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Hwy 60 at km 11.4, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
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Jessica O wrote a review Nov. 2020
Toronto, Ontario2 contributions1 helpful vote
I'd say that about half of the campsites here should NOT be used. They're painfully close to highway 60 which is used all-night-long by tractor trailers — literally zooming by within 10 meters of your tent. It sounded like a jet airplane was about to crash on top of us while we attempted to sleep. Seriously. Ontario Parks should close all of the Tea Lake campsites that are near the highway. There are some more isolated campsites here that I assume must be quieter and more protected, but honestly, I'm ashamed and embarrassed as a Canadian to have many of those Tea Lake campsites in operation. For tourists visiting our province or country, or urbanites trying to escape the city, these close-to-the-highway campsite are absolutely disgraceful and unacceptable. When booking, the Ontario Parks website does indeed note that noise was higher than usual at the site I booked, but the volume was ABSOLUTELY UNBELIEVABLE. Three sleepless nights (and I live in Toronto and can tolerate noise!). I'm ashamed and embarrassed of this camping experience as a Canadian. This is not what camping in our beautiful Algonquin Park should be like for anyone. My husband, son, and I, were just looking for a nice peaceful long-weekend away from the city (Aug 2020). This campsite was a colossal disappointment. From a technical standpoint, the facilities (bathrooms, etc.) were all well cared for, clean, and in good working order. :)
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Date of stay: August 2020
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SrKlem wrote a review Jul. 2020
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Stayed for 5 days on campsite number 30. It was hard to find an even spot to pitch the tent but after it was done i was satisfied with the location. Best spot in the entire campground for privacy as it is at the dead end of the road. Right next to the water with a private little swim area and easy access to a nice lookout rock. While the fishing wasn't great, hearing the loons and the calmness of the lake makes up for anything else. Yes the highway is close but it quiets down after dark. Easily accessed and small (43 sites), but if you compare it to other campgrounds it isn't as busy and everything is easily accessed from your site. If you can get a lakeside campsite I would recommend it!
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Date of stay: July 2020
Deb wrote a review Sep. 2019
Venice, Italy141 contributions68 helpful votes
Non il miglior camping in cui sia stata come location, ma carino comunque e fornito di tutti i servizi necessari (docce, bagni, spazio per falò, tavolo da picnic). C'è anche una spiaggetta, ma è vicina alla strada e non è il massimo.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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HummingbirdClover wrote a review Sep. 2017
Alliston, Canada43 contributions12 helpful votes
Not as remote or private as other campgrounds - you can actually see the highway from most campsites but it is pretty, you can hear the loons and it is small. Fishing didnt seem to be good but we still enjoyed our time
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
OneQt P wrote a review Aug. 2017
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This was mixed for us. It was not our cup of tea. Pun intended, Pro's Small quiet campground 43 sites Close to west entrance to Algonquin Has comfort station. With showers and flush toilets. Cons Very close to highway so it's not terribly relaxing The small beach was terrible. All pebbles and dirt. There is only one comfort station/ toilet in the whole campground. Had to walk nearly 5 min to go to the bathroom from our site. There is nothing to do there. No trails, or canoe rentals. Canoe rentals don't deliver there either. No park store The sites are hit and miss for size and privacy. We had 43 it was great. 40, 41 and 42 are most private. So if you just like hanging at your campsite. This place isn't bad. But there are better campgrounds in the park for a full Algonquin experience.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
CanadaOntarioAlgonquin Provincial Park
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tea Lake Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Tea Lake Campground?
Nearby attractions include Algonquin Logging Museum (6.5 km), Algonquin Park (0.5 km), and Fire Tower Trail (1.1 km).
What are some restaurants close to Tea Lake Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Shelly’s Diner & Pizzeria, The Mad Musher, and Algonquin Lunch Bar.