Anii Shores

Anii Shores

Site Minimum: 4 people

Site Maximum: 18 people

Description: A good site for a small group. Find space for the tents on a fairly steep, wooded and rocky hill-side. 

Exposure:  Northern  --  always in shade during the day.  Good view of summer sunsets.

Travel Time (by canoe)

>> to Hub  = 5 - 10  min.

>> to Main End / Parking = 15 - 20  min. 

Campsite Name Meaning: A greeting in Ojibwe. 

From the Ontario Parks website: Aaniin” (or “Aanii” in Odawa and some nearby communities) is often used as a greeting. In this instance, it essentially means “how” (e.g., short for “how are you” / “how is your life going”). “Aaniin” can also be used as a question, like “which” or “what.” 

Aerial view of Anii Shores. 

Footage provided by Scouter Kurt G from 1st Campbellville.

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