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The water here is extremely contaminated. You cannot go swimming because of all the contamination. The water smells like death itself. due to this situation, they appear to have carved a bowl shape into the ground and used concrete to create something resembling a swimming...More
The camp site was nice and well shaded. They told us when we arrived the beaches were closed due to high bacteria. They should let you know this before you book your site. Then not only could we not swim in the lake, but then...More
Have to warn anyone wanting peace and quiet....Do not go on a long weekend!!!!!!! We arrived August long weekend, and omg it felt like all of Toronto was there!!!! Every site was taken.....and I am talking about 30-40 people gathering in one site!!!! So many...More
We had a group camping at site #903 - absolutely nice site with lots of trees for the shade and plenty of privacy even among families ourselves. There are 2 water tap onsite and a modernized vault toilet (still no flush/sink for washing hands and...More
The park was difficult to get to mainly due to traffic and a little on accurate sineage but once there the park was great. The little lake and the pool was great. Very clean and well maintained while leaving the feel of nature. Must go...More
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We stayed in the Heydon Way campground. It wasn't very forest like, a few trees separating camp sites and tall grass. We did visit people we met in the Rabbit loop, it had a lot more trees. The sites appeared small, good... More
We stayed in the Heydon Way campground. It wasn't very forest like, a few trees separating camp sites and tall grass. We did visit people we met in the Rabbit loop, it had a lot more trees. The sites appeared small, good for tent camping. We drove through Salmon run and it looked similar to Rabbit loop.