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Boondocking in the Woods of Central Ontario

Nestled just west of Timmins, Ontario, this secluded primitive campsite offers a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle. Located on a quiet, lightly traveled two-track road, it’s just a few miles from pavement but feels like a world away.

Hidden Bayside Landing on Vancouver Island

Discover a spacious, industrial, paved landing on the bay in northeastern Vancouver Island. This former log dump and loading platform for a nearby mining operation is now a fantastic boondocking spot. With a makeshift fire ring, it’s perfect for group camping.

Camping on the Turbulent Coast of Bonavista

Discover a spacious community pasture on the stunning coast of Bonavista, Newfoundland, accessed via a gentle dirt road. This primitive campsite offers no fire rings or amenities, so campers should be self-sufficient, contain waste, and minimize their environmental impact. The rocky coast is shared with some horses and cattle, adding to the rustic charm.

Wild British Columbia Camping by the Glacier

Explore this incredible primitive campsite that may have once been a mining site or mill, with ruins and debris adding to its unique charm. Overlooking a spectacular glacier, this spot offers absolutely phenomenal views. Access requires crossing a very dilapidated, mostly-collapsed bridge, so it’s best for compact, high-clearance four-wheel drive vehicles. Not for the faint of heart.