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Bonnechere Provincial Park, Killaloe

4.8
#307 of 780 in Parks in Ontario
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Bonnechere River Provincial Park is located along the Bonnechere River in Ontario, Canada. A 23km long section of the Bonnechere River, starting at the Algonquin Park boundary and terminating at Bonnechere Provincial Park, has been protected as a waterway provincial park. It is a "non-operating" park, meaning no fees are charged and no staff are present with only a few services offered.This scenic portion of the river is particularly suitable for canoe camping.
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  • Original. Beautiful site. The staff have a good knowledge. Entertaining. Good to go with kids. Departure every 15 minites. Reasonnable price.  more »
  • We went for our first long family week camping trip here and it couldn't of been better. The staff where super friendly and helpful. The activities where fun and the children loved the library tree. T...  more »
  • Canoe the Bonnechere river or round lake, nice sandy beach, beautiful campsites on the water. Well kept and quiet for all!  more »
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  • Love this park. The river is beautiful for kayaking. Fairly quiet park. Clean too.
  • Beautiful provincial park bordering round Lake. Done small canine available as well as traditional tent sites. There's a general store for supplies as well
  • I've camped at Bonnechere in previous years and always left happy. This year I planned to spend the May long weekend at Bonnechere but, due to flooding the park isn't opening until later in June. The Park staff were very accommodating and allowed me to modify my reservation to another park free of charge.
  • It's very neat and cozy. It's great for family
  • Great facilities, and clean beach. Swimming here is always awesome. 🏊