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Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

37 Reviews
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Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park

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MicaToronto wrote a review Sep. 2020
Toronto3 contributions3 helpful votes
Camp site not well suited to a 36 ft RV and there is not a lot of privacy. The lots are strangely marked and it was hard to follow the map. When we arrived it was very wet and our site was partially flooded. Unfortunately we did not stay due to the stench and bugs resulting from standing water. The park itself looked beautiful beyond the campgrounds. We just were not feeling comfortable in our reserved spot. I would recommend to those not looking for a quiet camp ground due to the small park size.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lesley C wrote a review Jul. 2020
Ottawa, Canada68 contributions31 helpful votes
Quiet and well-treed provincial park in Georgian Bay area. We picked a campsite that was one of the "recommended" sites for our tents and it was great. A bathroom close enough, the beach a quick 1-2 minute walk and a small canoe/kayak boat launch nearby. The staff is friendly and the Conservation Officers walk around and say hi and get to know who is staying in the Park (and had some funny stories to share). People are friendly. There are no extra amenities but the beach, fishing and nearby town make it special and a place where you can enjoy a week away.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sonya M wrote a review Mar. 2020
Ontario, Canada9 contributions
This small Provincial Park doesn't have all the bells and whistles larger ones have, but that's partially why we love it so much. There is no need for a vehicle once you are set up, since the entire park is walkable. No need to drive to the beach or boat launch. Bathrooms are basic, yet adequate. The sandy beach is a great place to spend the day, or finish of a busy day with a quiet dip. Great fishing and watersport opportunities are close by.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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MaciekPlacek wrote a review Oct. 2019
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We went in fall,we did 17 PP parks this year.great place for fishing, and that all about it.Area is commercialize,even with waterfront camp site you are facing,marina,boats engines,hangars,so if you want to enjoy a nature views ,forget it..beside stuff is friendly,its not far from Toronto area,have lots of water fronts campsite compare to other parks.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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JMlove2explore wrote a review Oct. 2019
Massachusetts10 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed here one night on our trip across the country and it was a nice quiet campground. There was no ranger when we arrived and had to drive around a bit to locate our site. It was situated near the water and there was a little path down to the water where the boat docks are located. The bathrooms were ok-no showers that I happened to see but only there one night so they could be located in a different area. It was pretty watching the sunset from the docks. Another reason we selected this place to camp was it's pet friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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