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Miller's Family Camp

108 Miller Lake Shore Rd, Miller Lake, Ontario N0H 1Z0 Canada
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#4 of 5 Speciality lodging in Miller Lake
Millers Family Camp offers waterfront cottages and treed campsites for a relaxing family vacation on the Bruce Peninsula - in Bruce County, Ontario Canada. Located along Miller Lake, a warm inland lake, Miller's Family Camp has excellent swimming, fishing and boating plus a sandy beach for your enjoyment. Enjoy our relaxed family atmosphere.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Convenience store
Table tennis
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Picnic area
Self-serve laundry
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Private beach
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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ECA wrote a review Nov. 2020
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Rented a seasonal trailer lot for a couple of years during which time there was a change in ownership.New owners are horrible,ungrateful that you are there, there is no customer service, you’re a bother to me them and very rude. They don’t offer hardly any amenities within the campground..lots of unhappy seasonal trailer renters. Do yourself a favour and spend a few extra $$ and rent at the campground down the road. There’s lots of activities inside the campground and staff is there to help and very courteous/helpful.
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Date of stay: May 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
philip R wrote a review Sep. 2020
Toronto, Canada7 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed there this september the cabins have no inside doors just a curtain .The walls are not all the way to the ceiling so everything can be heard the water tap has only cold water and you have to hold the tap open with one hand whilst trying to wash with the other no exaggeration you have probably seen thees spring loaded taps around but would not expect to see them in a cabin .The toilets are absolutely disgusting even to me a world traveler.There are no pots or pans in the cabins but there are a few mismatched dishes I asked about this and was told it was because of Covid 19 but the plates and cutlery apparently were OK .The showers are 25c bring lots of Quarters they are also very small like a trailer shower unless you use the family shower.There really is nothing much to see in the area and road trips are dull just trees and very occasional view of the lake. everything at the campsite is way over priced when compared to other nearby camps and facilities we paid over $1000 for 5 nights in the low season september We were also checking out Lions head and found that we could get a spotless cottage with all facility at about the same price right on the lake. the location is nice enough but never again. its one big rip off and the clientele tends to be the inebriated loude kind that keep everyone up all night. My advice is look around can find much better.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: there are no good cabins they are all similar to a garden sheas
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Response from Millers Family, Owner at Miller's Family Camp
Responded Sep. 21, 2020
Hello Philip, We are sorry to hear you didn't enjoy your trip to the Bruce Peninsula and to Miller's Family Camp. You are correct our cottages are not fancy. We are not a 4 star resort and don't advertise to be. The cottages are rustic, clean and basic. They only have cold running water except the 4 bedroom cottage which also has hot water and a shower. The spring loaded taps in the cottages are not ideal. Each cottage has its own septic system and it can’t handle the amount of water normal taps would create. We are currently working with the MOE and an engineer to upgrade the cottage septic systems. So we can install better toilets and taps. I am not sure how long you need for a shower but a 25 cent coin lasts 5-7 minutes. We are a quiet family camp, we do have security and someone on site all the time (Day/Night) to deal with issues as they arise. Our quiet hours are from 11pm – 7am, and strictly enforced. If the issue had been brought to our attention we would have dealt with it. I am not sure when or which cottage you stayed in but I think you are exaggerating a bit with the cost. A 3 bedroom cottage with 6 people for 7 nights in the peak of the summer is $1050 plus Hst. In the spring and fall (May 1st to June 27th and Sept 7th to October 8th) there is a 20% discount off our regular summer rates. You are correct when you say there is a lot of trees! If you want to see more beauty you have to get out of your car and hike to the Grotto or to Half Way Log Dump or Devils Monument or to the Lion's Head cliffs. Or jump on a boat out to Flower Pot Island. There is plenty of natural beauty to be seen here. The Northern Bruce Peninsula is known for its outdoor adventures. Hiking, Biking, Boating and Diving.
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Allison Coghlin wrote a review Sep. 2020
London, Canada5 contributions
We visited Miller's Family Camp for the first time at the recommendation of friends this summer when we booked a stay for the week of Canada Day and instantly fell in love with this camp! We loved it so much that when we got home we called and book another week long stay for the end of August. We are a family of 5 and both times booked a two bedroom cabin. The cabins were the perfect size for us. Our two youngest shared a room and our oldest slept on the futon in the living room area. The cabins are basic but cozy and clean. Due to COVID-19 not as many items were supplied in the kitchen but when we realized we left some items at home the staff quickly supplied us with what we needed. We typically go tent camping, so being in a cabin with comfortable (very firm) mattresses and an oven to cook in was great. The week in July was HOT and we were quite comfortable in the cabin with all of the windows and doors open (we also brought a small fan). And the week in August was cool. We were warm enough with keeping the windows shut at night. There is a heater in the cabin but we were ok without having to turn it on. The swimming area for the kids was perfect for our kids (ages 6-10) and was visible from our cabin. It's quite shallow for a good distance and "enclosed" by a ring of pool noodles so that they don't stray too far into the lake without knowing. We also took advantage of their one day boat rental. The staff allowed us to split the day between a row boat and a paddle boat as our kids wanted to experience both. Miller Lake is nice and quiet so it was very enjoyable to go fishing in the row boat and explore in the paddle boat. We also took our own kayaks with us and had a great time exploring the quieter side of the lake as well as checking out the private cottages down the other end. Our boys discovered a love for fishing during our first stay. There is a kids fishing dock and some other docks where boats are kept. The docks are easily visible from the cabins which allowed them to feel independent (and for us to relax at our cabin) while we were able to keep an eye on them. We brought walkie-talkies with us which allowed them to give a quick call for assistance if required. Even though we stayed in the same place for the two weeks, each vacation was entirely different. The week in July was very hot and we spent the majority of our time in the water. Swimming in Miller Lake, Black Creek Beach and Dyers Bay. And the week in August was cooler so we did more land exploring. Making trips to Tobermory to see the Chi-Cheemaun dock & unload/load, exploring Grieg's Caves and Spirit Rock Conservation. There are so many adventures to go on that are within 20-30 mins of the camp. We would very much recommend staying at Miller's Family Camp and are looking forward to our next stay there!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Leanne F wrote a review Aug. 2020
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They dont take into account the size of your trailer to the size of the camp site they give you. Way to many dogs. To many kids walking their dogs and not picking up after the dog. Needless to say we won't be camping there again. Trailer sites are way to small.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Edel D wrote a review Jul. 2020
18 contributions14 helpful votes
We stayed in Cabin 3 , a lovely 3 bedroom cottage. Our friends were in #5. We have also stayed in #2 and #12 during other visits. The staff are friendly and we felt very safe there considering there’s a pandemic out there! Nice place to get away from it all. Lindsay remembered as even after a few years away. Love the fire pits close to each cottage. The sunrise was spectacular! The stars at night are well worth staying up for. Due to Covid they warned us before we went that there would be a few less things( dishes,pots and pans) in the cottage compared to usual and they were very timely answering my other questions. The showers are so clean. Garbage and recycling picked up daily. Wish there were more hooks in the bedrooms. Cabin 5 has some cool upgrades( windows, lights, more hooks and a bathroom sink with a plug!) if you are looking for fancy, crowded and a busy place then don’t pick this one!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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CanadaOntarioBruce CountyMiller Lake
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Frequently Asked Questions about Miller's Family Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Miller's Family Camp?
Nearby attractions include Devil's Monument Loop Trail (7.6 km) and St. Margaret's Chapel (7.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Miller's Family Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and kids activities.
Is parking available at Miller's Family Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Miller's Family Camp?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.