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Cape Croker Indian Park, Cape Croker

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  • It was my second time camping and my boyfriends first. The campground didn't offer much privacy between each camp site in the basic sites. Not every site had a picnic bench. We had to borrow one from ...  more »
  • My girlfriend an I visited the camp July 15-18th. I had booked the site 259 several months prior. We wanted an end lot so we didn't have people on both sides of us, not knowing how big the lots were. ...  more »
  • We stayed in the rough camping area of the park for 3 nights in mid July.There are 10 campsites right on the water that are beautiful although we were unable to get one .The main attraction is the fac...  more »
  • Nice place to camp. Older amenities, bathrooms are quite warn down. It's off the beaten path a bit so not as busy as some of the provincial parks. But if you are looking to camp and enjoy the quite of nature this is a great place. Bruce trail runs right through it as well for those who enjoy hiking.
  • Nice friendly staff and lots of natural points of interest and scenic views, but still has a boil water advisory in effect.
  • Love it !!! Always new and exciting things at this camp ground this year all new bathrooms...
  • If you are looking for a fancy campground then maybe this isn't the spot for you. But if you want beautiful scenery, not busy, rustic camping then Cape Crocker can be perfect! We love the grounds. We live nearby so we go as often as possible. Showers usually don't work properly and there isn't a store open 8/10 times so come prepared! The staff have been fine with us. Not overly friendly but not at all rude to us.
  • Laid back, quiet campingspace run by first nations people. The stuff welcomes you very friendly and answers all your questions even for cultural things. It is quiet, the campspaces suitable for tents and spacious. There are also some trails and viewpoints around you can drive or walk to as. Also the lake is in front of you with clear water to take a swim. Prices start from about 34CAD per basis campsite.