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My husband and I have canoed and camped in this park for many years and in every season except winter. The campsites are well-maintained, and each has a picnic table and personal outhouse with a view. Many of the campsites are far enough away from...More
We have been camping at this PP for over 23 years. We return every summer and love it. It used to be a real hidden gem...The secret is out, but due to the camp sites you still feel the seclusion and privacy your looking for...More
We spent five magical days on a canoe trip in the Massasauga Provincial Park. We were travelling as five adults, six children under ten, and one dog. We hired three canoes, in which we carried not just ourselves but everything we needed for our trip...More
Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. This is a canoe/boat in only PP. We did not have time to do this but wanted to check it out anyway. We sat on the docks for awhile and just enjoyed the beauty and quiet. I...More
Myself and five friends canoed in to Massasauga for 4 nights in August. The trip was relaxing; we were only 12 km and two portages from the Three Legged Lake put-in location, and had no trouble bringing amenities.
Our site (#200) was fairly isolated at...More
Went on a three day canoe trip from the three-legged access point. It is a beautiful park. We stayed on two different lakes. The campsite on Speyer was fairly low and poorly laid-out. Our other campsite was excellent. Both had thunder-boxes and good fire pits....More
3 Star only due to not back country, motor boats and not at all peaceful!
Scenery earns this park a 5+ star
Campsites - about a 3.5 to 4 star
Ease of access 5 star
Being on Georgian Bay 5+ Star
Canadian Shield and trees...More
If you love to camp and don't mind roughing it then this is an excellent place to visit especially with a canoe or kayak. The part is a water access only park and the interior lakes and camp sites are only accessible by canoe or...More
I use the park often, using the Three-legged Lake access point. It's an accessible 'semi-wilderness' park perfect for a light/moderate canoe trip. There are two sides to the park - Georgian Bay is mostly the domain of motorboats. On the other hand, the interior lakes...More
Our campsite on Blackstone Harbour was very private and offered amazing views of the bay. I just enjoyed sitting and admiring the scenery. There were very few motor boats and other canoeists/campers.
We appreciated the new bear-proof food storage. But its design was somehow flawed—among...More