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The Loon's Call Campground & Cottage Resort

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The cottage was spotless and had everything that we needed. There was swimming right in front with a gorgeous view of the lake. Bon Echo Provincial Park was a short drive away as was Marble Lake Restaurant and Addison's Restaurant. There was also Land o' Lakes petting and rescue farm and so much more.

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 6 February 2017

I have been going to this campsite for a few years in a row now. Great amenities. You can rent a cottage, pitch a tent, bring a trailer. Lake access. Overall, I find it a great place! There's a reason we come every year...

Thank Olivier L
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

Couple days before July long weekend of 2016 and I was unable to book camping anyplace, and then I came across this "gem" from a local in the area. Janice was accommodating from my first call to her and was able to set us up with a couple nights away. We fell in love with the place almost immediately to...

Thank April K
Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Helpful staff and clean facilities. It was a very hot couple of days and the large shade trees kept the campsite comfortable. Many permanent campers but all were friendly and kept their sites neat and clean

Thank Dennis B
Reviewed 26 January 2017

We own a small fifth wheel and enjoyed a pleasant stay at this campground. It was a little difficult to find as it is located in the middle of a road that also has privately owned residences. Better signs on the main highway and on Marble Lake Road itself might help. The property is well maintained . Janice and her...

Thank Stratfordtravelbug
Frankford, Canada
Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

Love the spot , well treed lots beautiful. Draw back is the sewer clean out is poorly located wrong side for exiting , blocks exit and entry. Hard to turn around not a large enough loop to navigate. No Wi-Fi or cell service. Great people friendly, clean facilities. Some resetting of children structures could fix the sewer dump station turn...

Thank Christiane W
Collingwood, Canada
Reviewed 31 May 2016

Several family members gathered at Loons Call for the past May long weekend. Janice and her team went well beyond our expectations to make sure everyone in our party enjoyed our stay. We had a cabin that was clean and comfortable, the trailer sites were spacious and private. We will definitely be returning to Loons Call!

Thank christinabeauchamp
Reviewed 31 May 2016

We went to this campground for my son's 6th birthday on May 2-4 weekend. We had over 20 family members total and they accommodated us very well. Put us all together and near the park for the kids to play. They were extremely easy to work with sorting out campsites for everyone and even after my SUV broke down and...

Thank Andrew H
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

The RV sites do not have any gravel. The hookups are very primitive. You're tracking sand everywhere. The lady and man that run the place were extremely nice people though. Just feel they need some gravel and updating. The lake was beautiful which is very close to the sites. We took the kayak over and enjoyed the lake. Beautiful lake!

Thank Crissi K
Reviewed 2 January 2016

after enjoying the park occasionally we decided to become seasonal residence. the park is well run super clean , quiet friendly and a great value. It is across the road from a small but beautiful lake excellent for fishing swimming and boating. the owners are sticklers for rules so if you can't handle that it is not a place for...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Five housekeeping cottages and 105 campsites on 70 wooded acres on Marble Lake near Cloyne Ontario and Bon Echo Provincial Park. Great area for hiking, cycling, swimming,and padding. On site sand beach, rec hall, basketball, volleyball, playgrounds, more. Golf and tennis nearby. "Get Outdoors! A Fun and Affordable Family Holiday" ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Loon's Call Campground & Cottage Resort

Address: 1177 Marble Lake Rd, Cloyne, Ontario K0H 1K0, Canada
Region: Canada > Ontario > Lennox and Addington County > Cloyne
Number of rooms: 5
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