Trip Planner: Canada / Ontario / Muskoka District / Port Severn / Nature / Six Mile Lake Provincial Park
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.To visit Six Mile Lake Provincial Park and other attractions in Port Severn, use our Port Severn holiday planner.
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busy provincial park with beach and playground for kids. good fishing in six mile lake which the park abutts to. more »
We come here frequently and feel at home in this beautiful park with friendly, helpful staff. The location is great for us, only 1 hour from home. There are many types of sites ranging from very priva... more »
This is a really nice, small Provincial Park that's usually packed with families. It's far enough away from major cities that it gives the illusion of being deep in the forest yet close enough that if... more »
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. :)
Beautiful lake, lots of kayaks and canoes to rent, great staff ! (Better row quick to avoid the bugs)
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. :)
My family comes here every year for the past 6 years or so on civic long weekend and we have never had any issues what so ever. It's a great place to swim, hike, and be outdoors.
Great place to camp. Clean beach. Large lake and canoe rental available.
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