Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, Port Severn
(4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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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  • We had originally planned to go to Killarney to hike the Crack to see fall colors but our plans got a bit side tracked. We decided not to go but then on a whim chose a less ambitious plan, to go to Si...  more »
  • We registered for "Learn to Camp" in Ontario parks and we were allotted this park. It is a small park with lot of fun stuff to do. The camp sites have very little to no privacy but that's expected in ...  more »
  • Went here during the summer holidays with the cousins. They did have a fair amount of programming for kids (Art in the Park, Snake Feedings, Insect Hunting). 2 Beaches, both on the smaller size but cl...  more »
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  • Spent one night here on one of the walk-in sites (#19). We didn't get to see too much of the park, but the parts we did see were quite nice. The boat dock area is great, and we actually managed to catch a couple small pike right there. Many of the campsites closest to the beach, dock, and camp store seem good but lack privacy. The walk-in sites, on the other hand, are very private, even from each other. We did hear some road noise from the 400 that night, but it wasn't too bad. All in all, we enjoyed our stay and will likely return. Tip: pay attention to the campsite descriptions when reserving, particularly the parts about ground cover and obstructions. When the description says the ground is rock, it really means that. For instance, we checked out site #20 at some point, and over half of that site was solid granite... still nice, but could make driving tent stakes a little difficult. :)
  • Awesome place to fish! Park is small, but nice. Only downside to mention is the bathroom situation. There's literally only two stalls for the entire park. There is an out house available if needed. Two boat launch docks with available parking. We got mostly for day use
  • It was a lovely campsite with lots to do and variety of facility. I visited during the civil day long weekend and the camp grounds were packed (only dropped by for day visit). Went for a 2 hrs hike, chilled on the beach and rented a canoe for 2 hrs. There's some great campsites right next to the water. You can even rent a canoe/kayak/paddle boat for 24 hrs and park on your campsite. Washroom was not the best as the campground was overcrowded. Great place for camping for a family.
  • The place is definitely beautiful and the lake is picturesque (though a bit shallow for enjoyable swimming), and would probably be great for small kids. But don't expect good (long) hikes... The only tail there is quite short, unless you wander outside the park on snowmobile trails.
  • Park was clean, staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Was mostly quiet while we were there, but watch out which site you choose as the 400 is only a few hundred meters away. We were originally in a 3## lot, and could see traffic on the 400 go by through the trees. However, having moved after the very first night (to a site further into the park, no sites were bookable online for the entire stay we had planned. Tip: wait in line first thing in the morning (7-7:30) if you hope to book a non-reservable site, at least during the busy season). The rest of our stay was much quieter. There are canoes, kayaks and paddle boats for rent in 2, 4 or 24 hour time frames at the park store, which also has many essentials, including fire wood for $7 /bag (fire wood cannot be brought in from outside due to potential introduction of Japanese beetles and other parasites) Fishing appeared good. There are at least 2 beaches open to people staying in the park overnight and one for day use. Overall good experience, not much that can be truly improved on since, no one is gonna move the highway.... Perhaps putting up some sort of sound wall along the highway where the park is located would improve noise pollution, but that would likely be unsightly.