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Emily Provincial Park, Kawartha Lakes

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2.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Emily Provincial Park is located in Kawartha Lakes. Use our Ennismore family vacation planner to visit Emily Provincial Park on your trip to Ennismore, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Established in 1957, Emily Provincial Park is a recreational-class park on Pigeon River in the Kawarthas near Omemee that spans 83.37 hectares. The park is notable for camping, fishing, and boating. L...  read more »
  • Emily park is a very large area,The campsites are very big and private.The park is very clean and the showers and washrooms were also very clean.The beaches were also very well clean. 
  • This park has everything you need; literally. Not only do they have showers, bathrooms, campsites, and swimming areas? They also have a general store, a rental area (for paddle boats, canoes and the l...  read more »
  • Dont waste your good money on this park for a place that has been around since 1957 im not impressed that we still have outhouses no lighting. They also allow rvs to block roads dumping waste waited over a half hr to get back to my campsite. Save your time and good monies and pick another park never again will i visit emily park
  • Been camping here since 1982 with kids. Now kids camp here. Love the park. Clean, beautiful park, friendly staff, fun swimming. Close to Linds or Peterborough. Lots to do in the area. I recommend this park to everyone. You can't please everybody.
  • I camp here almost every year, and enjoy having a consistent campground that always suits our needs. Nice sites for tents, though some of the RV sites are very open/no privacy. Beaches are small but nice, and rarely busy. Fishing is good, plenty of sun fish and bass around. Nice quiet little park.
  • The park is not big and there isn't much to do there. There is a nice South beach, however - it wasn't crowded on the weekend and the water was okay for swimming (quite a bit of seaweed but warm). There were very little pesky mosquitoes, so that's a huge plus. Comfort stations are very well maintained (flush toilets, aaah..). 10 mins drive from a hamlet of Omemee, which has Foodland supermarket and LCBO just across the street - very convenient.
  • Weather was not on our side...torrential rain this past weekend so unable to fish or swim. Cedars campground site was small and the bathroom closest to us was foul, you had hold your breath. There should be some lighting in the stalls....children were afraid to have the doors closed. The mens toilets had no seats! Guess the guys can't sit down!! The comfort station is too far away from Cedars ...there should be one closer. The trailer dumping station was so busy they blocked off the entrance road to our campground with their trailers and RVs and refused to move making many cars go through the road the wrong way.... We will try other parks and not be returning.
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