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Asked by Outdoordw | April 12, 2018
gsnakehill | April 14, 2018
States Visited: 1
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Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
This is my favorite park of all-time. An excellent place to get close to nature and still have your own site, showers, and washrooms with dish washing stations. Hiking and biking trails, several beaches, bike,canoe and kayak rentals. The park sells ice and firewood and has a small gift shop at the visitors centre. Renting a canoe or kayak and quietly paddling up the river at dusk almost always rewards you with wildlife; deer, beaver, and birds. Paddle on a sunny afternoon and you can see Painted and maybe even rare Blandings turtles. Children's nature programs, swimming below the falls, and campfires. You will also need a Park pass in addition to your camping fees. This not a typical RV park, but a great choice for those who want to get outside. We camped at Jeremys Bay Campground (Parks Canada) in a Travel Trailer.
Nearby Caledonia has gas, groceries. During berry harvest season, the church suppers are a favorite. If you come in from Bridgewater (103) Wiles Lake Farm Market is a great place for fresh baked goods, ice cream, treats and rest stop