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Bucket List: Visit every Provincial Park in Ontario. Since we only do Day Use I can not speak to the camping or fishing etc. We did not swim here but rather just stopped in for a look. The gate staff were very friendly and the...More
Of all of the north shore provincial parks we visited, we received our most friendly and welcoming greeting when we arrived at White River park. There was a boil water advisory in the park and this was explained to us. Wish we could have stayed...More
If you want to get away from it ALL, and I do mean it ALL, White Lake is the place to go.
The location we stayed at to fish (4 guys), was a very rustic cabin. 4 bedrooms, one for each of us, NO air...More
White River has a claim to be the original source of the "Winnie the Pooh" stories. The tame bear cub was caught near here before it was brought to London where it inspired A. A. Milne. White River is also known for its cold winter...More
We stayed right across from the comfort station surprisingly it was very nice park was busy but didn't disturb us at all it was great clean washroom and showers very handy, staff was awesome very friendly and helpful, only downfall was there is no stores...More
Camped at White Lake Provincial Park last night. We chose site 81, adjacent to the lake and with direct beach access. Was lovely and quiet until 11pm. What wasn't obvious at the time of reserving our site were boat moorings by the beach. No mention...More
Great park,great people,great staff,great bathrooms and showers. I caught more pike than walleye but still enjoyed myself.If you come up from the states for the first time you will be amazed at the beautiful scenery. Contact you bank prior to visit if you use atm...More
Stayed at the park for the summer of 2015. Was working in town and found it better than a motel. It was great. Brought my boat and spent my spare time on White Lake. Great Walleye fishing. Park is typical of Ont Provincial Parks. Very...More