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Balsam Lake Provincial Park, Kirkfield
(3.8/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great facilities..the beach is sandy bottom and accomodates a lot of people..kayaks,canoes,paddle boats and water hammocks available.Fabulous farmer's market on Sunday of Labour Day weekend..Very peac...  more »
  • While it's not Algonquin, it has enough trees and privacy. The beach is big and gets crowded with young families. You can also rent paddleboards, kayaks, canoes and pedal boat. Even picnic shelter and...  more »
  • The beach is use at your own risk but very nice during the summer time. I just came back from an August weekend and there were virtually no bugs at all. We went once in oct and the mosquitos were ever...  more »
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  • Great place to get away to. Camp sites are pretty decent tho the routes within campgrounds are very narrow and not properly marked so you can get lost. The lake and beach itself are gorgeous.
  • We are avid Provincial Park campers. This trip we were pre fishing for a tourney, so we brought our tent instead of our trailer. The park & launch are great & well kept. The staff were are great, especially Anne, a woman who I encountered while she was cleaning a comfort station. I was only disappointed with some of the other campers who spoke rudely to staff and, in my opinion, had very entitled attitudes and blatantly expressed them via how they kept their sites, and how they left common areas. ( comfort stations, beaches, etc.). Staff can only do so much, and should not have to teach grown people how to be courteous campers. We will be back!
  • Awesome place... We had a fire ban but it didn't stop us. It rained a bit but that's just part of camping and the site was clean and the water was great... Only downside was that too many people were renting boats and they were lots of waiting time to get the next boat.. Recommend to get to the rental shop early...
  • Beautiful place to stay. Like the lake and camping site. Friendly staff. So many picnic benches. Definitely going back next year.
  • The park has nice facilities and the beach is very nice, the only issue I have is the one park rule .. 6 people max for most sites, I had 5 adults and 4 year old and a 1 year old, well guess what they count babies as a person and I was forced to get another site because my 1 year old made our group of 7.. very rude park ranger and did not care whatsoever that we drove for 2 1/2 hrs to stay for a week. tried to talk to the supervisor and nobody cared.. other than that its a nice place.