4 Parks near Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario
Oct 2016 - $27.00
This is a great National Park. There is only one pull through site, which we were lucky to get, but even the back in sites are pretty good. The sites are widely spaced apart and it is heavily wooded.
The park has many hiking trails that are great for the average person. 2-4km and not difficult. The multiple views of Lake Superior from the multiple hiking trails were fantastic.
The park water and showers were shut down in October, but since we are self contained that wasn't an issue.
If you have the opportunity to camp here, do it. - cagvc
Jul 2012 - $36.00
Very nice National Park on Lake Superior. The campsites are spaced well and are mostly woodsy with good privacy. Wi-Fi is available at the visitor center. Really helpful ranger/warden with lots of good ideas, suggestions and answers. There are trails to walk and explore including a boardwalk on the way to the cove. Both of my GPS units failed to get me on the right road here so for routing purposes take hwy 627 south from Hwy 17 near Marathon and it will lead you to the park. No store, so bring provisions. I would return here. - exportman
Aug 2009 - $29.00
This is the campground at Hattie Cove. There are other camp sites for hikers scattered in the backwoods. Great hikes to the shore & into woods. Very quiet. Site very level on gravel pad. Electric nearby. Visitor center with rentals of canoes, etc. Great scenery along shore. Enjoyed some short hikes during short stay. Will go back to explore more. Friendly staff. - Browndogs2
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Very clean and just an all around enjoyable place to stay the nite (or two).
Would stay again, only concern would be during the busy season as there are limited sites. Enjoyed the stay, very relaxing especially this time of year..... relatively quiet. - Officer Bobby
Jul 2016 - $40.00
A good park to stop for the night. We arrived in early afternoon and by evening the park was full. No Office. Just had our reservation papers on site post. The electric box was hidden in the side bushes. - pasco1215
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is a lovely little municipal campground just a couple of miles off the TransCanada highway. The town of Marathon is on the north shore of Lake Superior, and this little gem is on a small inland lake with warm shallow water and sandy beaches.
This campground has a number of 30 amp sites and tent sites and it has 2 pull-through big rig sites with 50 amp full hook up service. The site was satellite friendly, and there was cable TV and WiFi! Seriously!!!
This is a self-serve campground - I made reservations via email and phone with a town employee during the week, and my site was marked reserved with my name when I arrived. Self-serve/ self-pay is also an option. The roads were paved leading to the campground, and were easy to navigate!
Not much going on in this little town, but this was a great stop over between Thunder Bay and Sault Ste Marie ON. - MerBee
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Price reflects Passport America rate, including tax. Campsite was decent enough with fire ring and picnic table. Noise from highway and trains. Bathrooms seemed like they hadn't been cleaned in a while. Water was almost scalding in the shower and you cannot control the temperature. Glad I didn't pay full price. - MSSW
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Nice separation between sites with trees. Only 14 spaces. Good for overnight or bear hunting. Some highway noise. Small store. - suerover
Aug 2015 - $16.00
This is an adequate overnight stay. Price reflects the Passport America rate and US rather than Canadian dollars. We had site #1 so we were facing the highway and there was a lot of noise. It also seems that this site is well used by dogs. The showers in the unisex restrooms were moldy so we chose not to use them. 15 amp service was sufficient for our use but we monitored carefully. We were able to get satellite TV in our site. Internet was free for 24 hours and worked. However, it was slow in the evening. The staff were very friendly and helpful. - Summer Minnesotan
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Stayed in Area 1 best for larger rvs especially with slide outs.Access to sites all over park is scary as the dead trees along the roads can easily rip into your roof or sidewall.Like all parks in Ontario roads are not very wide for todays bigger rvs and the parks wont do any cutting of branches.Turns at the end of each road too tight as well as trees too close at many sites Beautiful sight when weather is good but cold when not sunny. - too tall
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is nice little provincial park on the shores of Lake Superior. We reserved online, yet had to re-register upon arrival with the person at the kiosk asking all the questions that I had answered on the online registration form - such inefficiency! Waterfront sites are quite wonderful, though tend to be quite windy. Sites one row back from the water are better suited for sitting outside and having a campfire. And if you enjoy late sunsets, this is the place to be in June when sunset is after 10:15pm. There are laundry facilities (wash $1.50, $2.00 dryer). Fill up your freshwater tank at the dumpstation as you cannot attach a hose to the water spigots through the campground. And good luck finding the location of their garbage cans. Rogers but not Bell has phone service within the park. The Lookoff Trail provides a nice view of Lake Superior. I don't remember the price, and am unable to submit this review unless a price is given, so the $30 campground fee likely is an error. - driftdiver1
Jul 2015 - $38.00
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. - too tall