Ontario Provincial Parks you've camped at

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  1. VikingGirl

    VikingGirl New Member

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    Here is my list so far:
    Sauble Falls
    The Pinery
    Awenda
    Arrowhead
    Grundy
    Oastler Lake - must love trains
    Halfway Lake
    Samuel de Champlain
    Kettle Lakes
    Finlayson Point

    Now that we have a newer to us pup: 14 years young vs 37 years old we plan on branching out to more northern parks. We loved Kettle Lakes and are giving Esker Lakes a try this year.
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    We love Oastler... after a couple hours don't even notice the trains...
     
  3. VikingGirl

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    The train is lovely to hear at night. I rather enjoyed it. For those who have trouble sleeping or getting back to sleep, Oastler might not be the park for them.
    Certainly it was quieter than Grundy as the night was filled with screams & blaring car horns as the park has having a huge bear issue the season we camped there.
     
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    Killbear Provincial Park, hands down my fav by a landslide. Been camping there with my brother in his trailer a few times. Killbear is one of the main reasons I bought my very first PUP this year. Booked a week in August and can't wait!
     
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    Which area in killbear is your favourite?
     
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    Beaver Dams
     
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