What have you been missing?
If you’ve never been to Ferris  Provincial Park, the answer is easy – lots!!

Located just outside of Campbellford Ontario, Ferris Provincial  Park opened in June 1974. Ferris has been described as 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. Trails open summer and winter. Local shops and townspeople who make your stay one you’ll want to repeat.

Come and see why Ferris should be on your destination list this year!
Improvements at the park include 40 electrical sites and improved trails!

Join us!

It’s an invitation to you to become a Friend of Ferris. We are a dedicated group of volunteers who strive to promote and support the park with regular activities, guided walks and improvements to the park which may not otherwise would have been done. It’s a great way to meet people, and volunteer in the community.

Upcoming Meetings
Come out to our next meeting and learn what our volunteers are planning.
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While visiting Ferris, be brave!! Experience the gentle sway of the Ranney Gorge Suspension  bridge, Ontario’s first 300 foot-long suspension bridge and over 30 feet high above the Ranney Gorge, located on the Trans Canada Trail.

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