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Rondeau Provincial Park, Morpeth

(3.3/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • A small wilderness area that's usually quiet. Great to see turtles, small wildlife. Best time to see mammals is dawn and dusk. Extensive marsh is good for viewing turtles and frogs, herons, eagles and...  more »
  • Rondeau is a very strange setup. The peninsula seems to be a Ontario park that is also shared with local cabin owners and a trailer park. Because of this it can be a bit confusing to explore at first....  more »
  • It looks to me like things are a way out of hand in Rondue Park. I traveled far to come see this beautiful park. Wow was I surprised to find all these cottages in park? Wow again when you look to see ...  more »
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  • Campground is very open with little privacy. A lot of campsites for the number of showers. Expect a wait. The beach is endless. Flies are a common pest in August,devouring legs and ankles. Rondeau Bay is a huge bass pond. Pike are common. Long flat bike trails
  • This is truly a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the surrounding nature, beaches, family reunion pavilions, bbq, camping, fishing, boat launch, wind and kite-surfing, walking & biking trails. Indeed a gem of a place right here in our very own Chatham-Kent!
  • Great walks. Sites are open but fairy large. Staff was very friendly.
  • A so so experience. Most of campsites are in full sun and fire cannot be moved to change their location. no other tree is planted to replace those who were uprooted. the full bins were not collected during our week and the smell was awfull. Bathrooms were not that clean and disgusting during weekend. Our showers were with one button without the choice of temperature.. Hot was the only choice... Nice while it's 35c outside. Not a good place to fish from the shore.The young park employees were great. Great Grocery store 20 min out from the camping. You need a gazebo because of mosquitoes. 70% humidity all the way and high heat. Don't want to come back again.
  • This is a beautiful provincial park. They have many walking a bike paths, a nice beach, and the camping is fantastic. This is a great park for both a day trip or enjoying for an entire week.