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I visited Mount Carleton Provincial Park for the first time this weekend and was blown away by the scenery, camp ground and staff. My site felt very private and had direct access to the lake. Outhouse was very clean and stocked with TP daily. The...More
The landscape is beautiful. The park offers camping and a beach. There are several small lakes and streams and waterfalls.
I climbed mount Carleton and took the "extreme" side and was not disappointed. The terrain was rugged and the trail signs were sparse in places....More
This is a secluded and wonderful park. We stayed at Armstrong campground for 3 nights but will stay longer next year.
No cell service (except at the top of Mt Carleton and Mt. Sagamook).
Very clean pit toilets
Bathroom with flush toilets at...More
Very beautiful and also somehow a bit challenging hikes especially when you do 3 summits in one day.
Mount Carleton is the highest and best know but Sagamook is the most challenging.
In your way you will find a lot of Moose pooooo!
We stayed in Nictau Cabins for 3 nights. The cabin is clean and tidy with screened porch in the woods by the Nictau Lake with clean shower and washroom. The cabin is several minutes walking distance to nearby trails. We did lots of hiking. You...More
I travelled a long way to visit this park and it is a beautiful place, for that reason I would suggest visiting it. I cannot; however, in good faith recommend it based on my customer experience. A pretty crusty older lady who worked in the...More
I was only here for a night, but honestly, I wish I had longer, I went in July and it was boiling outside, so I appreciated the shade the trees brought. The hikes were nice, but I was all about swimming at the time; so,...More
Have been to Carleton twice and loved it both times. Trails are up kept and marked well. If hiking in the early spring, best to call ahead and make sure they are open and the trails have been cleaned up.
After driving three hours to hike up Mount Carleton we were very dissappointed to find the entrance closed and barricaded. We proceded to walk 1 and a half hours just to reach the beginning of a trail. Sagamook. Not having any maps, directions or distances...More