Port Burwell Provincial Park, Port Burwell
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Port Burwell Provincial Park is located in Port Burwell. Put Port Burwell Provincial Park into our Port Burwell tourist route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Port Burwell.
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The site was clean, stayed at 225. Staff was very friendly as well. There were signs throughout the park which helped us navigate. Probably the cleanest washrooms and showers I have seen at a provinci... read more »
nice camp ground.only problem no water on sites. have to fill up tank before parking trailer and parking trailer near hydro it tough as fire pit is in the middle of the lot. park should relocate fire ... read more »
We have stayed at this campground many times and always have a good time. It can get a little noisy at night on the weekends, but we still have fun. The beach is a short car ride or high energy bike r... read more »
A nice beach and the dog beach is probably one of the best in the area. The water is fairy gradual entry so it is good for kids. Some areas near the dog beach end have lots of water plants and mussels but near the main day use areas it isn't an issue. The sand isn't as fine and soft as long point but it is good sandcastle sand. There is a nice picnic pavilion in the parking area. Washrooms are clean enough.
Great time. Wish it was longer :-( We took my 16 year old (diabetic, almost blind and deaf) bischon cross and he seemed like he fit right in!! He's never been away or on vacation ever lol. We took him to the doggy beach and I took him into the lake. That's the first time I've ever taken him for a swim (he hates baths so I thought he'd start yelping but didn't!)!!
A huge park with many sites. We stayed on 96. Pretty good privacy between sites. A nice trail to beach but really far! The beach is one of the better sand beaches but is about a half hour walk from the campground. Bring bikes!
Beach was a little too natural in our opinion with dead wildlife here and there and not really a place where you would want to lay down your beach towel. The designated dog beach however was good as far as dog beaches go. The Iroquois campground around site 220 has suffered with the emerald ash borer leaving many dead trees so not the pretty campsite it apeared to be on the online reservation. Pleanty of beautiful sites in other areas of the park however. Staff were efficient and friendly and actively dealing with another camper that was obstructing the road. The town of Port Burwell looked a little bleak with many permanently closed businesses. We have pleasant memories here from an earlier trip but unfortunately will consider other provincial parks in future and leave this one to the true naturalists ;)
Great fun. You get to go to their beach also and experience a fun soak in the sun and it's next to the nicest city. The staff here are super helpful to tell you what kind of stuff you'll need. Great people and great sense of humour too I might add
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