This is a trailer park with about 15 overnight sites. A few have hydro and water but no sewer hookup. Does not accept credit cards. Showers are coin operated. Sewage dump station does not have water/hose for cleaning sewer hose. Small sandy beach on Georgian Bay. Good fish restaurant 3 minutes away. Daily breakfast is available in rec. room
Would have rated this place much higher if not for the bathrooms and showers. Although they are tiled and in good condition, there seems to be no maintenance. All three toilets were without toilet paper for days. Showers never seem to be cleaned. The dumpster has been overflowing for days. With a bit of TLC this is/could be a nice campground.
The brochure is very deceptive! Claims to have a country store (didn't see one) claims vending machines (local campers told us that the owner does not stock it), claims 24 hour attendant (we never saw the owner or attendant), we self registered and paid. Sewer connection was difficult to find. For $29.00 this was way over priced!
Located right in the town. Also located right on the "P'tit Train du Nord" so if you are biking, this is an ideal spot. Most sites are shaded but they have an open area for trailers. English is not spoken here.
Located about 10 km from Kiamika. Had no electricity available. Dump station is on wrong side, on a hill and has a concrete cover twice the size of a manhole. Takes two people lift. This place is geared more to the fisherman and wheelers.
Showers require coin and water not always hot. Showers very small and dark. Some very beautiful spots with a river fed large pond available for swimming. There is NO dump station. If you wish to dump you must pull into a site with sewers, dump there and pay a $5.00 fee. Owner speaks good English.
Paved sites with lots of grass areas and trees separating sites. Pool was not open in May. One Internet cable available in the office. Access to the Horse park is a bonus. Very few signs or rules beginning with "Do Not/NO." We use this campground whenever we are in the area! Weekends can be difficult to get in when these is something going on at the horse park (most of the time!)
Family provincial park with hundreds of sites, mostly shaded but some open. Just 10 minutes from Coboconk. Great location on Balsam Lake. We enjoy biking at this park while others come for the fishing and/or the beach. Nice Park!
Park does not seem to be well maintained. The first electrical outlet we tried was rusty and did not work. Site are level, even though some of them are on a slope. The park is very convenient to the battleground and only a few kilometres from downtown Vicksburg
Right off the Natchez Trace Parkway. Most of the sites back onto a lake and are concrete pad. Main part of the park with swimming pool,cabins,store etc etc is located some distance from the campground. We stop at this park coming and going every year as we travel the Trace.
This is a bit of hidden gem, as far a municipal campsites go. We stay here, annually on our way to Bruce Peninsula National Park. It is right on Georgian Bay and minutes away is a 33 km Georgian trail, ideal for hiking or biking. Staff have always been very helpful. Town has a huge marina.
242 sites without electric or water (available at central spigots.) Flush toilets are spread throughout. There are no showers in the campground but available just outside the camp (private). The location is what makes this park such a gem and as difficult as can be to get in during the summer. It is on the famous Bruce trail and a 1/2 hour hike takes you to the crystal clear blue waters of Georgian Bay, looking down from high cliffs. There is great swimming including a grotto and other fascinating creations in the limestone cliffs. The campground is located on a small lake with a narrow beach. If you like to hike, this is the spot. If you like to swim don't pass this up!
Half the sites are electric. This park is about 55 kilometres east of Orillia and well worth the trip. Four different campgrounds, have something for everyone. Sandy beach with rentals of canoes, kayaks and pedal boats. Park is bike friendly too, as you can bike along the lake (outside the park as well) and local country roads with very little traffic. About 20 minutes away is an abandoned railway bed that has been turned into a hiking/biking trail. This is a beautiful,peaceful spot but we like it especially in the fall