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5 RV Parks near Sturgeon Falls, Ontario
Jun 2018 - $60.00
We stayed one night but would definitely stay there again. The hosts were extremely welcoming and helpful. - The Travellers
Sep 2017 - $44.00
This is a very nice KOA, with facilities for adults, as well as children. It is a pretty setting on the river with a small dock and access. Sites are a little close together, unless you manage to get one of the end ones, like we did, but are level and grassy: a mix of back in and pull through. Washrooms are good but there are only 2 unisex ones (plus a couple in the office) so could be a queue at busy times!
There is a big grassy area over the little inlet that the campground is situated on which was great for exercising our dog! The owners are incredibly friendly and attentive and make you feel very welcome. - The Pulfs
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Overnight on the way to the East -- pulled in late in the evening and left early in the morning. The shower is in the clubhouse and is quite a walk from our site. The mosquito situation was really really bad, but obviously it is not related to the park. I heard they had a really wet spring. - Htt_AB
Jul 2011 - $25.00
We stayed here one night on our marathon drive from Montreal to Michigan. We only wanted a place to pull off the road and sleep at and that is about what we got here. The clerk was very nice and helpful even lending us an adapter since they only had 15 amp service. The other campers appeared to be construction workers in the area. The water had a very bad smell and since there was nickel mining in the area, we did not use it in our tanks. Sites were behind the motel on a grass field but ours was fairly level. You get what you pay for. - WinnebagoTraveler
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We stayed for one night with a spot on the beach. It was a tight fit for our trailer but worked out well. The campground is mostly seasonal. Didn't feel too welcomed by fellow campers there. Not sure we would stay more than one night. Sites are extremely close together. Friendly owner though. - spanielrage
Sep 2015 - $32.00
We were put in a cramped space with campers close on both sides. The "view" was of the garage and workshop. Dogs and children were running loose. The park had a Labor Day celebration for families that turned into a drunken party for adults. Our site was 20 meters from a pavilion in which a loud, drunken card game is still going on at 1a. The owner is nowhere to be reached. I will be demanding my money back for this experience. - Bill V3
May 2013 - $39.00
We stopped here on opening day of the season. The owner was very honest that 70 sites were seasonal, 20 were for overnighters, and the rest cabins and tents. It's nice they keep openings for overnighters. The lakefront is beautiful, but sites are all seasonal. The owners were very nice. The Wi-Fi was sooo fast - very good and bathrooms weren't THAT bad. Again, we were here before all the seasonal. I would recommend it for an overnight. - chillyvt
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Rate in Can $, including taxes. Fairly spacious site 1 with water, 30A and sewer. Trees for shade. Can choose open grassy sites backing onto the lake with 15A for same price. Showers very small but fairly clean. Toilets not easy to flush, and often weren't. Many seasonal but quiet and relaxing place to stay a few nights. Good gravel road in. 11kms to Verden(laundry) and about an hour to North Bay. - Darleen
Jul 2012 - $35.00
This is a very clean lakeside camp ground on the west arm of Lake Nippissing. It is owner operated and shows in the hospitality and effort. There are many seasonal users who were quite friendly. Water front sites have water and sewer only. Many of the full service sites have excellent views of the lake. All grass. The campground caters to fishing enthusiasts and provides boat rentals on site. Recreation is water based with rafts bikes and floats. We will return. - RV Berries
Jun 2018 - $45.00
YIKS ...... tight tight tight. Few good options around North Bay On. On the upside .... your in town .... no wilderness camping here.
This campground is a tight loop around back of a Motel - reminiscent of 1970's camping, roads are tight - and that's with a TT / or 5th - how a large MO could fit would indeed be a challenge. We have stayed at this CG MANY times (thus the only dated pic's from about 20 years ago). The power was on again off again - my brothers site and 1/2 the CG went out overnight - and they sweltered in their MO (class C - 28 feet). Lucky we remained with power - different breaker I suppose. We have been with a 21 foot TT, 28 foot TT, 32 foot TT and a 34 foot 5th - all do-able - but its a challenge. Power as I recall is 15/20/30 amp.
Mosquitoes can be horrid, fish fly's can be a problem as well / they coat EVERYTHING.
Your in town so take a walk about --- BTW if there's an incoming TT/5th etc and your on the way out the loop in/out is around the side of the motel - someone's going to have to give way.
Would we stop here again ...... NO, power (as demonstrated is not reliable - read OLD CAMPGROUND), sites are very tight (5th and MOHO stay close to the Motel - open end of the loop). Our trips now include "not" stopping here. But having said that it is perfect for someone that wants to stay IN TOWN. - Medic73