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Grundy Lake Provincial Park, Britt

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  • love Grundy lots of different fun to be had slippery rocks.. jumping cliffs... beach... canoeing... clean water... organized park events... biking.. Grundy is one of our favourites!  more »
  • We have visited Grundy Lake Park on August long weekend 2016. The park is very overcrowded at this time of the year. At night you will experience lots of noise from railway trains and from cars from h...  more »
  • This is a beautiful park located in Britt, Ontario. There are so many things to do such as hiking, biking, canoeing, birding, swimming, etc. I especially enjoyed the canoeing trip around the lake, whe...  more »
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  • Awesome scenic camp ground many bugs! Also quiet
  • Best campground ever. Been going for 30+ years love it!
  • My favourite provincial park, staff are always nice, park is clean, and the beach is the best! Would 100% recommend
  • Very clean national Park. Page camp sites are fun. They don't require much effort to paddle to, but offer a much quieter sure.
  • I loved this place. It was described originally to me as "not one of Ontario's premier campgrounds", but that doesn't mean it's not great! Small bears pretty much everyday walking in and around the campground, not immediately dangerous in my opinion, easily scarred away, don't leave food or garbage out, other simple tips as well. The jumping rocks were great, 3 different heights to choose from, the tallest being about 40-45 feet. They're at the campground that's beside Gut Lake, walk to the end. 3 different trails, each with their own great views. Definitely a place I'd go back to.