3 RV Parks near Sudbury, Ontario
Jul 2017 - $35.00
The park has a number of permanent units in various states of upkeep. Unfortunately the spring had been a wet one and the road in and sites had pooled water throughout. We were unable to use the sewer hookup as the water level was to the point that the sewer pipe was full to the top of the outlet. We used a working sewer dump on the way out. Water and electrical worked fine, and both were of good quality. Our one night stay was pleasant enough, the park was quiet at night. - Riptorn
Jul 2017 - $35.00
situated only minutes from Highway, but address shares a common entry with campground next door - make sure you take the right hand entry to get the GOOD rv park. Check-in is seamless and helpful, park is fairly quiet. A lot of seasonals/permanents so park is a bit like a war zone, although mgmt is trying hard to tidy it up. sites are gravel and grass but fairly muddy if it rans, which it did whike we were there, so getting to restrooms or laundry was a bit of a challenge. Strong wi-fi, poor tv reception. - flexitdriver
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Fortunately, we were only driving through and our stay was only overnight. Check in was easy and the clerk was friendly and helpful, although her directions to get to our assigned site were off target.
Earlier reviews are on target. Mostly seasonal campers with varying degrees of upkeep.
When entering the campground, you are presented with almost a common entrance with the next door campground. We didn't know which to take so we just turned right and that is how we ended up in this campground.
After talking to other campers, we apparently made the right choice as their experience was anything but good.
There is a resident flock of geese that leave droppings everywhere, which requires thorough cleaning of your shoes every time you venture out of the RV.
Water hook up was a test, as the hose had broken away from the wooden post that supported it.
If passing through this area again, we would not stay here again. - Lakewood90
Oct 2016 - $37.00
We needed a place for one night. It is basically a trailer park where people live full time. Very packed an close together.
There is a campground right to the right. Go there. Much more space and cleaner looking.
Owner was very nice. - Paige Taylor
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Advertised beach area very small and littered with duck/goose droppings yet children were playing there and in the equally nasty playground area. An area next to the shore was used as a dumping area for broken down camp equipment such as chairs, etc. Restrooms not kept up in good shape. Site next to ours was being used by departing campers as a sewage dump. - cmclark
Sep 2016 - $35.00
After six weeks travelling across western Canada and the US this was our final and by far worst campground. The lady at reception was rude and questioned why I needed a pull-thru site for our 38' fifth wheel. She told me they save them for "big rigs". We did end up with a pull thru but there was so much water on the ground around it you couldn't sit outside. If we had been able to sit out, we would have been a foot from the neighbor's sewer. The site was narrow, slanted and uneven. Roads were tight with potholes and not maintained. Our friends got to their site and found it occupied. They had to walk back to the office where the reception lady was more concerned about it not being her fault than getting them another site. She wanted them to walk back and let her know which sites were vacant. - Cathyhew
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Stayed one night. Park isn't highly technical - no email, no credit card machine, and had some challenges contacting them. They advised in advance that they were a cash-only place, so I was prepared for that. They had somewhat "lost" my reservation when I arrived. There is an EXTRA fee for dumping, which I did not know about - some sites appear to have sufficient location for grey water at a trickle, at least. Facilities are VERY old, but washrooms and showers were functional and as clean as possible. The lake looked very good. There were a few swings in the "playground" although one of the infant swings was missing a part. The park could use at least 1 more sign on the way in to advise you that you're on the right road. Appears to be mainly seasonal campers, and as such, we never felt truly "welcome". - Webbeyes