The City of Greater Sudbury is only
37 km's or 30 minutes from the campground!
Visit the city's events page to see what they have to offer during the summer!
Science North is Northern Ontario’s most popular tourist attraction and an educational resource for children and adults across the globe.
Science North maintains the second and eighth largest science centers in all of Canada and features an IMAX® with Laser theater, digital Planetarium, butterfly gallery, special exhibits hall, and so much more!
Dynamic Earth, home of the Big Nickel, is an immersive, hands-on science center that features earth science and mining experiences.
Complete with a guided underground tour, multimedia theaters, engaging exhibits, and an outdoor science park, this iconic space entertains visitors of all ages in an interactive and educational setting.
If you like horse racing you can head down to the Downs Wednesday or Saturday night, where races have been hosted since 1974.
Feel like testing your lock, the OLG slots are there to test your mettle.
You can even enjoy some fine dining at their onsite restaurant.
Sudbury is a foodie mecca. With restaurants varying in cuisine from the east to the west.
If you prefer old Canadian specials like poutine, you'll find none better than in the city.
The Art Gallery of Sudbury was established in 1967 as a Centennial project of the Sudbury and District Chamber of Commerce. Originally operating as the Laurentian University Museum and Art Center, the gallery was incorporated in 1997.
Housed in a turn of the century mansion, the former residence of lumber baron William Joseph Bell, the gallery has a unique architectural appeal. The Art Gallery is open to the public year round.
The museum house was constructed in 1916 and is one of the oldest surviving homes in the community. Many of its features including the fireplace and hardwood floors are original to the building. It’s many rooms have been converted into themed displays.
The Anderson Farm Museum is located at the site of one of the largest dairies operating in the Greater Sudbury area during the 1920s and 1930s.
Tour the Anderson family's farmhouse, barn and milk house, as well as a log cabin originally from the ghost town of Creighton Mine!
While you're here, take some time to enjoy our grounds!