Marie Louise Lake Campground, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada

This campground was pretty full on the summer weekend we visited, but honestly, it didn't wow us. We found the lakefeont sites to be exceptional, but all other sites to be just average. The campgrpund is wooded and set on the lake, but it's a bumpy ride into camp along the park road and the interior site we had booked just didn't do it for us. Had we had a lakefront site, you'd probably be reading a much different post. There is a boat launch, small fishing dock, canoe rentals, visitor's center, and a small park store with a few meager souvenirs. We found the store quite disappointing. Sites have a picnic table and fire pit, but be prepared with bug spray or to spend some time inside becaise of the numerous mosquitos that you will find here. Most sites are level, especially interior ones; lakeside ones might be a little trickier to navigate into and get level. Sites have a fire pit and picnic table. Firewood is available at the front office of the campground. There is over 100 kilometers of hiking here, but most of it has to be accessed from parking lots throughout the park, not from camp. Fishing here is good, and most campers spend their day either on a trail or at the lake, floating, canoeing, swimming or kayaking. Pebble Beach (even though there are no pebbles) offers a designated swim area, playgrounds, and day use parking. Be prepared to live without contact to the outside world as cell service is void.

Best Sites: Anything lakefront

Poor Sites: None

Hookups: Electric

Potable Water: Yes

Dump Within Facility: Yes