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Good if you can get a waterfront site. Washrooms are older but kept reasonably clean. Showers in a separate building which is quite a walk from some areas of the park. This park is right on the highway and is noisy at night. In the...More
Okay this was out second time camping and we had a blast that we even booked another day. The water is a stone toss away and we took our chairs and enjoyed the sunsets and loons!!!! Nice showers and store.totally would return if in area...More
What a gorgeous campground and park! The campgrounds themselves are quite spacious and you can even get campsites that overlook the water/are steps away from the beach! The best campsites are 20 or 11 as they give direct access to the beach, but everything in...More
Had a nice site at the west end of the park. Good view of Lake Huron. There were no other campers close to us so it was very comfortable. The park road does get bikers and hikers but at mid Sept there were not many....More
Visit was ruined by the excessive traffic noise. Camped one site out from the water and traffic noise was 24/7 with speeding traffic (especially motorcycles). Speed limit is 80Km/Hr at this speed I was overtaken when visiting Thornbury by traffic doing 100+ Km/Hr. Speed limit...More
My partner and I camped for September long weekend we were at campsight 117 it was excellent lots of room for tent and view of lake showers were very clean and staff was excellent we would definitely come back to camp big thumbs up 👍
This is a great provincial park. It's literally wedged between hwy 26 and the coast of Georgian Bay.
As I said in the title this is a great family park but SMALL.. Like 160 sites if that small so getting in is hard.
This is a small campground on the shore of Georgian Bay. Nice swimming but bring water shoes/crocs as the beaches are rocky and not sandy. The footwear will give you grip on the smooth rock and help you walk over the not-so-smooth rocks. Some sites...More
Our family had a nice week of camping at Craigleith. My daughter had to be near Blue Mountain for a dance competition so it was a very easy and close commute and that's why we picked this particular provincial park. Otherwise we would have been...More