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We had never camped in a yurt before. Our yurt, 480D, was brand new. It had a parking spot and a very large outside deck. Inside were 2 bunk beds sleeping a total of 6 people. Included was a very efficient propane heater, sturdy wooden...More
I've been to multiple provincial parks, but Pinery beats them all. The beach is sandy, and there are a lot of pretty rocks. I watched the sunset from the beach, it was gorgeous. There are several entrances to the beach, close to all campsites in...More
Just got back from a 4 day/ 3 night camping trip at the Pinery Campgrounds. We stayed in Burley section a short walking distance to the beach. The WATER is beautiful and sandy on the bottom once you get across the short beach area FILLED...More
We camped here and spent the day at the public access beach. The sand is so nice. Although it had rocks, once you bypass them the beach water is so nice. Not very deep (although we didn't go very far).
We caught the sunset at...More
Pinery is a fantastic park. We stayed at the Burley campground in site 1191. The park pix for this site do not do it justice -- it has more room and privacy than pix show. Poison ivy (on site specs) not really an issue: we...More
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We were there mid June (14-16) and we did see quite a few (4 in total). It is a high risk area for ticks so we were very thorough in checking ourselves/clothes/tents, etc frequently. If you follow proper precautions you... More
We were there mid June (14-16) and we did see quite a few (4 in total). It is a high risk area for ticks so we were very thorough in checking ourselves/clothes/tents, etc frequently. If you follow proper precautions you should be OK.