Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $56.00
The Falls are spectacular. The facilities are good. You need an extension, rentable at the park office, to reach the electrical pillars, which are all placed in the most inaccessible positions. We camped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $38.00
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. We camped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Kakabeka Falls is a nice park. Restrooms and showers were clean. The 30 amp service pole was far enough away from our motorhome that I had to use an extension cord. A little pricey at $47.00 for only electric hookups. We camped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Nice wooded campground, however the electrical system is messed up, could not hook up 30 amps, only 15 amps. No programs were offered during our stay, even though it is a provincial park. We only stayed 1 night, were booked for 3. The falls were nice. We camped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $32.00
This park has many large, well separated, well shaded, quite level sites for those who enjoy a "camping" type experience. Water hookups not available but at the dump station a fresh water hose is available to fill water tanks. The waterfalls is also quite a sight - well worth dropping in just for that reason. This park is about 20 minutes west of Thunder Bay, at the town of Kakabeka Falls. We camped at Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park in a Motorhome.