4 RV Parks near Killaloe, Ontario
Jun 2006 - $31.00
Nice clean park and friendly owners on site. Only real problem with this park, is the poor wiring on west side. Could not run air conditioning after being charged for 30 amp service. We left early and will take our own generator if we go back. New owners are trying to keep all happy, but will have to do some up-grading of the electrical system to keep people coming back to an otherwise very nice park! - cornplanter2
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Beautiful site right on the lake. Sandy beach perfect for pulling boat up to site. Good boat ramp. Easy to get into site with room to park our truck and trailer. Responsible dog owner friendly. The new owner is a lovely lady friendly and helpful. Only downside is it is beside Hwy 60. - LMmuskoka
Jul 2017 - $28.00
We stayed in site A31 and it was fantastic. Just a few feet from waters edge. What a beautiful view. Rain has made it difficult for owners to keep it at its best, but they were trying. Will definitely be back again. I think an annual trip for sure. Thanks to store staff and all others. - dalyn8
May 2016 - $37.00
This is a lovely park fronting on Golden Lake. There are seasonal residents but they are grouped in areas separate from transient sites. Owners are great, service was great, and WiFi was strong. Still too early in the season but the lake did look inviting.
Showers are free but water temperature was not terribly warm - it was okay for shower, but I would have liked it a couple of degrees warmer. But that's only me/us.
Gravel roads throughout the park with grassy sites and lots of trees and open space.
We stayed would definitely stay here again.
Highly recommend this park. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Canadian summer resort with some sites for transient RV's. More for extended stays. Very secluded beautiful location on Barks Lake. We had electric, water, sewer, but the sewer hookup was a bit iffy. No cable and were not able to hook up to wifi in the office. Since resort is on a hillside the sites are not very level. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Do Not follow Good Sam Trip Planner directions or your GPS - this place is secluded! Proceed to Barry's Bay, turn on Dunn Street to Sunny Hill Rd. - Breezy2
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This is a very basic campground. It looks like most of the campers are long term and are given a minimum of notice. Seems like it's mostly youngish workers/laborers from the people I have seen so far. I thought it was going to have a river view, but that is limited to a peek between buildings across the road from the campground. Ontario was in the midst of a heat wave and the hook-up had a lot of trouble keeping my one a/c going weakly. This campground is fine for an overnight stay. - EdinFL
Jun 2017 - $30.00
It's a small park, new owners. Very clean and friendly. Park includes wifi, spacious spots also the use of kayaks and canoes. Park owners were constantly working on improving the park. New cabins, landscaping and pool going in. Absolutely a great value. Can't wait to comeback next year. Pet friendly. - ThePullmans
Sep 2007 - $28.00
This park is mainly seasonal campers. It's OK for an overnight stop. Our biggest problem was that the Trailer Life directions were completely wrong. - gsf