Camped in area 1,best for big rigs,Beautiful view of lake,large open sites,showers and restrooms very clean.Road into area 1 very skinny with many dead tree branches that can tear up your roof or scatch the sides of your trailer.Beautiful long beach but covered in dead trees,be careful where you walk.Lots of history about campground so visit the information building. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
This is a unique opportunity to park overlooking Lake Superior. If you are a big rig be sure to reserve either a pull thru or Lot 25e as most other sites are very treed and tight. Site 25e is the largest site in this loop and is open for satellite reception and has lots of privacy and a great view. Park is isolated and 15 miles from Marathon. Come for the view and some hiking if the weather is nice. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $30.00
This park is closer to Marathon. It is a jewell of the OPP system. We loved it and plan to visit it next year, another park close by would be Rainbow Falls but I would recommend the lake section past the main entrance west toward Thunder Bay. Lake front sites are the best, beautiful views and the best sunsets I've seen over the lake. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
A very nice park, with sites right on Lake Superior, a hidden gem! Noisy at night, neighbors partying till after 1am. They have an interesting visitor's center and evening programs. It is worth the drive. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $32.00
The previous review gave a good overview. I would add that at the east end of the long sandy beach (too cold for most people) there is a rocky point which makes for an interesting hike. On windy days with the waves crashing over the rocks you would think you were on the East Coast. Very nice park with good sites for large rigs in area 1. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Park is on a beautiful section of shoreline of Lake Superior, bounded on the west by the gorgeous Little Pic river. Sites in the A section have nice views of Superior and are mostly for larger rigs. Electric sites in the other loops are mostly good, but some sites are small. Most have good privacy, though. The only drawback to this park is that the cross-country railway runs along the border of the park and train noise can be heard occasionally. We camped at Neys Provincial Park in a Tent Trailer.