Sibbald Point Provincial Park, Georgina

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  • Small park that has just the right amount of beach/ sand and by the water. you have a big panoramic vista of the horizon. Nice break a 1.5 hour drive from Toronto, there isn't much in the town of Jack...  more »
  • They says there is a noise restriction. None that I seen!. It was noisy and the sites were dirty. There were kids screaming til after 10oclock. Awful!  more »
  • Very nice park with beautiful campsites. The problem is that it is overpopulated. Especially on weekends, we saw many sites with 10 and even 12 people when campground's regulations say that is maximum...  more »
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  • A great provincial park here in Georgina. Clean and well run. Affordable and close to Toronto. Lucky to have it in the community. Be sure to come to our car shows Saturday nights during the summer months at the Georgina Ice Palace.
  • Clean and well maintained. Great family park. The water was wonderful and the picnic area was clean and well maintained. It was very busy on a Sunday and people just kept trickling in even at 6 pm. There are a few covered picnic areas and but those were already taken when we got there at 8am. There are a few picnic tables and benches but those get monopolized quickly so get there early. Bring sunscreen- there's some good tree coverage but also a lot of sunny areas.
  • I love this park! My parents and I have been coming here for years now, and it's never disappointed. The park staff are great and you constantly see them driving around, cleaning up and generally patrolling, so everything is clean and you feel nice and safe. The sites are well maintained as well, and since they've made even more areas radio-free, it's even lovelier and more quiet and relaxing.
  • Very well traveled park with large sites with surprising good vegetation for coverage between sites. Negatives - some unaccustomed visitors was dishes with fresh water supply faucet and cut trees down to burn. Wash basins and buy wood people!
  • Great place. Just like with all great places, it's very busy. I was there on a very hot weekend, so maybe it was an anomaly to how busy the beach was. The lineup to get in stretched out into the regional road, and greatly obstructed traffic for passers-by. Perhaps a more efficient way of selling permits at the gate should have been implemented, or simply have more staff. I noticed a lot of people had lengthy questions about the park, which greatly held up the line. Perhaps a secondary stop after buying the permits for people with questions would have sped things up. I was there for overnight camping. I waited nearly 40 minutes in line to get the permits, even though I had a reservation. Self serve kiosks would be a great idea for extremely busy days (I know the union would oppose). The site was decent, but not a lot of grass. Electric supply was very far from site, could not reach our camper. We had to move the camper to the opposite side of the site, awkwardly close to the fire pit. The site had a lot of vehicle noise since it was right next to a major park road, which wasn't stated in the conditions. I do, however, like how their site generally advises of irregular conditions (ie: above average pedestrian traffic). Just like any provincial park in Ontario, it is all very well maintained, with friendly staff. The comfort stations are fairly well maintained given the traffic. Beach was very nicely groomed in the morning, with great swimming terrain for kids. It's shallow for days walking out.

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