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All reviews boat launch day trip long weekend suspension bridge only downside trent river close to town hiking trails chocolate factory provincial park five minute drive short trail washroom facilities great hiking large turtles nice spot on the rocks
Considering the inconsistency of Ontario Provincial Parks this one takes the cake.
Nice large well groomed sites and that's the end of the pleasantries.
One male and one female shower for hundreds of campsites. They can't keep them clean. There's crud in the corners and...More
This is a nice park. Our site and all the sites around us were in good shape. We didn't find it very buggy, even after a couple days or rain in mid August!
If you're reading reviews, you likely already know that there is only...More
The place was easy to find and there's a road directly to the parking lot above which makes it easy for those to access the hanging bridge.
Many go for the hanging bridge, but it's so so. The floor is see-through with skeletal metal frames,...More
Came to Campbellford, to hike and tour the town. While looking for place to hike, I discovered Ferris Provincial Park.
There are several different hiking trails. We did the Drumlin Trail which has a lot of deceiving hills. During the hike we came across this...More
This was our first time camping at Ferris. We loved the large, private site we reserved. We found the park very quiet, well maintained and we enjoyed the hiking trails. The suspension bridge was interesting and led to the town where we found an excellent...More
Visited Ferris with husband and teenaged daughter on June 29 and 30th. This is a great park to visit for the weekend - it is beautiful and right next to the town of Campbellford, so lots to do here for a weekend or long weekend....More
We started camping only a couple of years ago and where looking for peace and quit....we found it here. We love it, you can hike on different paths, or walk into town for breakfast or lunch.
We rented kayaks and paddeled along the Trent canal....More
Nice well maintained paths to hike, walked down near the river and sat on the rocks although afterwards noticed signs that recommended not to do so because of the dam. We only went for the day but they do have camp grounds.
We booked this park over the Canada Day holiday...very very HOT. Site had a spectaculer view, but very little shade.Park bathrooms and showers are very very old.Many people were lined up for up to an hour waiting for a shower. Ontario Parks needs to address...More
Response from 101Gargoyles | Reviewed this property |
I'm not connected with the park but as a fellow RVer I know that Ontario Provincial Parks normally charge for a day use pass to use all park facilities. Usually about $10 per vehicle. May as well take in the suspension... More
I'm not connected with the park but as a fellow RVer I know that Ontario Provincial Parks normally charge for a day use pass to use all park facilities. Usually about $10 per vehicle. May as well take in the suspension bridge while you're there. You can also check with your local sewage plant. Most if not all are free.
We also refer to a Web site called RV Dump Sites (Ontario).