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Ferris Provincial Park, Campbellford

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  • We went with another couple for the long weekend. Our site was large and we were able to set up fairly easily despite the moderate slope.Oue friends site was fairly wet and a bit on the small side but...  more »
  • Great park lots of sites to choose from Very quiet the night we stayed Washrooms were very clean and in great shape  more »
  • 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 »
  • One shower for the campground. Pot holes galore. No swimming allowed. Sloped and rocky site. Fishing is best with a boat. Not a park I'd recommend highly. There are many better parks to camp.
  • We only did a day visit for the hiking trails so cannot comment on camping facilities. Trails are not bad but could be better maintained. Perhaps widening of the trails to reduce risk of contact with ticks and poison ivy. Some of the trails were so overgrown that it was difficult to know if you were heading in the right direction. Otherwise, many sites along the trails were well marked and very informative. More of the parks need to do this.
  • This place is a great small campground. The trail is nice and marked with different tree species which is great if you love trees as I do. The suspension bridge is neat and the town is really close in case you forget something. Check out the cheese place and the chocolate factory in Campbellford.
  • This park is nothing more than large cleared areas in the bush. Most sites are muddy. There was evidence where vehicles had been stuck in the sites. The roads are very potholed and dusty. There are 150 site and only one shower for men and one for women, and it is quite the hike up a hill to get to it. Although the park is situated on the Trent River none of the sites have a view of it. The only access to the river is a very tiny boat launch area. Not good for swimming. We couldn't fill our fresh water tank since our rig doesn't allow gravity feed. I would not recommend this park.
  • The trails are easy to walk. Recommended people to walk trail which is at the side of cliff (muddy @ rainy day). It's safe because it's fences along the edge of cliffs. In the park, there's lookout that is near the falls. And please ¬°Don't climb out of fence and try to stay on river bed! Because the water level would be raised up fast suddenly in anytime. (Well, suggest applied little bit repellent who's allergy to bugs. So many mosquitoes now in the park and area close to river.)

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