Port Severn Ontario Campgrounds
13 RV Parks near Port Severn, Ontario
Aug 2005 - $31.00
Nice park for smaller units. Some sites on water have boat dockage. Pine section has electric for bigger units but some are not level (large boulders). Right off Rt. 400 (exit 162) so you hear traffic all night at the larger sites. Small dump station by office. 40 minutes to an hour to Parry Sound. Possible parasite from beavers in 6 mile lake so we didn't go swimming but others did (towel off briskly was recommended). - pegdiver
Aug 2011 - $37.00
This is a trailer park with about 15 overnight sites. A few have hydro and water but no sewer hookup. Does not accept credit cards. Showers are coin operated. Sewage dump station does not have water/hose for cleaning sewer hose. Small sandy beach on Georgian Bay. Good fish restaurant 3 minutes away. Daily breakfast is available in rec. room - Gandalf
Jun 2013 - $37.00
A fairly nice trailer park with a separate campground section. There are only about 4 sites with full hookups and lots of sites with water and electric. The washroom is all tiled and looks fairly new and well looked after. A NEGATIVE is that showers cost $1.00. Campground is only a few minutes away from Midland's three main attractions of Wye March, Saint Marie and Martyr's shrine. - Gandalf
Aug 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! - JR..
Jun 2008 - $34.00
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! - audmars
Aug 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. - pegdiver
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Management was very rude and confrontational. I would never go back to this park. During our stay we also witnessed management arguing with another camper to the point of the management getting right in the other campers face. Replace management and this would be a fantastic place. - Jennifer P
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Very friendly staff in the office. No WIFI access but they are working at getting it. This used to be a Carefree Resort park but recently came under the ownership of Sun Communities. No cable but we were able to pick up 6-7 channels fairly well using our aerial. - 69636
Jun 2016 - $25.00
The park is beautiful, lots of trees, large area. There was lots for the kids to do. There was badminton nets, tether ball, basketball net, parks, wagon ride, pool, and trails for walking and biking.
The bathrooms/showers were gross, small, in need of upgrading. The pool had swim times for only adults for an hour, and other for seniors for an hour, and not kids allowed. There was more golf cart traffic than a golf course and most were doing over the 10 km limit. When we travelled through the park, doing 8 km an hour, with kids sitting on the back tail gate, we had several seasonal tenants yelling to slow down. This happened several times, and we purposely went below the speed limit and still got yelled at for going too fast.
After dinner while sitting by the fire and listening to music from inside out tent trailer, we were thanked for turning our music down. We had it on the same volume for a few hours and had not touched the volume(which was not loud). Not sure if it was another camper or not.
There were a few rude seasonals asking the kids to leave the pool and telling them not to jump in (one was just walking along the pool). One family just left. My husband just asked our kids to come back to the trailer, to avoid any confrontations.
We felt like were inmates being checked on regularly. We were constantly woken up by golf carts driving by until the early morning. We went to bed around 11 or 11:30.
We camp all over Ontario and have never had this experience, and we've never had complaints about our behaviour, driving, or music before.
It is pretty clear that the seasonal campers run this campsite, and I would not recommend this place for families. We would not camp here again. There are many places around Ontario that welcome families. This is probably better suited for retired or older people. - K2 -_
Aug 2017 - $65.00
We have stayed here many times - one of our favourite locations. On the plus side, the adult area is fantastic, large concrete sites with privacy and full service. On the con side, we rarely saw staff. When we arrived the previous site user's garbage bag was blocking our driveway. The free WIFI is seriously underpowered and slow. I still like the park, but I question the price. - N1Hub
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Top KOA in Ontario. Well maintained. Level lots - Samuelbc
Sep 2016 - $90.00
We have been seasonal in the adult section for several years. Management has let this section go down hill. They have not put any money into this area. There is no cable TV, Internet does not work, dirt roads which cause dust storms by everyone using them and although the pads are concrete and a nice size they have never been cleaned and the dirt and mold is taking over. Management has said to several guests the if they don't like it they can leave, there's a waiting list.. - Gbi
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Price in $US. Thoughtful owner left gate up for our late arrival. Large camp, mostly filled with seasonals, many of whom have elaborately embellished their sites. Our pull through spot was long enough for 40' motorhome with attached Jeep. Electric (30 amp) and water were fine but post to which outlets were attached was about to fall down. Staff said RVs kept hitting it. Plenty of open space for satellite TV. Docks with 60 spaces are on a canal going to Lake Couchiching and then to Lake Simcoe. Pool was being filled in chilly early June weather. Wi-Fi for 120 continuous minutes per device was included, with additional fee for longer use. - Mtmoi
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Mostly seasonal sites. Smaller section for transient/overnight guests; these sites are mostly open, smaller, with few trees and little privacy. I would recommend sites 110-113 if you want some shade. We were escorted to our site and shown where to place our trailer. Staff were pleasant. Campground could use some updating but is kept clean and tidy. Roads were dirt but they coated them to prevent dust. Showers cost a quarter to use but it gave plenty of time and worked well. While we were there, the pool was not heated and even though it was July, was too cold to stay in for more than a few minutes. Wading pool had no water in it for several days. We used the tennis court and mini golf. Great place to dock/launch your boat and enjoy the lake. We caught good amounts of perch and bass. You have 2 hours free internet during your stay but once you access it, you have it for the next 2 hours and not 2 hours for the duration of your stay. No reservation fee to reserve a site (which is a bonus) and visitors/guests were not charged a fee to enter or for parking. Overall, a pleasant stay! - naturelover
Aug 2016 - $42.00
There are beautiful sites in this park. Unfortunately they are all seasonal. Those left for transients are as tight as in south Florida. It feels like you are camping in someone's back yard. We met family who came from the south while we came from the north. Unfortunately during our family dinner one of the seasonals started a fire throwing on bags of leaves and then started to chain saw up a tree. Dinner ruined between the noise and the smoke.
The only adult we saw was a lady working in the front office. Although she was pleasant all other tasks were being handled by teenagers. So there was no enforcement of rules. Loose dogs and golf carts piloted by 4 or 5 children running around even after dark. Roads partially blocked by multiple vehicles parked near seasonal sites. Such a shame as it could be a wonderful park. - Smasma
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We stayed at a site in amongst some seasonals. It was a large spot and quiet. Our grandkids loved it..pools, bikes for rent, playground. This is an older KOA and a bit rough around the edges but the staff are very friendly. Their is a nine hole par 3 golf course and boats for rent across the road both operated by the campground. Store has lots of stuff. Washrooms are tired but fairly clean. - Ron and Lynda
Jun 2011 - $46.00
We’re quite familiar with KOAs, and this one is not up to standards. It is in need of some updating. One of the things that we didn’t like was that the seasonals were mixed throughout the campground, and many of them were older and run down. Water pressure on our full-service site was very low at peak times. We had requested a large site, but we had barely enough room to park and place the picnic table in front of our trailer. The front desk seemed to be run by teenagers (absence of adults), although they were polite and friendly. While we didn’t use the pools, they were attractive and well used by regulars. The interior roads are gravel and bumpy, but it is easy to manage large rigs through the campground. Free wi-fi was available at the front building and pool areas only. The campground is a short drive to downtown Gravenhurst. We stayed for three nights. - N1Hub
Aug 2009 - $38.00
We had fairly low expectations before arriving here after reading earlier reviews. We decided to try it anyway given that it is across the street from Santa's Village, which was where we were headed. The park itself was fine. The sites are really small and packed in, but there are lots of trees around, which made it a bit nicer. The bathrooms were acceptable - not the best we've seen, but not the worst either. We know there was a pool there, but we didn't go looking for it because we had enough stuff to do. The staff were helpful. Most people camping here have young children, and the go-carts from the theme park are a stone's throw away so if you're looking for a quiet place to camp, this isn't it! However, the deal they offer with two nights of camping plus two-day passes to the park is a good one, so it's worth checking out for that reason. - happy-camper
Aug 2007 - $36.00
This campground is affiliated with Santa's Village across the road. It is all dirt and pine needles. There is no sewer hookups as they have been outlawed by the town. You pay top dollar for a poor site then have to pay an additional $5.00 to dump your tanks. The showers and restrooms were filthy. The worst we have ever used. The roadways are very narrow and you have to be very careful that you don't clip trees when using them. There are a number of permanent units there that are in various stages of decay. All together a very poor place to stay. There are other campgrounds in the area including a KOA. I wished I had stayed there. I will never stay at this campground again. - murph164
Aug 2017 - $70.00
Rate in CAD $. As others have said, water pressure drops to a trickle a few times a day. 30A service, but when you run 23A and above, the voltage drops below 104 ! Can't use your AC and microwave at the same time. Not really 30A...more like 20A. A few of the seasonal units are neglected. The owners are very nice, the pool is very clean. High price doesn't match the park. I guess low availability of full hookup parks in the area drives the price up. - Presidio40
Aug 2015 - $73.00
This is one of the worst places we have ever stayed. Muskoka Ridge is a very old park and it appears as though no upgrades have been done. We only had 30 amp, no WiFi, no cable, and at times the water was only a trickle. The owner just doesn't seem to want to put any money in the place. Even the picnic table looked like the original one from 40 years ago. The road was very narrow, with vehicles parked in front of their sites, so we had a very tight jockey to get out with our 40-footer. Maybe if you had a 30-ft. unit, you'd be all right, but we will never stay here again. - wallysmom
May 2015 - $55.00
I have stayed here before and thought I would check it out again, the washrooms have not been painted for years and are very dirty. only 2 sinks are working the other one has been out of service for years. The grounds are not very clean, and the site are pityfully. the owner does not care about you or the sites just money as you see in his rates. I have checked out other parks in the area and they are all booked full, this one is half empty. So that will tell you something. Spoke to some of the seasonal people are they all seem to to be very nice and helpful. Could not find the owner, gate is locked and no one in the office. Is this really how you run a business?... the owner does not touch the sites it is all up to you to fix them for them. I must say thou the pool was clean. was not overly happy with the park or the owners at this time. not very helpful with the sites getting in or out of them. In the spring they are all full of water and the campers are not too happy about it.Our site that was given to us was full of water up to our ankles... lots of better parks out there. - wideopen