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We recently found Oastler Lake on our way up to Grundy Provincial Park (and it was closed due to devastating forest fires). We have been camping annually for 5 years now with 2 other families. From the moment we arrived at Oastler Lake the 3...More
Want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Head to Oastler Lake in Parry Sound.
It’s a slice of Paradise! My son was camping there on the long weekend. We joined him for a day. He had a lakeside campsite...so serene! We went...More
I decided to spend one night in this park because I was too tired to continue driving to Toronto. The park was almost deserted, the office was closed and I quickly drove to campsite number 132, where we had stayed once.
Later I drove to...More
This is a lovely campground on a lovely lake. We camped there on a Sunday, Monday, leaving Tuesday. The trains ran all night long on Sunday in both directions and they blew their horn each time - long and loud. On Monday night it seemed...More
This one was a very pleasant surprise. The sites here are awesome. We took pictures of our favoruites which are along the lake. Some are drive in ones and some are walk in ones. We did check out the beach area but did not go...More
I'd have to say overall, it was a great trip but only because my friends and I made it fun. The train was the biggest issue, and yes I know there are warnings posted about this- but you wouldn't think it would go alllllllll night...More
We stayed here with our RV and had a good pitch with elec and water not far from water. Lovely lake to swim and fish, average washrooms (showers could do with revamping). No shop to speak of at all but only 5 minutes drive from...More
Oastler Lake Provincial Park offers travellers with a great stop for tenting and travel trailers. Also a very nice spot to stop for a picnic or walk with family, friends or solo while travelling through the Parry Sound area. Staff are quite friendly, informative and...More
Aside from the obvious pluses of Muskoka, the lake and canoe rental, here are the minuses:
• Small park, not much to do or places to hike.
• Camp store also pretty small. Warning: NO ICE CREAM!
• You might run into a water snake.
• THAT TRAIN!...More
Wasn't the best place for camping. I am not a fisher but it may be better for fishing. 18 trains in 12hrs (very loud/ I personally was able to stand it but just a warning), NO hiking witch is a disappointment. Kill Bear has hiking...More
Hey! I’ve been to Oastler Lake a couple years ago for a weekend and there is a park store. The train went buy a few times but you get use to it and barely notice it (if you’re a super light sleeper earplugs may come in handy... More
Hey! I’ve been to Oastler Lake a couple years ago for a weekend and there is a park store. The train went buy a few times but you get use to it and barely notice it (if you’re a super light sleeper earplugs may come in handy but I only heard it once throughout the night). The dog beach isn’t huge but it works well for all dogs, we brought our lab/Bernese mix and there was more than enough room for her a several other big dogs to run and swim. Perks is if you keep walking up to the right of the dog beach there is a nice cliff to jump off of. We definitely enjoyed Oastler Lake as we’re going again this weekend coming. Hopes this helps!