterly fascinating to realize that you can now walk these same ancient paths. You can see the same falls and take in the rugged Canadian wilderness that generations of people have undoubtedly been mesmerized by.

 

Location

Campground Amenities

  • Cabins/cottages for rent
  • Firepit (Campsites)
  • Firewood (Charge)
  • Flush Toilets
  • Pet Friendly
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Picnic Tables
  • Powered Sites
  • Seasonal Sites
  • Showers
  • Tap Water

Campground Services

  • Convenience Store
  • Laundromat

Campsite Types

  • 30 Amp Hookup
  • Powered RV sites
  • RV (<20 feet)
  • RV (<30 feet)
  • RV (<40 feet)
  • Sewer Hookup
  • Water Hookup

Leisure

  • Basketball or Tennis court
  • Beach
  • Boat Launch
  • Dock
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Kayaking and Canoeing
  • Outdoors games
  • Playground

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Beautiful cabin with amazing staff!

Aug 12, 2022by Nathalie Dube-Leroux
The cabin I stayed at was for 4- person cabin, and had a full bathroom (tub and shower), appliances and bbq. It was very clean and modern! Campground is definitely geared for families, with lots of activities for kids of all ages which is very nice to see! Looking forward to my next stay!

Please note that your site is not guaranteed until you have arrived and checked-in. Campground reserves the right to move your site as needed. 

Noelville Family Resort

Overnight Campers (Sites and Cabins) 

Rules & Regulations

 

Noelville Family Resort is not responsible for any loss, theft, injuries or damage of any property belonging to campers or their guests.  Your personal insurance policy on your property/possessions MUST cover ALL issues. 

Driving a motor vehicle or golf cart in the Park must be kept at a maximum of 10 km/hr at all times.  Please be cautious and watch out for others, especially children at play.

Drinking and driving ANY vehicle is against the law.

When leaving the park we recommend that you turn OFF your propane, turn OFF your lights, hot water, air conditioning and any additional electrical devices.  Turn your water off at the tap as well.  This is to protect your belongings in case of any incidents within.

The maintenance and cleanliness of each site is the sole responsibility of the camper. Please keep your site tidy and free of any unused materials and garbage especially behind your trailers.  Anything other than household garbage is the sole responsibility of the camper and must be taken to the local dump for disposal or taken home. All household garbage must be taken to the garbage disposal area on the property. This includes recycles as the part has no recycling pick up. Anyone found disposing of anything in the Park or forest areas will be evicted from the Park, without any refund or compensation.

If Management feels that your trailer or any structure on your site is unsafe   and your site is not being kept up, you will be issued a verbal warning to have the issues addressed immediately and if nothing is done within a reasonable amount of time, you will be issued a written notice to remove your trailer & all property from the Park with no refund or compensation of fees and a clean-up charge may apply.

Only ONE trailer is permitted per site.

Any modifications to a site must be approved by Management first and said modifications become the property of Noelville Family Resort.  Defacing of the natural environment (rocks, trees etc) on park property is prohibited.

Please be informed that the park is on well water and conserve whenever possible. Washing of trailers or cars is NOT permitted.

All guests of yours must be registered UPON ARRIVAL!!! There is a $5.00 charge per person, for overnight (14 years and older). If guests are not registered and approached they will be asked to leave the Park immediately and the host camper could face disciplinary action.  Late arrivals must come to the office the next morning to register & pay the overnight fee.

Please use the visitor parking for guests, not the empty lots or laneways. All personal vehicles must be parked on your own site.

It is the full responsibility of the campers to ensure that their family & guests are informed of ALL the Rules & Regulations of the park and they must abide by these rules.

Store hours – Please refer to the posted store hours on the door.

Dogs and cats are permitted in the Park and must be on a leash at all times on or off your site. A maximum of two pets only per site is allowed.  The poop & scoop rules apply throughout the Park. Visiting pets are permitted, the same rules apply.  To avoid complaints about barking dogs, please be diligent and keep your pets quiet for the respect of others.

Please do not let your children play on or near the docks and boats.

For Beach Rules, please abide by the posted sign down at the beach area.

Fishing off the docks is NOT permitted.  (Exception is the Kid’s Annual Fishing Derby from 9:00am to 12 noon on the specified date).  There is a fishing dock at the other side of the beach area for your convenience.

All music & loud noise must cease by 11:30 pm.  Please have respect for the other campers in the Park after this time. This will be strictly enforced.

The use of car stereos for your music entertainment is prohibited in the Park, and will be strictly enforced.

Noelville Family Resort will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or theft of any boats or motors, equipment or property stored on the boats that are moored on our docks.

Fire Bans must be STRICTLY adhered to!  Anyone disregarding this ban will be held responsible for the $2,000.00 Municipal fine and will be evicted from the Park, without a refund or compensation. The Fire Ban sign will be posted just inside the park entrance if a fire ban is in effect.

If you are emptying your fire pit, PLEASE do not dump ashes in the ditches or forest, make sure the ashes are cold to the touch and ONLY discard the ashes in one of the three RED steel drums labeled ASHES provided throughout the park.  If bins are full, please advise Management so they can be emptied.

The Occupants shall not cultivate, produce or distribute Cannabis anywhere on Park property, the Site, or in the Occupants trailer.

Lawful smoking & consumption of Cannabis is permitted on the Occupants site ONLY and is PROHIBITED in all common areas of the Park. NO CIGARETTE BUTTS to be put out in the ground.In the event that consumption or smoking of Cannabis on the Site is the subject of valid nuisance complaints by other Campers or Visitors, as determined solely by the Owners, the Owners may further restrict such on Site consumption or smoking as deemed by the Owner to be appropriate

No aggressive behavior, profanity, verbal abuse or physical abuse will be  tolerated in the Park.  If a disturbance is reported on your site regarding any of the aforementioned issues the individual/or family will be evicted from the park immediately without any refund of fees.

All complaints or concerns of any kind should be brought to Management directly and preferably at the time of occurrence, so immediate action can be taken.  Do not wait until the next day.

Management reserves the right to change the Park rules as required.

Please note that Noelville Family Resort is our year-round home and some of the above rules may not apply to us as Management.

All trail cameras and similar devices are prohibited on Noelville Family Resort Property. As per rule 38 the owners may use some of the mentioned equipment on the property.

The OCCUPANT(S) acknowledges and agrees that the OWNER has the right to require the OCCUPANT(S) to move their RV to another part of the Site, or to another Site altogether at no expense to the OWNER.  The OWNER may require such a move in the event of an emergency, to allow for infrastructure repair or replacement, for safety reasons, or for any other reason the OWNER in its sole discretion, deems necessary.
 

  1. There shall be no adjustment in fees because of temporary interruptions in any services provided pursuant to this License.  
  2. There will be an additional cleaning fee of $75 for the Cabin, Bunkie or General Cabin rentals if the building is not cleaned upon departure.  Please ensure that your rental is swept, garbage taken to the dump trailer near the exit of park, linens removed, and dishes washed and put away.
  3. Social Media – Noelville Family Resort manages various social media pages, and reserves the right to edit or remove postings, in whole or in part, for any reason, including those that: Express racist, hateful, sexist, homophobic, discriminatory, slanderous, insulting, or threatening messages; Are aggressive, coarse, violent, obscene, or pornographic in tone; Are offensive to an individual or an organization, rude in tone, or otherwise abusive. Are not sent by the author or are put forward for advertising purposes; Are repetitive or spamming of threads; or are in any way contrary to law. Any OCCUPANT(S) or Guest acting contrary to these rules may be temporarily or permanently excluded from Noelville Family Resort media channels and subject to further action according to the Default and Termination section of the License of Occupation.  Any OCCUPANT(S) or Guest administering other social media pages or accounts aimed at defaming Noelville Family Resort, its staff or others are also subject to further action according to the Default and Termination section of the License of Occupation.

Cancellation Policy

Payment in full required at time of booking.   If need for cancellation, 1st night is non-refunable after booking.  If cancellation occurs within two weeks of arrival, the complete reservation is non-refundable.  Prior to two weeks of arrival date, then fully refundable other than the 1st night.

Click here to sign Noelville Family Resort's liability waiver. Liability waiver must be signed within 24 hours after booking in order to fully confirm your reservation. 

Camper Reviews

5.0
(1 reviews)
The cabin I stayed at was for 4- person cabin, and had a full bathroom (tub and shower), appliances and bbq. It was very clean and modern! Campground is definitely geared for families, with lots of activities for kids of all ages which is very nice to see! Looking forward to my next stay!
Nathalie Dube-Leroux
Aug 12, 2022