Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $40.00
Great park with mature trees and easy beach access for young families. The farthest beach #4 is the best, but its unfortunately a 4km round trip. Some smart people brought their bikes to help the journey, but it is easily walkable. Tent sites were very clean with plentiful water sources nearby. Comfort stations (shower) were very clean. If you're heading to the beach and driving there, plan to arrive early as the day-users fill up the parking lot fast! We camped at Awenda Provincial Park in a Tent.
Although we did not camp on the water, we loved this campground! It is like camping under an umbrella of trees. It is very peaceful! Our site was 229, and we felt it was the best electric site in the campground. We had two picnic tables and a fire ring. We had enough room on our site to put up our bug tent around one of the picnic tables. Bathroom facilities were nice! We camped at Awenda Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2005 - $31.00
It is a large Provincial Park with big loops far enough away that you never see people in them. Has electric on some loops in campground. But, you need a very long cord for either 15 or 30 amp. Most sites were big enough for our 32 feet but they gave us a long driveway one (50 feet) so we were not able to move around in our site in Wolf. Very heavy shade from tall trees. Some light shrubs between sites. 2 picnic tables on each site with a fire ring. Wood is sold. Has beach for Georgian Bay but we didn't see it. Site drained well after heavy rain. 7 miles outside of town (a few turns that are not mentioned in Trailer Life). If you don't have reservations, you sign up and at 1 pm they will call your name if they have a spot. We camped at Awenda Provincial Park in a Motorhome.