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Sharbot Lake Provincial Park, Sharbot Lake

Categories: Nature & Parks
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2.7/5 based on 40 reviews on the web
Sharbot Lake Provincial Park is a park under the auspices of Ontario Parks in the municipality of Central Frontenac, Frontenac County in Eastern Ontario, Canada.This recreation class campground has 194 camp sites, 178 of which are treed. In 2010 the campground hosted more than twenty nine thousand visitors, of which more than twenty six thousand were overnight campers. Although the park is on the northwest shore of Sharbot Lake, it is mostly along the shore line of the neighbouring Black Lake, having two sandy beaches on this latter lake.Ontario Highway 7 parallels much of the park.
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  • Where to start? Parked next to hwy 7 where transports hitting their engine brakes on right by our rental however the woman ranger threatening to fine us for talking too loudly. Really? 100 decibels fr...  read more »
  • We stayed in on site 194, which is listed as a walk in site, but really it just means your car can't be right beside your tent (it was 20 steps up to the tent site). The site was private, we picked it...  read more »
  • This park is right on Highway 7 so there is a lot of road noise. There is also no privacy for the electrical RV sites. The people next to us had an electric ATV for their kids which was very noisy...t...  read more »
  • Stayed at lot 73 with wife and our two teens. Spent 4 nights. Campsite was beautiful. Walked entire area including marked trails. Very very beautiful. We travelled with our shitzhu who loved the squirrels and chipmunks. They'd eat right out of my wife's hands. Had an issue with wet wood our first night. Park office quickly resolved our concerns and we were on our way. No issues with any loud campers - which means we probably were too loud. Hopefully we weren't. No complaints. Already planning our next adventure back.
  • Beautiful provincial park with nice mix of camping options. We usually camp up on the ridge, as it's a bit more isolated and several premium sites are a bit more secluded from the madding crowd. Nice beach area, hiking trails. Shower/washroom houses down in main campground have always been clean.
  • Went there for the long weekend with our kids and was harassed by park rangers from the second we arrived. They drove by us every 3 minutes then complained we were loud-our kids were playing beanbag toss! Kids!! During daylight! As soon as it was 11pm they came by to tell us we were being loud-we had no music, no loud talking- playing chess by firelight and somehow too loud??? The park rangers were so rude, treated us completely unfair! I've never experienced such rude and unwarranted behavior by people that are supposed to be there for us! Landon Punchard was his name! Horrible person and should be fired!
  • A Good small park. Excellent swimming beaches, nice playground for kids. most sites are small but well kept. Well maintained bathrooms with showers, outhouses are also clean and in good repair.
  • Currently here at sharbot lake park, night 1 of 3. Had two warnings of "excessive noise" and we were already whispering. The next time the come by, they'll be handing over a $180 ticket. I guess we're not allowed to have casual conversation by the fire. Meanwhile highway 7 has transports cruising by super loud. The fire wood they sell is still green, we're having a hard time keeping it going. Park is nice enough. You can see the stars, that's cool. Anyway, they need to lighten up a bit think. Haven't had this experience before. Won't be coming back here. Just don't talk and your in the clear!
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