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3 RV Parks near Stonecliffe, Ontario
Jul 2018 - $38.00
The camp operators have done an outstanding job with this campground. one of them met us at the gate and immediately got us settled into our campground with excellent back-in instructions. The sites are level and spacious. There are trees and shrubs between sites for privacy. The comfort station has individual bathrooms, each with its own shower. Laundry facilities are in the same building. We loved the layout of the campground with a very large common area that leads down to and includes the beach on the Ottawa River. Other operators would have packed in as many campsites as possible close to the water, but the camp operators chose to keep it more park-like and maximized the common area. The end result is a lovely resort. We thought that if we ever become seasonal rentals, this place would top the list. There are motor boats available to rent, and were allowed to use the canoes and kayaks for no charge. We had planned to stay just one night, but extended our stay because we found it so lovely here and hope to return. - DaveAndJoyce
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Love this place! We have stayed here many times over the last 4 years and each time it just gets better!!! The owners are fabulous!!!! If there is anything you need they'll do their bestest to help you out or point you in the right direction. There is so much for the kids to do, and their Beach is beautiful and clean with lots of muskoa chairs for relaxing. Tons of walking trails. I could go on and on do yourself and family a favour visit Morning Mist! - Laura Symes
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here a couple of nights as we traveled across Canada.
Very nice grass spaces with hedges between each site.
A number of friendly seasonal guests in well kept units.
Lots to do, with a beautiful lakefront setting, Fishing Boating, Paddle Boats.
The owners were Very Pleasant and Accommodating.
We stayed here about ten years ago and the owners have made many improvements over the years. We would stay here again. - happyflyer
May 2018 - $30.00
It's a little tight in spots ... highly recommended. This is a fishing / camping not GLAMPING stop. If you don't like a little dirt on your tires this is not the spot for you. - Medic73
Aug 2017 - $56.00
Lovely park just off the highway. Had a pull through site 75. Great privacy for a pull through. Nice trails to hike. - Lisa OK
Sep 2016 - $41.00
Just a wonderful park and one of our favourites. Two parts to this park so you can elect what suits your family best. There are unserviced sites either on or adjacent to the Ottawa River with beautiful sand beaches and a clean restroom/shower house in the Ottawa River East or West campgrounds. There is also Brumm campground which is heavily treed and private with 30 amp electric. Almost all of the sites in Brumm are level pull throughs long enough for the longest rig and towed vehicle. The only inconvenience in Brumm is there is no separate shower house for this area so you must either use your own, unhook to drive, or face a long walk or bike ride. Potable water fill and dumping station on the way into the park. Water spigots throughout.
Absolutely all the best of Ontario camping. - Smasma
Jun 2012 - $47.00
This Provincial Park was disappointing for me but has the potential to be very good. The best sites in the park are at the lower level along the river. Most aren't big enough for 5th wheels and motor homes and none have electricity. The sites higher up have virtually no view of the river and are way overgrown. These have electricity but the electric posts are so far away from the site that an extension is need. I rented one from the park and it and my regular cord just barely reached the post. Many of the pull-throughs are among the most unlevel sites anyone could imagine and the tree limb growth scrapes the top of any rig taller than 10 feet. There is no Wi-Fi, no store or no services other than firewood. If you have a tent, a pop-up, a B-van or a small camper, getting a site on the water may be rewarding for you as the views are nice. To be a really good park, much tree work is needed, the electric posts need to be moved closer to the site, the pull-throughs leveled and maybe 25% of sites along the water having electricity would be the steps to take. - exportman