Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $36.00
A large campground with many sites. Some of electric sites are just lined up in a row, and some are scattered in more secluded and larger sites. Most of the sites are in trees with shade. Some may fit larger units. There are many trails, a boat dock, beach, and a store. It was raining during our stay so we could not use all the facilities. But we would go back to explore more. Our site was level with view of lake. We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campsite right on the lake, very private and huge sites. Take a long extension cord, the hookups are far, be sure to note the distance when making reservations. This campground has lots of hiking trails and a wonderful restaurant at the general store; but, it is very far away from anything else. We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in the loop that had electric (site 208) for 5 nights. This is a fabulous campground with very large, private sites right on the lake. The sunsets were wonderful, and we had deer at our site a couple of evenings! We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Motorhome.
The loop with electric sites is fantastic -- most are very large sites with excellent privacy, and half are right on the shore of Marie Louise Lake. Very quiet at night with great skies for stargazing. We camped at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park in a Tent Trailer.