Rate reflects Passport America. Park is OK for an overnight stop. We had a site with electric only yet were charged the same rate as others with full service. Park is definitely not worth $40/night! Passport America listing shows they have a gas station and also a pay telephone (cell coverage was non-existant for us) - yet both were long gone. Electric is only 15 amp and even though we hardly ran anything, the breaker kept tripping and necessitated a trip to the office to get it reset. We gave up on it. I doubt we would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An interesting place. The price I show is with tax included. It is an older campground with a few seasonals it seems. Near the highway so you get some road noise and near the RR so you get train noise. 15 amps so watch your usage. If the breaker trips it is reset by the office people and don't trip one after 10 pm if you want electric. It also is 20 km west of the town of Marathon. For the WiFi, which is pretty slow, they give you a ticket with a code that is only for one device so if you have two computers and a smart phone you have to choose the one you will use. The sites are a pretty good size and for big rigs they have 2 "pull through" sites. They are "pull through" but you have to make a pretty sharp turn on the road. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great little place to stay along the Trans-Canada, just across the highway from Neys Provincial Park. Friendly owners who also run a small cafe and shop onsite. A small campground, but the services, including WiFi (note 15A only) worked fine and the site was level. We spent one night here and other than the early summer bugs it was great. Had a nice cooked breakfast in the cafe in the morning. A nice way to start the next day of our journey. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. This place is a little gem. The only improvement, in my opinion would be the availability of 30 amp service. The owners are wonderful and they keep this place really nicely. The WiFi works very well and the washrooms / showers are spotless. We definitely would stay here again. By the way, the food in their little restaurant is great too. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is in Neys, across from Hwy 17 from Neys Provincial park. On the plus side, we had 15 amp electric, water, shade and an easy pull through reasonably site, half way between Thunder Bay and Sault St. Marie. Further the Wi-Fi was solid throughout the park, service was kind, and breakfast was discounted. Seems to be well set-up for hunters (game cooler). On the negative side, it was 15 amp and with no fuses that I could reach (locked), no activities, far from anywhere. In summary, a good place for an overnight, or a little longer if you want services and yet want to play in the Provincial park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate. Sites are OK and the CG is easy access to the Trans Canada. Out in the country and quiet!! Have a small restaurant on site as well. A bit of a challenge to get level but we managed. Would stay again especial at the PA rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very convenient site close to highway, but far enough off road that noise is not a problem. Management very friendly. They helped us find assistance for some repairs and extended our stay a couple of times while we awaited parts. Nice restaurant! We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have really enjoyed our stay here. Majestic scenery, friendly helpful owners, and all essential conveniences. There is an all-day cafe with good food, including home made bread and pastries. LCBO license, gift store and gas bar. The sites are adequately large and well kept.There is no pool, shuffle board etc., but that is what we like. We may well come back here next summer We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a unique opportunity to park overlooking Lake Superior. If you are a big rig be sure to reserve either a pull thru or Lot 25e as most other sites are very treed and tight. Site 25e is the largest site in this loop and is open for satellite reception and has lots of privacy and a great view. Park is isolated and 15 miles from Marathon. Come for the view and some hiking if the weather is nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is closer to Marathon. It is a jewell of the OPP system. We loved it and plan to visit it next year, another park close by would be Rainbow Falls but I would recommend the lake section past the main entrance west toward Thunder Bay. Lake front sites are the best, beautiful views and the best sunsets I've seen over the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park, with sites right on Lake Superior, a hidden gem! Noisy at night, neighbors partying till after 1am. They have an interesting visitor's center and evening programs. It is worth the drive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The previous review gave a good overview. I would add that at the east end of the long sandy beach (too cold for most people) there is a rocky point which makes for an interesting hike. On windy days with the waves crashing over the rocks you would think you were on the East Coast. Very nice park with good sites for large rigs in area 1. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is on a beautiful section of shoreline of Lake Superior, bounded on the west by the gorgeous Little Pic river. Sites in the A section have nice views of Superior and are mostly for larger rigs. Electric sites in the other loops are mostly good, but some sites are small. Most have good privacy, though. The only drawback to this park is that the cross-country railway runs along the border of the park and train noise can be heard occasionally. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.