MacLeod Provincial Park is located 4.9 miles (8kms) east of Geraldton in the Municipality of Greenstone in Ontario’s Superior Country Region. The Park was originally established as of 1963, covers approximately 180 acres, and is known for its excellent fishing and swimming. Some of the main things to do include being active within the park and exploring through paddling, hiking, fishing, swimming, watching wildlife and boating. There are facilities and services available within the park such as modern restrooms, showers, dumping stations, an accessible boat launch, playgrounds, pet areas, fish cleaning buildings, and a variety of camping. You can camp with anything from a tent or car to an RV. They have electrical sites available as well as rustic. Camping is only available for the summer months, but the park is open all year round to stop and visit.