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Large campground, easy to get to, with lots of activities for kids, with a great well heated pool. Different sections with the majority of the pull-throughs in a "field" at the front of the park closer to the road. No fire pits. The "back-in" sites are up a hill at the "back". We have stayed in both. The back-in was nicer, but harder to get in/out. The field site was very convenient near the pool, mini golf and office. Excellent Wi-Fi. Negative - no shade or fire pits in the field, could hear the train and highway when outside the motorhome.

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We had a great time here. It is a provincial park, next to Canada's second largest waterfall, with a great swimming beach on the river, all within walking distance of a small town. We were in site E22 - a double site. There is 30 amp power on a stand at the entry to the site. We pulled in so we faced the forest and did not need an extension to reach the power. We got lucky, there was a street festival the weekend we were in town. Negatives, the site was not easy to level, I picked up a leech swimming and it seemed expensive.

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Campground is in Neys, across from Hwy 17 from Neys Provincial park. On the plus side, we had 15 amp electric, water, shade and an easy pull through reasonably site, half way between Thunder Bay and Sault St. Marie. Further the Wi-Fi was solid throughout the park, service was kind, and breakfast was discounted. Seems to be well set-up for hunters (game cooler). On the negative side, it was 15 amp and with no fuses that I could reach (locked), no activities, far from anywhere. In summary, a good place for an overnight, or a little longer if you want services and yet want to play in the Provincial park.