Tidewater Provincial Park
Tidewater Provincial Park
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smandw
Detroit, MI53 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
My husband and I camped here overnight with our teenage son in July 2019. We took the train up and didn't want to turn around and leave again the same night. There are several sites on the shore, but it does get windy in the afternoon/evening. We were able to move our tent further back and still enjoy the shore. The wind died down at night and we were fine until we left the next morning. We walked the beach all the way around the island and enjoyed chatting with a group of 5 canoeing. That group and we were the only campers that that night, so the only sounds were the birds.

We were there hot days, so we did need to spray for bugs. The park is not maintained, so the buildings and sites are a little run down. Ours was mown, however, so that helped.

If you're going to the island, you can catch the water taxi at the docks in Moosonee and then call the next day to get picked up.

I would definitely recommend camping here if you're looking to stay overnight in the area but can't pay the lodging prices. We were too late for reservations, but were really glad to camp on the island as it's probably the furthest north we'll ever camp.
Written July 16, 2019
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