3 Parks near Silver Islet, Ontario
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Silver Islet. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Silver Islet in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $41.00
Like the other reviewers have said, this campground is about 35 km off of Hwy 17, but well worth the trip to it. It is a huge campground with quite a few sites on the lake. The 200's sites are best suited for MH's but there were many other sites that would also be acceptable, they just wouldn't be on the lake.
If you are using electrical be sure you have at least 75' of power cord as the outlets are spaced between two sites and can be a long ways away from your unit.
They have a very nice Visitor center with canoes, kayaks, and bikes available for rent. There is a beautiful sand beach. Besides the lake, the main attraction in this park is the numerous hiking and biking trails. Some short, some very long and difficult (Sleeping Giant).
The park is so nice we seriously considered staying an extra night, but just couldn't fit it into our schedule. We will definitely return to this park.
About 12km before the park is a road that goes to the Lake Superior Thunder Bay overlook. Warning, do not attempt to drive on this road with anything bigger than a car. It is a winding, steep and pothole filled road, but the view at the end is worth it. - cagvc
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is a remote park on a peninsula near Lake Superior. It is a fair distance from the Trans Canada Highway, but a nice park with lots of areas for hiking. Campground is narrower. RVs fit in the 200 area at the far end, with some campsites having a view of the lake. Campsites on the upside of the lake have a view of trees that are mostly dead from about 8' down, so even though you have privacy, it's not ideal to look at. We were here in September and the roads and trails get fairly muddy. The beach area is pretty and the only place we could get wifi. You can bring your portable there to get good cell reception with pleasant scene. - JBick
May 2015 - $38.00
.Excellent camping park met friends spent the day beautiful. - upset seasonal
Oct 2016 - $32.00
Nice large park. Stayed one night. Very few people here since park closing in a week. Nice places to walk nearby. Very cute cabins available to rent too. Large pool and little water park. Large playground for kids. - Paige Taylor
Jul 2016 - $52.00
Very busy campground. There are many seasonal campers. Some sites were cluttered and some were very neat. The staff was very helpful. We noticed a lot of planned activities for the campers. We stayed in this park to visit with friends in the area for a few days. - pasco1215
Jul 2016 - $54.00
KOAs are not our first choice, as we are two adults traveling months at time in a big rig. We generally are not seeking the family-friendly amenities at a KOA. And generally we find that they are overpriced, for our requirements.
However, in some cases, they are the only campground with big rig sites (50 amp).
That said, this is one of the nicest ones we've been in. The big rig sites were well laid out and more than adequate in terms of length. They were satellite friendly, and level.
The folks were very nice here, the location convenient to the highway.
We even broke down and played putt-putt golf one afternoon! - MerBee
Sep 2015 - $37.00
Sites were not cleaned regularly. Noisy campers and barking dogs were not controlled after hours although the day employee was excellent and visited offenders. Entrance road is very rough with large holes in pavement. - camperme
Jul 2006 - $23.00
This campground lies on the north side of the city right on the Current River. Right off the Trans Canada Highway. It is in the middle of a boreal forest so there is abundant shade everywhere. Site are spacious but bring along adapters and extension cord as electricity is in odd locations. One section appears to be getting a 30amp upgrade with water at convenient plugs. Some sites could use levelling. Good TV reception of local channels. On site manager friendly and efficient. City crews do a good job maintaining we always saw them working during the day. Beware of Bears though, as they can visit at night. Falls are great for wading (they are only 3 feet high max) in dry weather. Watch out after rains though. Trails to Cascades in one direction and Centennial Park in the other. Not very crowded during mid week but people we did meet were pleasant. - cakehead