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My son, daughter and I tented at MacGregor Point. We chose a site with hydro which required at least a 50 foot extension cord. Flush toilets, free showers and pay washing machine and dryer were directly across the road. All wheel chair accessible. The campsite...More
Had a very enjoyable stay tent camping with hydro site, with our dog. Bring your bikes, lots of neat trails and small little beaches and inlets to explore with beautiful views - try and catch them at sunset! We were pleased that we could bring...More
Went up on a Friday left Monday stayed in site deer on a non reservable site 149 very private non hydro site it was fantastic it's a must to bring your bikes the trails are so cool also you can watch the sunset. I wish...More
We had an excellent time during our stay here! Our campsite was large and private, the facilities were very clean and the staff were wonderful and informative! We were also very impressed by the cost of things like firewood, bike rentals, ice cream etc. We...More
Macgregor Park is an annual must for us. The campgrounds are great and private. And the 'comfort stations' are always clean in spite of the heavy usage.
If there is one improvement that could be suggested it is with the garbage bins. Every long weekend...More
We could only stay one night at the park as it was fully booked. Getting a non reservable site is next to impossible on a long weekend. The park is very nice and quiet. The washrooms are clean and all other facilities are also well...More
Every year we try a new provincial park and this year it was at MacGregor. We were in Algonquin Area (Birch) and really liked it. It was quiet, close to washrooms, which were kept clean. It took us about 4 days to get used to...More
This was our first time at Macgregor Point PP. We liked it well enough, and were happy with our yurt. The yurt sites were very close together, but it was quiet enough. It wasn't very private, but nobody was intrusive. We arrived Tuesday, and it...More
We have stayed multiple times. I think this provincial park has some of the best biking
/hiking trails around. We are a family of 4. The kids are 5 and 8 and they love this place. Algonquin is our favourite place to camp but this...More