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7 RV Parks near Providence Bay, Ontario
Jul 2019 - $43.00
This park was originally laid out for travel trailers and tents. The sites are generally short, but with good separation, so they seem private. We had a real challenge parking our 32' fifth wheel as the site was very unlevel and barely long enough to fit the rig and our tow vehicle parked across the entrance. The 30 amp outlets do not have on site breakers - but we did not experience any problems with voltage drop while there. The water pressure is good. Showers and toilet buildings are old, in need of updating, but were clean. The majority of the sites are seasonal. Park suffers from a lack of maintenance. Roads are tight for anything over 35'. We would stay elsewhere if we come again. - 5er_MKS
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Stayed here while visiting relatives in the area. A wonderful, relaxing place. Top notch in all respects, spacious sites, helpful and pleasant staff, nearby beach on Lake Huron provided excellent swimming. The only negatives are that no cell service is available, Wi-Fi only near the office, 15 Amp only and no sewer hookups although there is an easy access dump station. We would stay here again. - BillandEila
Jul 2014 - $38.00
What a clean, comfy and beautiful place! Fire pit, electric and water on lot. Firewood 7$ for a wheelbarrow that lasts for 3-4 nights! Store with treats, groceries, milk, eggs, etc. Walking distance to the most beautiful beach on Lake Huron. HUGE children's park a short walk away - lots of things to go see near park (Bridal Falls, Cup and Saucer hiking trail, ChiChimaun ferry, etc). Staff super friendly and sites super clean! Thank you! - angelel83
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Our site was in a new area, wasn't even on their site map, but the site was huge, we could park sideways. They have some strict rules, but I think that is more for the seasonals. We found the owners very friendly and helpful. We had noisy partiers across the road, that were singing and talking loud with music until after 1 am, but when we informed the office, the owner went straight up there and laid down the law. The park is well maintained, the wifi is good in the clubhouse. They have 2 Purple Martin Houses right at the office, beautiful birds!! - Ontarian RVers
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This campground is on Lake Huron. It is private; in fact, it is isolated. Bring everything you are going to need because you will be close to no stores. It takes awhile to get all the way back in the woods to the office and campground. The sites are so private. Trees everywhere. And where trees wouldn't fit, there are bushes. There is so much space between campers and the long term campers are kept up really nice. This felt like a lake community. There are many cabins, too. Most everything (except the office are) is tucked back into the trees and the gravel roads are nice for walking. The view of the lake is beautiful, but it's unlikely you'll get a site with the view because of all the trees. Even the pull-thru lots have tall bushes between them to offer full privacy. This campground is the first one to tempt me to become a seasonal camper next year. - EdinFL
Aug 2013 - $45.00
This place has two separate areas in a wooded area for seasonal full service site - total of 72 seasonal while we were there. The short-term sites are all full service and located near the center of the resort, close to the washrooms and the large swimming pool. Most sites are large square, level gravel areas, typically with trees and bushes between the sites. There are also about 6 pull through sites with minimal privacy. There is a new well setup play area for small children and a large games room with games for teens and adults. There is a large triple water-slide which was not in use, a mini-golf area and a new looking tennis court. There is only a small sand beach on lake Huron but there is a well protected marina with catwalks and 12-14 births. It certainly seems to be the most modern RV park on Manitoulin Island and for many miles in both directions but it is a long drive from Highway 17. - JTD2
Aug 2007 - $40.00
When completely finished being built, this will be a very nice park, however, it is currently not exactly as described in their brochure and website. We chose this campground based on the activities available for our children, but upon arrival we discovered that the waterslides do not work, nor have they ever worked. They are scheduled to open next year. The stocked trout ponds are not stocked, nor will they be any time soon as the otters in the area will only eat the fish. The fishing charters that are advertised are no longer available from the resort either. There is a 12 x 12 piece of asphalt with a portable basketball net at one end which would represent the basketball court, but it costs $5 per hour to use, even if you have brought your own basketball. Tennis court and mini-put also cost extra for campers to use, which I can understand, however, this is also not advertised. Due to landscaping not completely finished, the sites are all gravel and very dusty. We were scheduled to stay for five nights but left after three. - User305
Jul 2018 - $45.00
This is a rustic camp complete with cabins that are peeling paint, washroom that looks really out-dated from the outside, and an office that looks like an old hunting lodge. But none of this made it any less enjoyable at all. Rustic is good in this case. They only have two 50 amp sites and I got one of them. MOST sites in the park are very shady, but the 50 amp site was not. I was right on the edge of the water, so that was okay...had a nice breeze. It is perched on the Georgian Bay and has a swimming area, boat launch, playground, and most of the sites have a view of the water. The only thing they were lacking is a sewer hook-up. The office people were friendly and very helpful. You're about 1 km from "downtown" and the ferry to Tobermory. There are places to eat and do some souvenir shopping in town. You don't want to try to get out on the highway when everyone's unloading from the ferry. It's a steady stream of traffic for about 15 minutes. All in all, this is a great place to stay. I would definitely stay here again. - EdinFL
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We moved to a waterfront spot on our second day. Incredible sunrise and sunsets. - skidiver
Aug 2011 - $28.00
If you are going to Manitoulin Island in a big rig then this is the really the only place to stay, so you need a toad to get around the Island. New owners purchased it in February 2011 and they have done a fantastic job of bringing a run-down spot back to life. Young couple helped by family and lots of drive. We were in A9 up on the hill. Quiet and private. One of the best we have had for years. We stayed three days. Wi-Fi at the office, not on-site. Dump station easily accessible. - Aftica
Sep 2019 - $1.00
It is easy to miss the park. It is 5 minutes from the ferry, across Hy 6 from Carol and Earl's restaurant. It is very primitive, but has washrooms which we didn't use due to the distance from our campsite. We camped in a 23 foot trailer. Large RVs would have difficulty getting into the sites. Good for an overnight stay before or after the ferry ride. Price posted for overnight is $30 Canadian. But we were told no one collects. We stayed for free. - Richard R Reed
Sep 2017 - $16.00
Happened to find this by accident on the internet. It looks like a day use town park but actually has primitive camping and RV sites available for use. It looks to be about half long termers and half day use. The day use is accessed off Highway 6 right on the edge of town. It is incredibly close to the ferry but it is almost a gem hidden on purpose by the local township. We pulled in and all there was is a tiny little sign saying the rates ($20 for RV, $10 for tenting). But nowhere to pay. So we pulled into the site we liked best (very forested, very private). About 2 hours later a really nice township employee wandered by in his pickup and I happily gave him the required $20 The site is really close to Highway 6 but that only really matters the twice a day or so when the ferry is in terminal. Otherwise there wasn't much traffic noise. There were washroom and shower facilities (included) but we didn't use them. Despite what it says online, there was no electrical or water hookups (that might be on the long termers side of the park) Great place and very convenient for South Baymouth and the ferry. - mnj100
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Long gravel driveway that is too narrow for two way traffic. There appeared to be as many seasonal as overnight sites. The friendly owner escorted us to our site and explained where the facilities were located. Our site was a grass back-in that even with a few bumps, I managed to find a level parking spot. Our site had lots of room as it was located by only one other site which wasn't occupied at the time. Most of the other overnight ones were much closer together. Hookups were electric and water. The electric plug had no cover, but it worked fine. Water pressure was good. There was a table and fire ring on site as well. Garbage (bin was a utility trailer with a canopy on top) and recycles were located near campground exit and the showers and washrooms were nearby. A dump station was just past the garbage bin. No OTA TV or Wi-Fi from the site. Boating and fishing seem to be the main activities here. This park is okay for a night or two, but I wouldn't stay any longer unless I had a boat. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2018 - $47.00
Despite it's decidedly worn appearance, we loved Batman's. It is well maintained, clean, quiet... and just plain old-fashioned fun. The camp store is solidly stocked (including steaks!), the docks and boats are accessible and easy, and the whole feel of the place is just great. Yes, the internet is only accessible at one location (great!), yes the facilities are worn (nostalgic!) and yes, the roads are relatively tight for bigger rigs. It's a campground built in a by-gone era, and it feels nice to be there. We had a GREAT site--perhaps the best we've ever gotten--on the Sunset beach side of the park. Plenty of room, close beach access, and a few trees around to hang a hammock. Perfect. - Thiel
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Very family friendly park on Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. Boat rental, boat ramp, beach at campground. Most sites are unusually large for a commercial campground with trees/bushes separating sites. 4 bar ATT (Rodgers) cell signal, no off air TV channels, free WiFi near office, dump station on siding as you leave park, honey wagon service available. The place impressed us as quiet for a family park, strict quiet curfew enforced and no motorized "toys" are allowed in park. We were also impressed with the stylish decks and gardens of most of the seasonal/park home sites. - readontheroad
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Site was very level with trees each side to give privacy. $45 was waterfront but sewer not available. There is a dump on the way out.
Pleasant and quiet. Internet only at clubhouse which was a walk.
All dirt roads with potholes.
Pricey for what we got. - Tworetired