Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, Port Severn

#4 of 6 in Nature in Muskoka District
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park is located in Ontario near Georgian Bay on Six Mile Lake.Popular features of the park include hiking trails and three beaches. There is an abundance of wildlife, including walking sticks and five-lined skinks.
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  • Do the hike, get inspired with a little artfelt wander, rock sit and then jump in the lake :) Dog friendly! Maps available at the ticket office.  more »
  • We've camped most of Southern Ontario, this was our first visit to Six Mile, a great camping experience. There were plenty of water sites in addition to deep secluded sites which is difficult to find ...  more »
  • Gorgeous location off hwy 400 north of Barrie in Ontario, this park offers lakeside campsites, full facilities and hookups as well as safe swimming. Boating and fishing are excellent.  more »
  • Wow, what a beautiful park! It's a perfect size to traverse by bicycle and has tons to do. We camped beside the walking trail, which was quite a challenge with the rocky and uneven terrain but also provided some incredible views of smaller lakes (large ponds) back in the woods, and had a great experience. The facilities close to us were well maintained and all park staff that we met were friendly and very knowledgeable. We also rented a canoe, which was quick and easy, and spent two hours on the lake with it! It was so much fun and the views were breathtaking! All in all, this was one of the best provincial park experiences that I have ever had.
  • We visited in the winter, while it is closed, for some cross country skiing. Made our own trails and used the snowmobile trails. Cold, hardwork and absolutely gorgeous!
  • Campsites nice however so close to Trans Canada there is a drone of road noise everywhere we walked. Trails very poorly marked or blazed. Several places we had several possibilities from a clearing but no discernible route. Need better system for first come registration, many sites open and very few listed. Other Provincial Parks have staff early evening to assist.
  • This is a nice park with a large lake that allows for hours of exploration by canoe or kayak. There are some extremely nice camp sites, including some lake front sites. The down side of this park is not the park staff or warden's fault. It is the fault of the Provincial government and their lack of funding for Provincial Parks. Thus the nature center and its programs were not available. This is not how these parks should be treated. The staff was friendly and helpful.
  • The sites are fairly spaced apart and are natural enough to feel like you're camping in the woods. The lake is good and plenty big enough for boating and fishing. Lake is clean and good for swimming. The facilities are fairly clean and reliable. A couple outhouses..and are well....outhouses and smell like they should. I'd go back again.
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