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2 RV Parks near Sesekinika, Ontario
May 2012 - $34.00
This is a quiet RV park on Highway 11, north of Kirkland Lake. It is far enough in from the highway that you won't notice the trucks or trains. It has a boat launch, nice sunsets, cottages for rent, a laundry room and dump station, but no sewer hookups. Overall, it was clean and quiet. - Neil C.
Jul 2018 - $40.00
All fees are in Cdn $ excluding tax. Entry to the park is controlled by a barrier remotely operated from the office some distance away. Once through there I located the office down near the lake and requested a space for a couple of nights. Having a 40' 5er, the owner suggested that she took me to look at what they had available in order to see if we could fit. Having seen the sites and being advised that some were only available for one night, I took that option and booked for just the one night. If paying by credit card (Visa or MC) there is a $2 per night fee (not per booking). The site was a fairly level sand/dirt pull-through with 30 amp power, water and sewer. The utilities were located fairly central along the site and on the correct side. There was no breaker on the power post and water pressure was pretty low. As soon as I switched on the power we had a low voltage warning with less than 104 volts. For that reason we decided not to engage the AC despite the 29oC evening temperatures. The site had been raked prior to us coming in but my wife found several small piles of dog excrement in between the trees separating us from the vacant neighbouring site. We had a picnic bench and fire pit but due to the flies (not the fault of the CG) we remained indoors for the evening. I did take a walk out to the bathrooms and found them to be pretty clean despite the heavy use they get. Showers are pay showers ($1 Cdn in 25c coins for 8 minutes). Most of the sites here are seasonal. Some very well cared for, some not so and in need of some TLC. Landscaping is very marginal once through the entrance with many sites having either very long, wispy grass or a variety of mats covering the floor. The owner (or manager) was very helpful, trying to accommodate us but I doubt we'd stay - Hutch333id
Jul 2018 - $45.00
The cost of $45 is Canadian $ and very poor value for the cost - sites were sand, gravel and dirt and your feet were black within seconds. We didn't have a reservation but the lady in the office was very helpful and kindly drove my husband round the camp to show which sites were available. First we were offered what could only be called a makeshift parking space outside a building with water and power - I don't think it was an actual site at all. We were given a pull through and decided to only stay 1 night instead of 2. Our site was narrow but just long enough for the trailer and truck. The surface was covered in sand and grit and a few piles of dog poo, the picnic bench had seen better days and wasn't something we would have used. The roads are very old and narrow, with tight turns and lots of large trees. Other trailers seem to be permanent or seasonal, and many are in poor state of repair. The area we were in was quiet and it seemed like people had been in they sites for many years - some had gardens, seating areas and other features which brightened the area up a little. Lots of flies and biting insects which feasted on me! They may not be as prevalent near to the lake but take bug spray to the camp site. I didn't use the bathrooms or other amenities so can't comment on those. Wifi was strong enough to collect emails and use social media. Didn't try OTA TV or satellite. This was a 1 night stay in an area with very few campsites or parks - not the best experience but at least we found somewhere to stay for the night. - DianeH
Sep 2016 - $38.00
Check-in was efficient and the chap led us to our site (B1). The roads are sand/gravel, well maintained, although narrow for big rigs.
Our site was long (70'), sand base with services well located. Water quality is good, but pressure low. Electrical power is stated at 30 amps, but we only got 24 on a good day and anywhere from 15 to 20 on the last day. After tripping the breaker numerous times, I called the office to report a bad breaker, but was told it was the lines. Basically they advertise 30 amps, but the infrastructure cannot deliver. Wi-fi was excellent, both signal strength and bandwidth.
This is bear country, but the garbage is an open trailer covered by a temporary enclosure that is covered on 3 sides, but open on the front. Located next to the garbage was a dump station, as about ½ the campground doesn't have sewer, so they drive holding tanks over to the dump station, which stunk, every time I walked the dogs. Apparently coaches on the non-sewer side dump gray water directly onto a small pit in the ground.
Campground rules, well we didn't receive any, and based on our experience they either don't exist or the management refuses to enforce them. Some of the seasonal sites are well maintained, but sadly most are unkempt, with multiple vehicles, ATV's, bikes and kids toys strewn all over the place. Obviously no limit on the number of vehicles permitted at a site. Noise is constant:
• kids screaming and shouting until midnight,
• • ATV's and motorbikes driven by children, who didn't look old enough to drive, at speeds well in excess of posted speed limits. No adult supervision apparent.
• party on Saturday night with loud music until 03:30
• party on Sunday until about midnight, with excessive base.
The owners obviously don't enforce dogs being on leash, or picking up after them.
If you're looking for a park that is noisy, unkempt and has poor services, then this is the place for you, otherwise, you might want to try another option. - Oriana