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4 RV Parks near Killarney, Ontario
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is wild camping, no hook ups but amazing views onto the lake. Cheap firewood delivered to your pitch and an assortment of wildlife. Completely peaceful. Pitch 7 is the best! - Duchess Ryan
Sep 2014 - $28.00
Camped there for about a week in our 30ft trailer. We come to this spot every year, this was first with a trailer, before I used to tent all the time. Love the scenery and waterfront sites with beautiful view. Great place, nature, quiet and clean. Owners are VERY friendly. I will have to disagree with previous review. The reason I bought my trailer is so I can use my own trailer toilet, water from the trailer tank, sink etc. and not worry about hookups and overcrowded full service sites. The only exception, I run a hose to the water hookup. Also love the location of it, close for a walk to town, to the bar, for fish and chips, groceries, even fishing! Again, great spot, hidden jewel! - Kuba
Jun 2013 - $26.00
This park offers only unserviced sites, but in a beautiful setting. It seems to be oriented toward rigs that are too big for Killarney Provincial Park, or when campers overflow from the park. Nonetheless, some of the access roads were a bit tight for our 36 foot fifth wheel, but we made it. The setting is quite nice, on the shores of Georgian Bay within walking distance of the village of Killarney. The low rating is only because the sites are unserviced. We would probably stay here again. - wandrr
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Amazing location in Kilarney Provincial Park. Very remote but still has wifi and great showers. Friendly owners and great clubhouse with bags of character. - Cyclink the World
Jul 2018 - $47.00
Despite it's decidedly worn appearance, we loved Batman's. It is well maintained, clean, quiet... and just plain old-fashioned fun. The camp store is solidly stocked (including steaks!), the docks and boats are accessible and easy, and the whole feel of the place is just great. Yes, the internet is only accessible at one location (great!), yes the facilities are worn (nostalgic!) and yes, the roads are relatively tight for bigger rigs. It's a campground built in a by-gone era, and it feels nice to be there. We had a GREAT site--perhaps the best we've ever gotten--on the Sunset beach side of the park. Plenty of room, close beach access, and a few trees around to hang a hammock. Perfect. - Thiel
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Very family friendly park on Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. Boat rental, boat ramp, beach at campground. Most sites are unusually large for a commercial campground with trees/bushes separating sites. 4 bar ATT (Rodgers) cell signal, no off air TV channels, free WiFi near office, dump station on siding as you leave park, honey wagon service available. The place impressed us as quiet for a family park, strict quiet curfew enforced and no motorized "toys" are allowed in park. We were also impressed with the stylish decks and gardens of most of the seasonal/park home sites. - readontheroad
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Site was very level with trees each side to give privacy. $45 was waterfront but sewer not available. There is a dump on the way out.
Pleasant and quiet. Internet only at clubhouse which was a walk.
All dirt roads with potholes.
Pricey for what we got. - Tworetired
May 2012 - $40.00
This is not a resort at all! A campground, no more, no less. Our rating is simple to explain: 1 is the least you can rate, then this campgrounds earns one point each for the gorgeous view over the lake and the very silence at night. Other than that it's just ridiculous what you get for your money (No discounts whatsoever). Our back in site was the most unlevel we ever stayed in, sloped from front to back and side to side. The electrical hookup (15 amp) is flimsy, the water hookup OK. No sewer, no Wi-Fi, no cable. No privacy at all, nothing between the sites. The road to the campground is a 1.5km bumpy gravel road, inside the campground it's narrow but manageable. However, if the opposite sites of yours are occupied, backing in might become a bit tricky. Our 5th wheel is 34 feet and we did just OK. We had a peak inside the washrooms but didn't have the courage to use them, so we left the place unharmed. We won't return, if you want to stay there, don't use the website's official address because your GPS will send you somewhere in the outskirts of Espanola. The problem is known by the owner but doesn't seem to care about it. From the Trans Canada Hwy take Hwy 6 through Espanola and turn right at the large "Lake Apsey Resort" sign on the right about 5 km past Espanola. - TheSchweitzers