Remi Lake Holiday Bay in Moonbeam is a nature lover’s paradise! Located near Kapuskasing, just off of Highway 11, our 75-acre Managed Forests provide seasonal, overnight and weekly camp site and cabin rentals for individuals and families with trailers, RVs and tents. Our park offers boat launching, hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing and more to help you sit back, relax and escape to the great outdoors of Northern Ontario.
There’s a reason Ontario is known throughout the world as a sportsman’s paradise. Our campground on Remi Lake provides the opportunity to fish for great walleyes, northern pikes, smallmouth bass and more. No matter if you are baitcasting or fly fishing, there is ample space for you to go to find the catch of the day. Great fishing spots can be found all around the lake, and you can even fish right off of the public docks in front of our campground. Be sure to snap a photo of your fish to prove to your friends just how big it was!
We provide complimentary boat launching services to get you out on the water quickly. For the boating enthusiast, Remi Lake is perfect for canoeing, water skiing, wakeboarding and much more.
A beautiful life together starts with a beautiful wedding! And, there’s nothing more wonderful than having beautiful Remi Lake as your wedding backdrop. At Remi Lake Holiday Bay, newlyweds and all their guests can enjoy in our rustic cabins and campsite accommodations. These rentals are clean, well-maintained, and just across the road from all the sights and recreation Remi Lake has to offer.
It is a celebration, right? By holding your wedding party on a private, rustic campground, you won’t have to worry about guests enjoying themselves too much and later getting behind the wheel. Following the reception, all guests can safely meander back to their cabin or campsite.
Here are some of the things you will enjoy at Remi Lake:
Come celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday on July 1st, 2017 at Ouellette Bay beach, right in front of Remi Lake Holiday Bay Campground! There will be fireworks, live music, food, and plenty of activities for the whole family.
Don't miss Kapuskasing Lumberjack Heritage Festival, July 21 - 23, 2017. Enjoy lumberjack traditions such as competitive tree chopping and climbing, log rolling, and chainsaw carving.