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3 RV Parks near Pass Lake, Ontario
Sep 2019 - $52.00
Camped in 200 section for 10 nights. Needed over 100 feet of electrical cord. Park road had speed bumps and trees are encroaching on the roads and the campsites, they need to be trimmed. All the outhouse's are dark and have no light they are fine on sunny day but if its cloudy out bring a flash light. Have they not heard of solar lights or even running water to biffy? They say one family to a sight but its not enforced.Could not use dumpstation after 10 days camping as park did not get tank pumped out.Was told to go to next park east or west of here. - too tall
Aug 2019 - $45.00
This site was on a corner so it was a bit dusty, but there are many very nice sites in this park. And 11 is fine, but there are better ones. Try to get in the 200 section. They are large and some are on the lake. Nice campground, but you are not on Lake Superior here. You are on a smaller lake. You can drive to hiking trails that will get you to Lake Superior. - GiniE
Aug 2019 - $48.00
We stayed in the 200 loop for ten days and it was so worth it! I consider this a fairly rustic campground. Other than the main drive in, all the roads within the park were dirt/gravel. The sites are larger in this loop and there is s lot of privacy between each site. The group sites are large and there is one on the water and the other across the street. Internet is problematic here and the beach affords the best opportunity to receive text or make calls. We literally made our reservations 5 months out (the lead time allowed by the Provincial Park system) and although I was online at 7am, I still could not get a waterfront site. I think the 200 loop is in such a high demand as it is best for larger rigs. In the 200 loop, each site that was off the water had it's own 30 amp hookup while the waterfront sites share a hookup post; hence the need for the super long electric cords. The deer visited our campsite almost every day. The bugs were not bad at all during this time of the year. There is also laundry facilities at the campground. - Ole Red
Aug 2019 - $45.00
This is a rustic type KOA with a variety of site types. The sites are gravel and grass, roads are gravel and dirt. The entrance road is paved but VERY rough. The utilities are located mid site and work as expected except the water pressure is low. There is no cable or WIFI at the sites and cell service is weak to none. The pool area is very nice. - lllkrob
Jul 2019 - $50.00
The staff are very friendly and genuinely interested in ensuring you are enjoying yourself.
The facilities are definitely not accessible. Lots of stairs and slopes to get to places like the store, the restrooms and showers, etc. The road in from the highway is still awfully rough and bumpy beyond patching. It will surely be expensive to replace, which is surely why it is still in its current state. With children 10 & 7 we definitely got our money's worth out of the pool and splash pad area. One of the best we have seen, with a shallow salt water pool (3'), a shallow-to-deep salt water pool, and a large splash pad. The miniputt is unnecessarily difficult which may be fun for some, but was annoying and frustrating for us. Firewood is $10/bag, but they just give you an empty bag and point you to the wood shed to serve yourself. Much different than the Sault Ste Marie KOA that delivers to your site. The on-site restaurant is basically one countertop convection oven they can bake/ warm stuff in. Very mediocre but OK if you're in a pinch. - Nolsby
Aug 2018 - $37.00
The park road from the entrance to the office is in terrible shape - way too many potholes and bumps in the pavement. Office staff was friendly and efficient. Our site was a level gravel and sand pull-through. There was a little too much sand in the gravel which ended up inside our motorhome. There are some sites that are grass and while they were probably cleaner, they didn't look as level. We had full hookups with cable TV. Electric. Cable TV and water were located in the middle while the sewer was further back towards the rear. The only extension needed was for the sewer. Electric and water worked fine, but the sewer outlet was slightly uphill and I was forced to lift the hose, so it would drain properly. The site had a table and fire ring as well. There are some 50 amp sites where you can have a patio as well. The cable TV only had 7 channels and since they were analog, picture size was reduced. One channel was fuzzy intermittently. Wi-Fi was very weak because it was coming from the office hotspot. It worked occasionally, but most of the time it was pretty useless. Noise was a concern at times. Our site was next to the playground and when kids have fun... and when nothing was heard there then the highway noise popped up. The only reason we stayed here was due to location and for one night it was okay. - Onemoretrail
Sep 2015 - $37.00
Sites were not cleaned regularly. Noisy campers and barking dogs were not controlled after hours although the day employee was excellent and visited offenders. Entrance road is very rough with large holes in pavement. - camperme
Jul 2006 - $23.00
This campground lies on the north side of the city right on the Current River. Right off the Trans Canada Highway. It is in the middle of a boreal forest so there is abundant shade everywhere. Site are spacious but bring along adapters and extension cord as electricity is in odd locations. One section appears to be getting a 30amp upgrade with water at convenient plugs. Some sites could use levelling. Good TV reception of local channels. On site manager friendly and efficient. City crews do a good job maintaining we always saw them working during the day. Beware of Bears though, as they can visit at night. Falls are great for wading (they are only 3 feet high max) in dry weather. Watch out after rains though. Trails to Cascades in one direction and Centennial Park in the other. Not very crowded during mid week but people we did meet were pleasant. - cakehead