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5 RV Parks near Greater Sudbury, Ontario
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Greater Sudbury. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Greater Sudbury in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $48.00
We stayed one night as planned. The camp is OK for one night, but more would be a chore. Site was just OK and the showers/restrooms were clean but dated. They really try hard to make the place look good but it is easy to see through the lack of a serious effort. For example the peeling paint in the restrooms was merely given a fresh coat instead of a scraping, sanding and repainting. Most of their touch up work did not involve any masking tape. The have a little beach that they try to keep attractive but it is surrounded by unkempt grass and weeds. The sites are very small. Ours backed up to the back of an old trailer with barely enough room to walk between them. The majority of the current tenants are pipeline workers who rise early and all drive noisy diesel pickups. About 5 am they get them started up and roar out of the park. I would stay again only if there was no better place. It is really not that bad, but it is not that good either. - Geodoc
Oct 2016 - $37.00
We needed a place for one night. It is basically a trailer park where people live full time. Very packed an close together.
There is a campground right to the right. Go there. Much more space and cleaner looking.
Owner was very nice. - Paige Taylor
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Advertised beach area very small and littered with duck/goose droppings yet children were playing there and in the equally nasty playground area. An area next to the shore was used as a dumping area for broken down camp equipment such as chairs, etc. Restrooms not kept up in good shape. Site next to ours was being used by departing campers as a sewage dump. - cmclark
Jul 2018 - $30.00
When we registered, the staff informed us that half the campground had lost power due to a blown transformer. But lucky for us, our side still had power. There is no sign to tell you where to park and of course our rig was not in the right place, so to get to our site it took a circuitous route on one way streets. It appears that most of the campers are seasonal with only 10 or 15% of the sites for overnighters. Our site was a gravel fairly level pull-through with grass between the adjacent sites. It had electric (no breaker) and water only. There was a dump station near the main road exit. No problem with either the water or electric. I found 2 channels of OTA TV. The Wi-Fi was pretty useless. Most of the time I wasn't able to connect with the internet at all and when I did it was extremely slow. The garbage and recycles have to be taken over to the parking lot in the back of the park. This place is good for a day or two, but I wouldn't stay any longer than that. There isn't much choice to stay in the area, so I might come back here again if ever back this way. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This is a pretty basic campground. The trailers and RVs are close to each other with no trees at all between sites or near sites. Upkeep isn't high on the list of this campground's priorities because the grass needed mowing and there could definitely be more trees, flowers, scrubs, or some sort of landscapping to make it look nicer. It seems to be run by a union and there is a building on the grounds that says it is for retired members of that union. There is a beach area on the lake but it is nothing special. The view of the lake is blocked somewhat by all the campers and by the slight hill that separates the park from the lake. This campground just needs some work to make it look more inviting and relaxing. It actually reminded me of the car area of an old drive-in movie lot. - EdinFL
Jul 2018 - $28.00
Price is $40 CAD - current exchange rate is 1.3 USD to 1 CAD. Approximately 85% seasonal campers. Most of them are in good condition. Transient sites are spaced apart, in an open area. No cable, 2 OTA TV channels. Verizon cell service is marginal, WiFi signal is strong but it drops out frequently. Full hook-up, no caps for the sewer lines, and 30 Amp electric only. An acceptable place to recharge, restock and rest up before heading out again. Big rig friendly. Sudbury is a big town, with lots of traffic. - Bburgbrewer
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Stayed one night. Park isn't highly technical - no email, no credit card machine, and had some challenges contacting them. They advised in advance that they were a cash-only place, so I was prepared for that. They had somewhat "lost" my reservation when I arrived. There is an EXTRA fee for dumping, which I did not know about - some sites appear to have sufficient location for grey water at a trickle, at least. Facilities are VERY old, but washrooms and showers were functional and as clean as possible. The lake looked very good. There were a few swings in the "playground" although one of the infant swings was missing a part. The park could use at least 1 more sign on the way in to advise you that you're on the right road. Appears to be mainly seasonal campers, and as such, we never felt truly "welcome". - Webbeyes