648 Mission Street
Harris River Campground, newly constructed in 1998, includes 14 fully accessible campsites including two group sites and one host site. Each campsite is outfitted with a fire ring, pedestal grill and a picnic table. Seven of the campsites have tent pads. There are two accessible vault toilets located in the campground as well as four garbage collection sites. Two hand pump water stations provide drinking water and two information kiosks provide campers with information relative to their visit. Firewood is available adjacent to the host site for paid campers. There are no electrical, water or sewer hook-ups available for recreational vehicles within the campground. A short boardwalk trail dissects the campground to offer campers a close-up view of a muskeg environment without getting their feet wet. A bridge and short path across the Harris River connect the campground to the Harris River Picnic Area (see later description).