Wabigoon Lake RV Park Management excellent and friendly. No store or staples on site but within a mile are 2 stores.Site was excellent because it was level gravel with new utilities 30 / 50 amp. This is a small very clean park next to the highway. So you have large trucks for most of the night. They are on a grade and going up to the town so they are up or down shifting , slowing down or speeding up. At the southern boundary of the RV park are the train tracks and they blow their horn each time throughout the night. Very loud noise and rumble. Because of the train and truck noise the park rates 6/10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly and efficient. 10/10 for a very pleasant park. Showers are ultra modern and in the office building. Wi-Fi excellent if you take a pitch near the office. The park is right next to the TC and there is a rail-road near by as well. Sweet little under 9s playground at the park as well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice little park for only 18 sites. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. They have Wi-Fi at the park but it does not reach the pull-through site we were in but one can go the office and the Wi-Fi works very well there. There is also no cell service available at this park so you can't use your own wireless Telus modem. You are about 13kms outside of the nearest town. We walked down to the lake with our drinks and sat on the bench seat they have on the dock. It was a very nice setting. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an OK park for a one or two night stay. The only 'destination amenity' is a child's playground. Very easy access from highway and good access/internal roads. Sites (a mix of pull-through and back-in) are of generous length, level and well-graveled. Sites are not overly wide but each one does have lawn and most are separated by trees. The park is very clean and well manicured with nice flower beds. No security at entrance but we felt very safe nonetheless. Unfortunately, Canada's version of I-40 parallels the park less than 100 yards away. And somewhere nearby is a very busy 24-hours-a-day railroad. My rating would have been "7" (OK for stop-over) had the person who checked us in told us the water was not potable BEFORE we paid and got parked. Every faucet in the park carries a plastic tag reading "DO NOT DRINK THIS WATER." I suggest you check on water situation before committing to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well-maintained small park with easy access to all sites. Services were in good working order, and water pressure was especially good. Friendly staff. Road noise could be a distraction for some, but it calms down after sunset, and we were able to sleep through it. Others had no problem with road noise either. Wi-Fi available in office, and some were able to access at sites close to office. We used data stick which worked fine. We stayed here one night and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small fairly open campground on TCH between Thunder Bay and Kenora. Could easily miss the road to the campground if not looking for it. Good area to park to register. Owner friendly and efficient. Access roads within campground well maintained. Good large gravel flat sites all with full hook-ups including 50amp electricity. 50amp variable. Water pressure good. Quite a lot of noise from TCH. OK for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.