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.
May 2015 - $38.00
.Excellent camping park met friends spent the day beautiful. - upset seasonal
Sep 2013 - $44.00
We arrived late in the day (5pm) and were lucky to get a lakeside site. We camped in 216: and it was amazing. Beautiful views. Bring an extension cord as the power was over 75 feet away. Quite the drive but worth it. - Glory Bee
Sep 2010 - $46.00
We stayed in an electrical site at the far end of the campground (204). Make sure you bring an extension cord as the connections are a looonnngg ways away. It took a bit of work to get level. After all that it was a great place to stay. We over looked the water and that was gorgeous. It is a long way from everything so make sure you are stocked up before you go, otherwise you will have at least 30 minute drive to get things. We would definitely stay here again. - cdnoutback
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
Jun 2016 - $45.00
Very large and nice campground. Many long term units are in many of the shaded sites, but the large, open area near the pool is quite nice. The WIFI is terrible - anywhere in the park. The playground is large and fenced which is great. There are two pools, both nicely warm, a deeper one for adults and a 2-3' one for kids which was great. The splash pad was still being built. The roads to the upper area were steep and rutted but the lower roads were just fine for even the largest RV. - Waukenabogirl
Jul 2015 - $50.00
A long driveway in, which was very rough and bumpy. Dusty roads all through the park. No direction on where to park for registering, just a mishmash of cars parked, RVs trying to get in, and little kids flying by on their bikes. Wi-Fi was nonexistent at our site and often couldn't reach it in the office. Only 15 out of 160 sites had 50 amp service, and there were very few sites with cable. We will not return. - wallysmom
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