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Southern end of Hwy 630 North shore of Kioshkokwi Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
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#9 of 16 Speciality lodging in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Southern end of Hwy 630 North shore of Kioshkokwi Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
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campinglover wrote a review Sep. 2020
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I took my family camping in Algonquin park at Kiosk Campground July of this year. The Campsite itself was beautiful and right on the lake! Campsite was spacious and had a great view of the lake.When we got to KIosk we had to wait for our spot as campers who were supposed to be in next door campsite had taken our campsite without asking or even telling the camp staff. When we finally got to our campsite we had to clean up the mess which was left behind. Our neighbors to the left of us 7 young men completely ruined our camping experience by playing loud music (no music zone) talking, screaming and putting their lives at risk by going out in a boat ( no life jackets) only 1 knew how to swim, 10:30 at night. at They were screaming and yelling across the lake and creating a scary night for my 2 young kids. I and my neighbor to the right approached them several times to be quiet and stop scaring the kids! complaints were made by many campers and the Ranger did finally come around at 2 am to quiet them down ( the first night) the 2nd night the Ranger was nowhere to be found. Despite complaints nothing was done to educate these young men on camping edicate, (quiet, respect, etc for other campers.) They did tell me however it was thier first time camping, LOL! I realize its not the fault of camp Kiosk when bad campers arrive, but they need to shut these people down immediately when people's quiet camping experience is being ruined! I would go back but to a more secluded peopless spot!!
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Date of stay: July 2020
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HummingbirdClover wrote a review Apr. 2019
Alliston, Canada43 contributions12 helpful votes
PROS: - much smaller campground than most if your looking for a more private/less busy experience - absolutely BEAUTIFUL scenery - park staff are friendly and accommodating - lots to explore by canoe/kayak/boat - area abundant with wildlife - much more secluded feeling than other parks CONS: - no designated walking/hiking trails - there are old railroad tracks that offer beautiful scenery I suppose you could hike for as long as you wanted but then you would have to turn around and come back the same way you came and it is limited - the lake is very large/deep and can get incredibly wavy which can be difficult to safely navigate in a canoe or kayak - not much to do for kids (no park or activities etc) SIDE NOTE: - no cell phone reception - the side of the campground closest to the front desk has regular flush toilets with a running water tap/sink and a mirror....the other side has compost toilets but they are usually always clean and much more pleasant than regular old outhouses
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bustergonards wrote a review Sep. 2017
Ashington, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a lovely quiet park. With beautiful views everywhere. I would like to thank the ranger who was on duty the 3 days we were there, she couldn't do enough to help. You can hire canoes if feel inclined or there are a couple of good walks . The quietness of the place is great .
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Pam O wrote a review Sep. 2017
Kemptville, Canada63 contributions15 helpful votes
Spent 2 nights/3 days camping here. Carmen, host Ranger was awesome, friendly and helpful! We had a few questions that she answered easily and stopped to chat. Our reserved spot was not quite what we wanted and a change was easily made. Next year will try another campsite that we were able to check out while visiting.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Travis C wrote a review Aug. 2017
Cochrane, Canada39 contributions24 helpful votes
Big lots for tent camping, next to lake, access to hiking trails, fishing, paddling. What a beautiful spot. Pretty close to North Bay and there is a great pottery shop on the way into the campground that you should be sure to pop into on the way.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Are pets allowed at Kiosk Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.