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There is an established provincial campground here and the cost is $25 for the night. showers are free and bathrooms are clean. Also overflow camping can be had in the parking lot area for a small fee. There is upper and lower sites, with the upper sites larger on the sites on the water smaller. There is no Sani Dump here
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$25 dollars a night, flush toilets and shower in the nearby car park open 8am-7pm. Clean and modern pit toilets on the campsite. Short walk nearby to see the petroglyphs.Report Check-In
Pretty empty site for winter camping! $13 per night and right next to the lake. Showers are closed but pit toilets are available.Report Check-In
$13 dollars a night, self register for out of season. Very nice spots. Pit toilets. Showers are closed for the season. We were the only ones here spending the night, but people come and go for a walk and the little beach.Report Check-In
Two camping areas, upper and lower. We stayed in the lower section, closer to the lake.
There are no services at the site, except a fire ring and a table. The site was well screened and a reasonable size.
Washrooms, showers are in the large parking area for day visitors by the beach. They are open from 10 to 7. Showers are free, but water is only warm.
There are pit toilets and some water taps around the campsites, but the water is not potable.
I am told there are no sites with electrical hook ups.
After the kids go back to school, registration is by you finding a spot and someone coming round to collect cash for the site. You can still make a phone reservation.
As described. We stayed two nights in the lower area with RV (21ft), sites may be smaller (we did not look at the upper sites) but totally fine for our RV. We wanted to take a shower, which is open between 8am and 7pm, so no showers at night when you arrive late...Report Check-In
The park has upper and lower campgrounds. The sites on the lake are small and the sites on the upper level are large. There is no sani dump in this park. Sites are $25/nt. We stayed 3 nights.Report Check-In
The price including booking fee was $24. We paid $12 for the senior rate. We stayed 3 nights in the Upper Campground with Art and Heidi. No services . No sani station.Report Check-In
campground with plenty of spots available. you can reserve online but we ended up pulling into the upper campground. lower is nice, as it's close to the beach and showers, but pretty crowded.
showers are free and warm water. pit toilets which are kept fairly clean too.
25$ for the night.
parking pads are fairly even and pretty shaded between sites.
Nice place, we spend 2 nights here, very quiet, excellent service, bathrooms are clean, free shower. Many trails to walk. CAD$25 per night.Report Check-In
nice place but after October no services. Self registration 13 €.Report Check-In
There is an established provincial campground here and the cost is $25 for the night. showers are free and bathrooms are clean. Also overflow camping can be had in the parking lot area for a small fee.Report Check-In
Located on Sproat Lake . Beautiful lake and it has a upper and lower campground . ToiletsReport Check-In