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Neys Provincial Park, Terrace Bay

(4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Neys Provincial Park Campground We stayed one night at this campground at the end of May 2016, breaking up a journey between Pancake Bay and Thunder Bay. We selected a barrier free site (#79) with 30a...  more »
  • Camped at Neys Provincial Park in August. We walked all four main trails, with the highpoint, (both literallly and figuratively) being the lookout trail. Blueberrys were in season and very plentiful. ...  more »
  • After seeing Lake Superior and Rainbow Falls Provincial Parks, this park seemed rather ordinary. This park has a beach (which had large dangerous looking waves When we visited) and little else to grab...  more »
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  • Multiple keen outdoor friends especially recommend this park, and it didn't disappoint. Although our driving route didn't allow us to stay here overnight it was remote, beautiful, and had nice hikes. Star watching here would be fantastic. Check out the information centre and the interesting exhibit on it being a prison for high risk of escaping Nazis POWs during WWII. Apparently the NFB documentary film Enemy Inside features this park.
  • Neys Prov. Park just west of Marathon on the east side of Lake Superior is another absolute 'gem' of a campground. Beautiful treed spacious sites, endless sand beaches and THIS one had reasonable rates, AND staff on duty (June 9th). The road in is a bit narrow and needs some maintenance! Myriad small beach day-use parks and hiking trails throughout the greater Lake Superior Prov. Park - don't miss Sand River! You need at least a week or two here! Visit Wawa too........good food, shopping & lake activities for those so inclined.
  • Love the sandy beaches and beautiful view. We had a lake side campsite with okay privacy from neighbours.
  • Great campsites with lake access, clean comfort station, nice trail system.
  • Excellent facility