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Selkirk Provincial Park, Selkirk

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  • Though small this park manages to squeeze two different experiences into its small boundaries. The first is a walking trail which would make you forget that you are just meters away from Lake Erie, an...  more »
  • We spent the Labor Day long weekend at Selkirk Provincial Park in Selkirk, On. This was the first time to the park and we were pleased at the size of the electrical sites. The beach was very rocky and...  more »
  • I was a bit skeptical when this campground was the only one with available sites for the long weekend. I booked only a few weeks ago for a group of friends and decided to come since there were no othe...  more »
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  • For us this would be a last resort destination if we can't find a place to go, but want to go camping. Sites are spacious but next to no privacy (as far as camping goes) meaning there are no tree's or forest, its just wide open. They do have both hydro AND water at the site which is always a nice to have and a lot of them are pull through as well. Facilities were so so, not dirty but not super clean. Beach is VERY rocky and small so unless your into fishing, its not a swimming beach by any means. There is a small hiking trail as well. We went here only because there was nothing available in this area for the Victoria day (we wanted 3 sites side by side). A great weekend and friendly staff but that's all.
  • Just returned from a two night stay. Site 135. Big site with 30 amp service AND water hookups. I think it's the only PP with that. The Beach is not great, very rocky and lots of seaweed. However, the park is full of mature couples during the week for a reason. Not very many kids because there isn't much for them to do. We like that. Only one comfort station might be a drawback for some. We travel with our own comfort. The beach at sunset is a stunning variety of pinks and blues and is a great picture. We will return. Wish it was open later in the season.
  • I visited for the day, checked out the campsites and the beach. The smell from the beach is horrendous. I would not swim in the water and I do not recommended it. However we did visit during a heat wave so that probably didn't help with the algae and seaweed. The campsites are okay, you can tell the campsite is meant for RV campers and older couples. I didn't tent camp because I didn't like the lack of privacy. I will visit again later on in the season.
  • We had a great long weekend camping at Selkirk! The grounds were very well kept and clean. Staff and rangers were very friendly and welcoming! We had site 24 and it was close to the bathrooms and water tap and was very private with lots of tree. The beach area was nice as well, rocky but lots of grass area and places to set up for a picnic lunch. Beautiful view across Lake Erie as well! If you're looking for a small campground this is a great one!
  • Just returned from a Labour Day camping trip with our 6 year old. Selkirk is a nice place for a family camping trip. Its a small park so easy to walk everywhere. The bathroom was clean and well kept. The staff are very friendly and available. The nature trail is about 2 km and an easy walk for children. Lots of nice large oaks and shagbark hickory plus a marsh to see. The beach is rocky at the shoreline which makes for some tricky walking for about 5 metres. Afterwards there is a nice shallow sand bar. Even though the park was full it didn't feel crowded. No lineups at the showers and everyone was spread out at the beach. The campsites are large and more than sufficient. We stayed in the radio free campground which is always much appreciated for the extra quiet. We would stay here again but with so many great parks to explore in Ontario it may be a while until we get to circle back. If you haven't visited though we would recommend Selkirk.