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Ferris Provincial Park, Campbellford

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • This is a hidden little gem located along the Trent River in Campbellford. It is a nature friendly park with lots of walking trails. The bonus is the fact that it is close to town - about a five minut...  more »
  • Amazing trails for winter...snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Easy to get to and has lovely views of the Trent river.  more »
  • If you like camping and being very close to town,then this is the place for you.Campbellford is a small town that feed into about 35.000 people from surrounding area,with 3500 local.The place is clean...  more »
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  • The challange of the trails ranges from easly to quite difficult. The scenery is just immaculate! And the suspension bridge is a wonderful experience!
  • We thought we would really like this park because of it's proximity to Campbellford and the Trent Canal. However, we did not make the connection that a campsite at the very top of the hill (site #39) meant constant wind and pretty much full sun. It was blistering hot and we were unable to open our awning. To make matters worse, the power kept going out. We heard from other campers that the same thing was happening to them. Once again, the water access was a drive away from the camping area. Although, the drive down to the suspension bridge was worth the trip! We stayed the night and, for health and safety reasons, moved on to another campground where we could get into the shade. Will not likely return to RV camp. Many nice looking [shaded/wooded] sites for tent camping, though.
  • Very unplanned provincial park. Only One narrow winding path to the campsites to reach. Only one shower for the entire park of camsites (approximately 170 or so). Very inconvenient location. You have to drive through a winding single path to the shower and drive back. Spend atleast 12 to 15 minutes to drive to your campsite if you are located after 120 campsite. Facilities are just ok. Can not compare to other well maintained parks. Bathrooms are clean.
  • Well kept and maintained campsites, though not the best privacy. Campground was great.
  • Great hiking trails and pleasant scenery with decent facilities