Craigleith Provincial Park, Blue Mountains
(2.7/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Campsite was bigger than we thought, we fit our 28' motorhome no problem. The Park Warden was extremely helpful and polite...they were setting up for a Halloween event, trailers and sites were setting...  more »
  • This place is remarkable. It is a small campground with sites very close to the water. Closer than many parks along Lake Huron. It is well maintained, the staff are excellent, the store is well stocke...  more »
  • We stayed here from Friday to Monday. We have a 14' travel trailer and found it fairly difficult to park the trailer. The roadways are narrow, the camp sites are small and the openings narrow. We noti...  more »
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  • Horrible experience. The campsites are very close together and no privacy. Be prepared to be harassed by some of the park "security". Our group was 3 guys who stayed the weekend to go mtn biking. We were quiet and kept to ourselves. The security came by the next morning and told us there was a noise complaint and we are being asked to leave before our checkout time. Their security are super strict so don't bother cracking a beer or strumming a guitar cause that will get you kicked out!!! Never going back.
  • The crash of the water on the famous shale shore successfully drowned out the highway most of the night. The ground was hard - bring sleeping pads or foam is my advice. The campsite was a decent size, the store nearby was well stocked with essentials, souvenirs and grocery staples. There's a playground, horseshoe field, bike/hiking trails across the highway and lots of beaches to explore (including a dog beach!). Nice and close to Wasaga Beach which is the world's longest fresh water beach, Collingwood and other local sites. Craigleith makes a perfect launch site to go exploring in the south Georgian Bay Area.
  • One of the worst provincial parks I've been to. And I'm a big fan of the provincial parks in general. It's narrow as hell, so you can't escape the noise of the highway that's RIGHT BESIDE IT. The campsites are way too close, with not even a bush barrier between them. The park authorities are way too strict, even in off-long-weekend visits - come on, I'm 45 years old, I put my beer in a cup so it's not obvious or influential, but you gotta pull up and be like, let me see what's in your cup? No other park does that. Use some discretion, for crying out loud. And the best part? They tell my friend (there's four of us adults, and four little kids that have gone to bed) that he's laughing too loud after 11pm. I'll never go back. I'd rather pay a premium for a local private park with a better location and better staff. Trust me, you'll be much happier if you do too.
  • Don't come here if you are looking for isolation or quiet. We use this place to park the trailer and go on day trips to Collingwood and the surrounding areas including blue Mountain village and wasaga beach. It's way cheaper then paying for a hotel. There is great swimming off the rocks and when the water is lower which isn't the case this season you can walk far on the shore. If you bring bikes there is a trail all the way into Collingwood. Stay here and save money while doing day trips.
  • Location is great and has the added plus of not being one of those tacky private sites in Wasaga which are basically open fields. BUT, the sites have zero privacy. Even the ones rated with average privacy have zero privacy. At least one of the adjacent borders is basically open to one of the other sites to the point it's not always clear where one site starts and one ends. As well, where they put the fire pits doesn't take the neighbours space into consideration so tents are normally against pits. There are some trees separating but mostly younger trees. Sites are not well kept. I don't really know who to blame for this. But there are plastic bottle lids strewn about in the dirt and in the few bushes between the sites there were empty mcdonalds milk bottles. i picked up the ones that were left in the fire pit, really who would do that!!!, but I didn't want to crawl into the bushes to pick up the mcdonalds bottles where they probably peed. Also there was a lingering smell of pee. The bathrooms were medium dirty, like a beach front bathroom on march break. The waterfront sites have a FANTASTIC view but the water is loud and it is windy. I wouldn't have minded the water sound but after a day at wastage, man, I don't know how the folks in those sites managed the wind. they were on top of each other too. there was a bit more privacy on the back end though. The sites furtherest away from the water listen to the highway all night. As well, it's a noise controlled site but that didn't stop jerks showing up late running their air mattress pumps and hammering in their spikes to the a bleeding bright car engine light. There is a playground, the kids liked. There's no where to wash dishes. i.e. the sites are too tight to pour and no designated area. so you're basically pouring out on your site. sites small too. great for family groups i guess. Staff at the desk were nice. the guards strolling through in bullet proof vests was a bit off putting. If I could give a 2.5 I would.