Craigleith Provincial Park, Blue Mountains

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TripAdvisor
  • This is a very small camp ground. When booking the website did say that last year many of the trees have fallen in a wind storm. However it did not say that it is parallel to a road that many cars and...  more »
  • This could be a great park, but the sites are small, not fully serviced, rude staff, and expensive for what it is. Not included in the already expensive price is a hefty administration fee. Talk about...  more »
  • My friends and I were in Collingwood to do some cycling, hiking and sightseeing and decided to book a campsite in Craigleith. Facilities were good, i.e. our area had full showers, washrooms and a plac...  more »
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  • Great park right on Georgian Bay. Like, our camp site was like 10 meters from the shore with clear views of the water. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful, the park was clean, and sites were a good size. The sites weren't very private, however, and I did find the road layout confusing, but I managed to find my way out every time. There also wasn't any hiking trails in the park, but you could go swimming and there was a playground for kids.
  • Visited 2 days after early spring opening, and with cool windy weather, we had some privacy. Scored a parking spot down at the water, and the roar of the waves drowned out the noise of the highway traffic. The tree survival rate is apparently low at this park, due to rocky conditions and no doubt a serious winter beating - with the sites left looking more like parking lot spaces, than campsites. Staff were friendly and helpful however $42 for an unserviced, less-than-pretty campsite is pretty steep!
  • We stayed here on the May long weekend. Park staff were great help and very friendly . Park is a small park but very nice. We stayed on a waterfront campsite it was a beautiful view however it was very very windy .. They do warn you about certain campsites not looking how they do in the photos due to a wind storm but please make sure you are aware.. Our site looked NOTHING like the photos however it was still nice . Sites are defentity not private .. Bathrooms are kept very clean as well. It is right off the highway, we had a waterfront campsite so we couldn't here the cars much but not to sure about the sites closer to the road .Prices are pretty high considering the park doesn't have to much to offer.. But It is a very close about 5-8 min drive to blue mountain and about 40 mins to Wasaga Beach. Overall we enjoyed are stay and would go back.
  • Before the town closed off the adjacent beach and parking, you were able to drive down and park at the beach and go for a swim. So much for freedom, because they closed it off and now you have to either park at the overcrowded public beach or go to the campsite. I have not been to the campsite, and may try it. It sounds better than the beach. I am sad that the town closed off the Rocky beach though. I do not know why they did this but I am irritated by it.
  • A small but beautiful park. It is especially nice during the fall season with the Georgian Bay waters providing a symphony of tranquility to go with the picturesque skies and scenery. One of my favourite parks.