MacLeod Provincial Park is on the peninsula of Kenogamisis Lake in Geraldton, Ontario. Geraldton is in the Municipality of Greenstone. Named after an abandoned goldmine, MacLeod has campsites for both car and group camping. Kenogamisis Lake has amazing swimming and fishing. Land lovers can enjoy the sites of the northern wildlife and birds. At night you can look up at the stars and possibly catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.
MacLeod Provincial Park has access to Kenogamisis Lake, perfect for fishing, swimming, and boating. Spend time out on the lake in a motorboat or use a canoe to get around on the Kenogamisis lake and river, perfect for fishing walleye. The sandy beach is flawless for visitors who are camping or are spending the day. MacLeod Park trails are scenic and great to catch a view of the Red-eyed Vireos, Northern Warblers, Broad-winged Hawks, and other adorable birds and wildlife.