We spent a couple nights in a tipi at the park. They were very clean, waterproof and had comfortable foam pads in it. It was one of the best nights sleeps we had during our week long trip on Manitoulin. Overall, the entire park was very clean and well kept.
We felt nickel and dimed for extra items that are typically included at camping parks. The tipi was expensive compared to the hotels and other accommodations we stayed at in the area. It was $107 per night + an additional $22.50 for our 2 kids. The swimming pool cost an additional $28 for the family, the wolf howl hike cost $35 for the family, the mini putt was $28, etc. You basically don't get any use of the activities at the park without paying an additional fee.
Overall, I can't really say anything bad about the park, it was nice. However, due to all the extra costs, we probably won't go back. We stayed at several different places throughout Manitoulin and Tobermory and most were comparable for considerably less cost.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in Nature, Gordon's Park on Manitoulin Island has a B&B, camping sites, Tipis and Cabins available. We have an Educational Nature Centre and Hiking trails + an extensive summertime calendar of events. We're just 15 minutes from the ferry docks. ... more less