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post May 5 2013, 11:04 AM
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We are planning on entering Canada at Thunder bay area and traveling along the North coast of Lake Superior to Sault Ste. Marie and then over to Peterboro area to visit Winter Texan friends. This will probably be in early June. Any problems with spending the night in a campground. How are the rates in Provincial Park campgrounds etc. Any experience with Canadian travel ism appreciated.

We are now off the road but this is what we fulltimed in.
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post May 8 2013, 02:21 PM
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When entering Canada make sure you have no firearms, or, if you do, you have all the necessary paperwork with you.

In the Thunder Bay area there are some Amethyst mines, you might want to check one out.


Early June should be no problem with finding campground with open spots. As long as you don't stop too late in the day you should not need to reserve.

There are quite a few Provincial Parks, similar to State Parks, along your way in Ontario. Most of them have no water or sewer hook ups. Neys Provincial Park was a German POW camp in WW2 and has some remains of buildings.


For private parks have a look here:


In Peterborough do not miss the historical lift lock:


Have a good trip!
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