Campground Plan

Hand drawn map of camp

Each lot is approximately 75′ x 150′ and has waterfront on Shannon Lake. (Photos below!)

The pads are built well back from the water to keep them beyond the reach of spring high water levels. Elevation above the water is about 10 ft.

Rules and Regulations have been drafted to keep the campground’s environmental impact at a minimum, and to provide a peaceful environment for all campers. Please study our Rules and Regulations to see if this is the right RV camping situation for you.

  • The lake is suitable for canoes and kayaks. Small fishing boats with electric motors can be used. Gas-powered boats and personal watercraft (jet skis) are not welcome on the lake.
  • You are encouraged to set up solar panels for your electricity needs. Quiet technology generators may be used as necessary and only during the day to run power tools, for example.
  • We encourage rainwater collection, storage tanks, solar showers etc.
  • Pack it in, pack it out.

From Highway 10, 2.5 km of gravel road leads to the 250-acre property. The road will not be plowed in winter. However, you may access your lot by snowmobile or skis.

Lots for Rent on Shannon Lake:

We have a total of 28 lots for seasonal rent at the camp, and more in the works.

Directional signs are posted on the road into the camp.

Hank, the camp manager, has lot 5.

Here’s Gord and Hank with a sign.

Price: $1500 plus HST per year. You may leave your camper for a winter storage fee of $250, which will be waived if you pay for the next year by October 1st.

A $500 deposit will hold your lot until rent is due on April 1.

Policies are subject to change.

If you have any questions, please ask Gord.

Rules and Regulations for Shannon Lake

Shannon Lake Land Rental Agreement (PDF to fill out)

Additional Services and Local Suppliers