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2 RV Parks near Britt, Ontario
Aug 2017 - $32.00
This park had old but clean rest rooms and showers and slow but reliable wifi. It is dilapidated and suffers from a severe lack of attention. The entrance and interior roads were full of potholes and pure mud. Half our site was underwater. More like a run down fish camp than a "resort". We will not be going back. - Camaraderie
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Medium small, mostly static CG on inlet w/ 2 EW and 3 EWS transient pull thru sites. Dump, free hot showers, laundry, free good WiFi, propane refill, 5 bar AT&T (Rogers) cell, no off air channels, onsite restaurant is closed, but clubhouse available. Friendly, helpful manager and fellow campers. On peaceful Byng Inlet off Georgian Bay, boat ramp & docks & fishing supplies available. The campground entrance is down the first road on the west side of the highway from the north end of the highway 69 bridge over the inlet. Narrow interior roads. - readontheroad
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Park was exactly what we needed for a brief overnight stay at a great price. Our rig is 27 feet with no tow so we fit fine in our site. Good 30 amp, water and sewer were well placed on our site. . Park was very quiet with a few trains transiting the area without annoyance. Although we were 1/2 mile or so from the highway, it could not be heard. Manager/owner was very pleasant and efficient at check in. The park is on the Magnetawan river with a nice little sandy beach and marina. We found the seasonal residents very friendly. Overall Park is laid back with an eclectic ambiance. We would return. - pwgfalcon
Sep 2017 - $47.00
Just another typical Ontario provincial park. The drive there on Highway 522 is nice, if you are coming from the East. We arrived and the site we were issued (Hemlock #100) was supposed to be electrically serviced. Except the plug in post was a good 50' away, too far for our 30 amp line. Also, the next site over was colonized by some long stay yahoos who were already loud and drinking at 4 in the afternoon. So we asked to switch since we couldn't use the electrical anyway (and getting away from the yahoos was a plus). The young kid at the front office was really nice about it. We got White Birch 604 instead. Decent enough, with good privacy for a provincial park. The plug in post was also right there and it came with the usual picnic table and fire ring. Best of all, no yahoos. Grundy Lake has a really good set up for dumping stations and potable water near to the front office. - mnj100
Jul 2016 - $58.00
Stayed in Jack Pine Campground (Sites 700-756). Fairly rugged, rough campsites. Struggle to get level. Site had good 30 amp electrical and good water/sewer dump site at entrance to park. Bring in all your supplies. Be alert for bears in campsites - keep it clean! Our neighbors chased a bear twice from their site. This park has some amazing rock cliffs around the lake. Great park to enjoy the lake and test your nerve jumping off the rocks into the lake! - Breezy2