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.Use our Port Severn trip itinerary builder site to visit Six Mile Lake Provincial Park on your trip to Port Severn, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Six Mile Lake Provincial Park Reviews
Dan KSeptember 17, 2017
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 »
Nancy DAugust 16, 2017
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 »
Teara SAugust 3, 2017
One of the best camp grounds in the Muskoka area (and we have been to several). We love the space of the sites, friendly staff, daily/nightly activities for the kids, and clean. The only thing we do n... more »
Kelsey RoesJune 26, 2017
Had a great time. We stayed on site #51 and it was an amazing site right on the water! Split level site though which some people might not like but it added some privacy to the site that we liked. Expected the smaller washrooms to be outhouses but they had flush toilets and sinks which was awesome! We could hear the highway from our site but it didn't bother us at all - if you're particular about that you might want to try a different park. David Milne trail is an awesome hike! Hoping to be back one day!
Eric OlsonJuly 4, 2017
A great spot except.for the noise. The campsites are near highway 400. The staff make a lot of noise with the beach grooming equipment starting at 7:15 am. There is currently heavy construction in one campground. Two people beaches and one pet beach. Great swimming and hiking. Kids will love the store and playground. The main road is paved which is great for bikes. Water craft rental is handy but a bit pricey. The showers have been improved. Currently, 3 out of 4 washing machines are broken.
Topaz GooldMarch 21, 2017
The only issue was the bugs and the unit steep climb for the lakeside campsites to return to the main path and get to the washrooms. We rented a canoe and paddled it with our bags to our campsite, I think I personally spent more hours in the canoe than at the site itself. My boyfriend said the site was great. The views were amazing at times and the lake was perfect for paddling, hardly even a wind at all. Lots of families everywhere, which isn't our thing but the lakeside campsites offer a large degree of privacy and quiet if you are vacationing without kids. We brought our dog as well (and her life jacket) so she was able to go swimming at will and in the canoe with us too. She found it very exciting and tried to pounce on the buoys in the middle of the lake a few times. The staff was great, the store was fully stocked and we were right at the tail end of summer before the long weekend so it was mostly regulars not partiers in terms of the other campers. The RV sites looked nice and spacious and the washrooms were clean and had very little smell. Looked very new and they are in these wooden frame as structures that are wheelchair friendly. Basically it's a great site, grab your dog and your partner and go chill by the lake. You'll have a great time. :)
Ammar Al-QaraghuliJuly 5, 2017
Good provincial park. Paid around C$15 for day entry. We'll serviced place.
Devin JorgensenJune 27, 2017
Good mix of stuff to do at the park. Our site was a not at all as rated online through provincial parks booking system
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