Quetico Provincial ParkCurrently Closed
- Timings: 08:30 am - 04:15 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park
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Hi, We camped at this campground in our 40ft motorhome on June 11 2018. The gravel road in was reasonable but overhanging tree branches meant it was impossible to stay on the correct side of the road without doing serious damage to the rig. So we needed to wait for oncoming vehicles to pass in order to cross to their side to avoid damage. The right turn to get to our site #78 was impossible to make in a 40ft rig. At the dump station water fill site there is no male thread on the hose to attach your own hose to, just a piece of garden hose pushed onto a barbed fitting. When leaving we called into the office to mention these issues but the Parks Canada employee seemed quite uninterested. He mentioned that we are in a wilderness area and they want It to be as natural as possible. Sounds like a poor excuse for not maintaining the clear access to sites. The site we were given was large enough for our size rig but it was very difficult getting through the overgrowth to the site. Certainly left with a lot more tree branch pinstripes than we arrived with. All that said it is a great location for smaller rigs.
Great washrooms with flush, tenting and camping. Fishing without barbs on hooks, I don't think gas powered motors are allowed in the lake inside the park. Canoeing kayaking are fun. Although both has to rented. Some Fishing gear and life jackets can be borrowed.
Nice place to stop for refreshments & to use the restroom when traveling to Thunder Bay from Fort Frances, the gift shop has lots of nice things to offer as well.
Ultimate canoe and kayakers destination with lots a miles lined with beautiful scenery. There are 21 portage places and 6 ranger in which you must get a permit. If you enter Quetico from the US side, you need to check in at customs before you cross into Canada. If paddling, you need a CANPASS Remote Area Border Crossing permit. You will see rock cliffs, a few waterfalls and lots of pine trees. If you are in to cross country skiing, I have heard this is a must. I have done some snow shoeing here, but be ready for some aching muscles the next day. If you ask me, the more remote the better and this place is remote. There is the Dawson Trail camp ground, but is only accessible by water kayak or canoe. There is also an opportunity to purchase wildlife art work from talented artists in the area.
Great service good was good. My hot turkey was luck warm. Freindly place I'll be back
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