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Caliper Lake Provincial Park

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Caliper Lake Provincial Park

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Paul V wrote a review Apr. 2019
13 contributions1 helpful vote
Even at the height of summer this place is relatively easy to get a site at. Quiet and peaceful. A lot of sites along the waterfront. The only downside is the lake water is has a fair bit of algae in late summer.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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pateyrs wrote a review Aug. 2018
Winnipeg, Canada17 contributions2 helpful votes
Very nice park, nice camp sites near water, fishing ok but lake only about 15 ft deep, camp sites are large and have privacy. Clean washroom and water taps around park
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Date of experience: August 2018
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SnoMan56623 wrote a review Nov. 2017
Baudette, Minnesota100 contributions32 helpful votes
Not well advertised and limited operations. Clean and safe. South of town on main highway. Camp site with / without hydro. Swimming & toilets.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Sarah K wrote a review Sep. 2017
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The Caliper Lake Campground far exceeded my expectations. I'd never reserved a campsite in another country before- but booking was very easy online. We arrived late, and the camp staff had marked our site as reserved- which was much appreciated as the grounds were very full over Labor Day Weekend. There are vault style outhouses very close to every campsite, and many of them have running water sinks to wash your hands afterwords. If outhouses aren't your thing, there is a centrally located flushing toilet facility near the boat dock, and a comfort station with flushing toilets and free showers near the beach. There are water taps located through out the campsite, so you're never have to go far to fill up. The campsite and fire rings are clean and well tended to. The road through the campgrounds is well maintained. The campground is laid out to offer lots of privacy for drive-up camping spots. A caged trash drop off keeps the Campground clean and pest free. At night, you hear the soft lapping of the lake, and the happy sounds of other campers laughing and singing. There were no rowdy groups- and in the morning the still lake was quietly paddled by many kayakers. We went here because it was far from city lights and we wanted to use our telescope to see some dim deep space objects. The thick trees that surround each campsite made that difficult, but the lovely experience of camping in Ontario kept us from being too disappointed.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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nkleiman wrote a review Aug. 2017
Winnipeg, Canada22 contributions20 helpful votes
We were very impressed with this campground and had an excellent few days! The site we booked was electrical (site 21) and the picture on the website appeared to be on a hill but the site was actually flat on top. You are quite close to the next site but we enjoyed meeting the couple on that site and it worked well. The campground is well maintained, ice and wood could be delivered and those working at the front were very friendly and helpful. We did the hiking trail and would recommend walking around the beaver pond as we saw 2 Tundra Swans. We are planning on returning next year and doing some fishing and canoeing! Great park and wonderful staff!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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