This campground is almost entirely filled with seasonal campers, but occasionally they can fit an overnighter in. There are only four sites with electrical hookups (powered by solar panels!); the remainder are unserviced due to the remote location (14 km north of Timmins on Highway 655). Roads are good; most sites are quite large, surrounded by trees. Untreated well water is centrally available, as well as a dump station. Access is via swipe cards, which seem to randomly stop working. I'd strongly suggest that you phone before coming, as all sites may be full during the summer (I ended up camping in their parking lot, which worked out okay). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small RV dealership with 6 campsites available for short-term stays, some with 30-amp hookups and others with 15 amps. There are no showers, toilets, laundry, Wi-Fi or any other facilities available and campers are told that the well water is not fit for human consumption! It's nicer than staying at a Wal-Mart, but is not a good value for your money at $36/night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.