Plenty of grass on the sites. The pull thru sites which are 1/2 of the camp sites are like field camping and provides for a petty atmosphere. The other sites are private and some have paths to the rocky shore. Site 144 has a lot of campers crossing the site thinking it is the way from the trail to the road. The sites along the shoreline have a slope requiring an extra step to the travel trailer if the door is near the back of the trailer. The showers are only on the pull thru side of camp ground. There is only one dump station which is on the same road as the water fill station. Even coming in after 2 pm there were 3 trailers dumping so you have to wait your turn to fill the fresh water. The dog exercise area is not much nor marked well, not worth the walk to the boat launch. Cell reception is 1 & 2 bars. Down at the water’s edge there was 4 bars for Bell. There is no warden overnight, you will have to call park enforcement or OPP.
September 20, 2019 - reviewed by Peter Piper
Campfire under a canopy of trees. Power boats in the distance. Chirping birds and crickets. It's a great time here!
August 9, 2018 - reviewed by Ray
Large but privacy is poor. Bathroom is ok. Some people didn’t follow rules, making loud noise until middleweight. No boat rental
September 6, 2017 - reviewed by Thrilled
Great park. Good large sites. Close to the beach. Well maintained. Have made it my park of choice for camping.