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Grundy Lake Provincial Park, Britt

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4.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • We enjoyed 5 days on site #332 (Poplar). A short walk to the beach. Would highly recommend renting a canoe (if you don't already have one) from the rental facility next to the Grundy tuck shop (right ...  read more »
  • We enjoyed our 1 week long camping experience @ campsite 743 - Jack Pine with a family of 5 (third week of Aug). While the campsites in Jack Pine were a little close to each other, privacy was great o...  read more »
  • This was our first time to Grundy. We were in Jack Pine campground. Site was nice size and staff were very friendly. Hiking trails were great! Don't travel here on a long weekend, as the beach areas w...  read more »
  • 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.
  • I got a ticket there my FIRST time going for "Unlawfully store wild attractants" or something like that so basically the Ranger gave me a ticket because he assumed he seen food everywhere on my table which in reality i only had boxes of cereal i left my campsite for 20 minutes and come back to a ticket and a whole load of attitude. I brought it up to the managers attention who then told me he couldn't do anything lol, One thing that i can say though is the manager told me they give people tickets because if a bear or wild animal comes to the campsite they usually have to be put down so explain to me why you would consider having a campground there to begin with if that means having to put down any wild animal that wonders into the campgrounds. this place is beautiful but it was also a major disappointment and i will never come back here again.
  • Nice park :) Beautiful lakes, beaches and hiking trails. The Outfitters down the road were great. We rented a canoe for 24 hours and they delivered right to our site, all for $37 total. Great people to deal with :) We also brought our 4 and 6 year olds to a few of the kids programs offered by the park and they were fantastic! My complaints would be that the roads are pretty narrow and full of big pot holes - not fun navigating through with a trailer! We were in the Jack Pine section, site 715. Luckily, our site was super nice. But, most of the sites around us were small and not very private. So pay close attention when you're booking a site! Last complaint is that there aren't any bike trails connecting the different campgrounds and amenities which meant we had to drive everywhere (through the pot hole-filled roads ;) Overall, we would probably be back, but not for a few years. There are so many great parks in this part of the world! I would prefer to go to KillBear PP not far down the HWY....sorry Grundy fans!
  • One of our very favourite places to camp in the Ontario Parks system. beautiful campsites, nice beaches and great programming for kids of all ages. This is one of the few parks we return to over and over again. Some backcountry sites available. Nice canoeing opportunities for beginners or folks looking to paddle for a short time. We've seen deer, beaver, bear, herons, golden eagles, loons in this park, and a moose just outside of the park boundaries. Close to the French River Visitor Centre and only an hour from Sudbury. If you are going for more than a few days, we recoemend a trip up the highway to the French River Provincial Park visitor centre, the French River Trading Post and - if you have time - a day trip to Sudbury to Science North and to see The Big Nickel. Note: Be very bear aware. The bears are very active in this park, all the time.
  • Decent campground. Balsam lake sites were too small though and had way more mosquitoes than the other areas. Rock jumping was great. Bear on our campsite one day - front desk didn't seem to concerned.
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