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8 RV Parks near Bruce Mines, Ontario
Aug 2018 - $19.00
Self registration was in effect and worked on the honour system. Envelopes were provided and money for the site inserted in the envelope and dropped in the door slot. For credit card payments, you had to go down to the marina to pay. First come first serve, no reservations. About half the sites had shared electric (15 amp) and water hookups. No sewer, but there was a dump station near the washrooms. I found that to access the dump on the correct side, I had to exit the campground and drive back through the entrance. Our site had electric and water. It took extensions for both as the hookups were a fair distance away. They are near the front of the sites. Most of the sites are not very level. Site size varies and most would only fit smaller units. A table and a fire ring appear to be at most sites, but for some unknown reason our site had 3 tables. Bear proof garbage bins are located throughout the campground. I found three American TV channels off the antenna and no Wi-Fi. The campground has a provincial park like setting with mature trees and a certain amount of privacy around some of the sites. I would stay here again if in the area, but only for a night or two. - Onemoretrail
Jun 2017 - $40.00
The price indicated (which I feel is too high) is in Cdn $ and includes tax for a 30amp and water site - no sewer connection. Wi-Fi is included in this price but was incredibly difficult to acquire and then hold without continuously being dropped. The power was poor to say the least. After approximately 8pm, my Progressive Industries EMS repeatedly kicked in with a low voltage error being indicated. I don't know if this is something to do with the park or their provider. Thankfully my fridge and freezer can also run on propane so I didn't suffer any losses. Equally the PI EMS most likely saved my appliances and electronics. I was only running the fridge and charging a cell phone at the time so it was certainly not caused by me. On arrival the note in the office window indicated the owner/manager was out in the park somewhere. Having made our reservation months ago we ventured past the entrance and found one of only a small number of pull-through sites open for transients. The remainder of the park is utilized by mostly seasonal guests who were pleasant and chatty. However, some of the rigs appear to be well beyond their life expectancy and many have permanent extensions built on. Some are very cluttered and make the place look untidy. Our gravel & dirt site was far from level but as we were now only staying for one night and not the planned two we had originally reserved I didn't bother too much. The owners were gracious with us after we cancelled a night due to a problem with a slide on the rig and needing to get it fixed near Barrie. There is good access to a nice sandy beach and Lake Huron. The CG is directly adjacent to Hwy 17 so expect traffic noise. I took a peek at the showers while they were unoccupied and found them to be quite unclean. There is a laundry but I don't know how much this was. We would not stay here again when next passing through the area. - Hutch333id
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a family owned gem we found along Hwy 17, easy access to enter and leave. It sits on the North shore of Lake Huron and has a pristine beach with outdoor shower and beautiful access to this lake. We grabbed photos of the last of that night's sunset which was stunning. We were given a drive-through site that was quite easy to enter though not level front to back. We used three boards to raise the front to level and it was simple enough. We had water and 30 amp electric. Behind us was a very nice shower house, 3 showers with changing sections. No bench but three hooks to hang things and good sized showers. Beside that was the laundry building, C$.75 per load. Very clean and there was a book exchange table. This is a lovely spot and there is a ton of seasonal campers here, many with pretty elaborate add-ons to their rigs. Very kind folks here, both owners and seasonals, and very reasonable rates. While you can hear traffic on Hwy 17 when outside, traffic is light and we heard nothing from inside the RV. Along with the rv sites there are 6 cabins that can be rented, four of which are directly on the beach. I'm sure these are very popular in the Summer. The dump station was easily accessed and well designed. The sewer opening is in great condition and is well below ground level allowing good flow. There is a long hose to help clean out but, oddly, it had a pipe threaded end, not a hose threaded end, so we had to carefully hold it in place. Yes, one wiggle of a hand and one of us did get a shower. Signs to entrance are few and the entrance pops up quickly. Make sure to spend time on the beach here. We couldn't find a website other than a Facebook page so finding this place online wasn't easy but we sure are glad to have found it. Great overnight stop. - khorne
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Great view of Lake in site 1! Owners very helpful and friendly. Would go back here anytime. Wonderful experience, we traveling through area if we had more time I wish we had stayed longer. Not a lot to do in area just enjoy the campground! - Soggy
Aug 2018 - $45.00
The hosts are super friendly, the place is spacious and the restrooms are very clean. The restaurant is on reservation only, and serves typical Bavarian (German) food. The lake is beautiful and quiet. Our best camping experience ever! - Bisan
Jul 2018 - $45.00
This park is like being on a farm. There are horses and barns and fences and a house spread out over the acreage. The campsite areas are divided up, as well. We got a site right on the lake. It was beautiful. There are complete hook-ups with 30 amp. The people running the park were very friendly and when I called and asked about check-in time, they said when I arrived would be the check-in time. First time anyone has been that flexible. Nice country lanes and some shade, too. I will definitely stay here again. - EdinFL
Found another one of those rare RV spots worth spending extra days. Glen’s Cove is a campground, not a resort or fancy place to stay. But if you want low cost camping, fishing, power boating, canoeing, kayaking, biking or a just quiet place to stay and great people to visit with on the office porch or around the campfire in the evening then this place is worth looking into. Concrete boat ramp, dock and slips with electric for up 25 foot boats, enclosed fish cleaning station and plenty of room for trailer parking or boat and RV storage. Very large St Mary’s river waterfront common area for watching the freighters go by, napping in the hammock or enjoying campfires and lively discussions just about every evening. Pet friendly and playground for the kids. Most sites are well shaded and a few on the hill are satellite friendly. Fire pits, picnic tables, 30 amp and water at all sites plus a dump cart and small tractor for all to use for the dump station. Sites are pretty level, grassy with gravel. The camp access road and all interior roads are well maintained gravel. Showers and bathrooms are scattered around the park and there is a honor system laundry on the hill near the entrance, all are older but well maintained and clean. Camp store is well stocked with fishing gear and rental movies. Twenty-five RV sites, 5 tent sites and four waterfront cabins. Wi-Fi and rental motors and boats available at the office. Owners live on site, are very friendly and go out of their way to be sure everyone has a great camping visit. Camping rate reflects Passport America discount, seven days or more is $18. - ctpres
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Very Nice Owner Operated RV Park.
Clean, Neat and VERY well Kept
Lots of activities, including boating, fishing and a beautiful swimming pool.
Would definitely stay here again. - happyflyer
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We camped at Wa-Wen for 4 nights with another couple. It is a lovely campground overlooking marshland with access to the channel and Lake Huron. It is a small campground and approximately half of the sites are seasonal. Sites are nicely spaced apart, hookups are convenient, many pull throughs, and the gravel pads are level. The Wi-Fi worked fairly well (no worse than any other campground). No tree problems for satellite TV reception. Bathrooms are convenient, spacious, and very clean. The owners go above and beyond to make you feel welcome. It was our first Jeep trip to Drummond Island, and they recommended routes for us to take, along with local tips for enjoyment. When we returned, both muddy and dusty, they directed us to their power washer for a quick Jeep shower. They have constructed an osprey nest in the marsh just off from their docks, and we have great pictures of this nesting bird. We rented a pontoon boat from the owners for 1/2 day and had a wonderful time on the water, riding along the shoreline and between the many surrounding islands. Their rental fee was very fair and half the price of similar rentals nearby. We will definitely stay here again! - RagTopDay
Jun 2006 - $20.00
Some nice lake front sites, nice view. Sites are generally quite rustic but large. Overall campground is very casual. We would probably stay here again. - wandrr
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Wonderful small park owned and cared for by a great couple. We had a waterfront site with a really nice view of the bay and freighters going by. Almost every site has a great view of the water. There is a place to launch a boat and park your trailer if you fish. Kayaks can launch from the shore or ramp. There is no bath house, laundry, game courts, playground, or any frills like that but none are needed. The serenity and peacefulness are just what we were looking for. We stayed three days and had plans of taking day trips around the area but the quiet of the park was so nice we never left. Be sure to make a reservation and call ahead for the gate code or you wont get in. Great experience. We will be back again for sure. - Z06
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is a small 14 site rv park with full hook up site. The owners are very friendly and a joy to talk too. Must sure you are on the water with views of the shipping lanes. You can boat right from your site with a kayak canoe or boat. There are no restrooms or beach areas but there is a very nice walk out dock which you can fish from or launch a kayak from. We will be returning to this park. - glickey
Aug 2017 - $40.00
This is a no frills campground. 14 total sites all with full hook-ups. No bathhouse, restrooms or store. No office, but you can buy firewood on the honor system. What you get: peace and quiet. Tranquility abounds out on the paradise point. Watch the big freighters pass by like ghosts on the water. This is a cash only campground. The WiFi is actually very good. Enjoy the Eastern most point of Michigan in this tiny gated piece of paradise. - dalehoch
Jun 2011 - $30.00
4 full hook-up RV sites but small and close together. Our 32 foot MH was about as big as would easily fit. Hook-ups at back of site. Has dock on Caribou Lake and we heard good fishing. 4 miles west of the town of DeTour Village but a easy drive. No showers or bathrooms. Mainly for fishermen and small trailers. 1 site would only fit a pop-up or Roadtrek. I found out about it from the Chamber of Commerce - not in any books that I could find. I would stay again if level of site improved and no one was using the pop-up site. It was quiet - could hear loons - deer walked across lawn in am. - pegdiver