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Camping, Fishing and Hunting

Kapuskasing is closely located to two major campsites including René Brunelle Provincial Park and Twin Lakes Camping, both situated in the neighbouring community of Moonbeam. Both campgrounds provide the ideal natural setting for adventure and tranquility in the Boreal Forest.

  • Situated at Ouellette's Bay on Rémi Lake
  • Offers peaceful and private campsites
  • A few steps from boat launch, docks and sandy beaches
  • Seasonal and overnight sites available

  • Located on Rémi Lake in Moonbeam
  • Sites for trailers and RVs - no tents
  • Private beach area and boat launch
  • Restrooms, showers and laundry available

Rémi Lake Trailer Park Website

  • Located 20 minutes east of Kapuskasing on Remi Lake in Moonbeam
  • Camping suitable for tents, campers and RVs
  • Great fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike and Small-Mouth Bass
  • Motorboat, canoe, kayak and bike rentals
  • Open from May to September

The park has 112 well-groomed campsites at your disposal and includes:

  • a comfort station with washrooms, showers and a laundromat
  • boat launching facilities
  • access to the Moonbeam Nature Trails
  • playgrounds
  • numerous beaches

The Rene Brunelle Provicial Park is a very popular retreat for locals and visitors alike. The dream vacation does exist!

  • Located 20 minutes east of Kapuskasing in Moonbeam
  • Charming site for family camping
  • Operational during the summer season only

The park consists of two man-made lakes featuring:

  • Beaches
  • 220-ft. waterslide
  • Three smaller slides in the beach area
  • Playgrounds
  • Shuffleboards
  • RV campsites
  • Laundry and washroom facilities
  • Chip stand
  • Unique train camper available for rental

Twin Lakes Camping Website


Northern Ontario is well-known for its many pristine rivers and lakes. The Kapuskasing River is no different. It offers a beautiful setting to many sporting activities. The river merges with the Mattagami River, flowing north (as part of the Arctic watershed) towards James Bay and Hudson Bay.

The largest body of water around Kapuskasing is Rémi Lake, situated just east of town. Along with the Opasatika system, it is the most popular recreation area of the region, year-round.

  • The local freshwater sport fish species are the walleye and pike
  • Walleye (yellow pickerel) is a favourite among local anglers
  • Coarse fish such as yellow perchwhite sucker and lake whitefish are also common in these lakes and rivers
  • Although species preferring cold water are not as common, small brook trout can be found in O'Brien Creek

Located on the southwest end of town (accessed by Bonnieview Road off of Government Road West in the Mitchell's Corner neighbourhood), is the Boat Launch.

Find the Boat Launch on the map

What you need to know before fishing in Ontario


Kapuskasing boasts a wide variety of wildlife consisting of both large and small animals.

Other migratory birds such as the Canada goose also make regular stops in the area.

What you need to know before hunting in Ontario

Outfitters in the Kapuskasing area

KapRiver Outfitters

From August to November, KapRiver Outfitters hosts and guides grouse, waterfowl, bear and moose hunters. Winter wolf hunting has made the Martins and KapRiver Outfitters famous among adventurous and rugged clientele from across the globe.

Rufus Lake Outfitters

Your 4-season destination for hunting, fishing, boat rentals and cottage rentals.

Saganash Outpost Camp

Hunting and fishing camps


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