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Cape Croker Indian Park

112 Park Rd | Neyaashiinigmiing, Cape Croker, Ontario N0H 2T0, Canada
+1 519-534-0571
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Perfect camp today on the Bruce Trail

After a day or climbing up and down cliffs this park was a welcoming sight and perfect place to... read more

Reviewed September 10, 2017
Laritwoshoes
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Perth, Australia
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Beautiful Well Run Park With an Understanding Staff

We booked 4 nights in this amazing clean, quiet park recently so we could do some hiking on the... read more

Reviewed September 4, 2017
Derek9889
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Barrie, Canada
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This park is owned and operated by the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. There are several campgrounds nestled along Sydney Bay and below the magnificent cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment. Campsite are suited for tents or trailers, hydro available is some areas. There are two comfort stations flush toilets, showers, and laundromat. Hiking trails, canoe and kayak rentals. Campgrounds are open May to October.
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  • Very good39%
  • Average8%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible17%
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112 Park Rd | Neyaashiinigmiing, Cape Croker, Ontario N0H 2T0, Canada
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Reviewed September 10, 2017 via mobile

After a day or climbing up and down cliffs this park was a welcoming sight and perfect place to pitch our tent for the night. The staff were helpful and the facilities were clean.

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Reviewed September 4, 2017

We booked 4 nights in this amazing clean, quiet park recently so we could do some hiking on the Bruce Trail. On the last day we experienced an automobile problem which caused us to need to leave our car running or it would not start....More

Thank Derek9889
Reviewed August 28, 2017

I just came back from my second camping trip at Cape Croker. I highly recommend it to to people who are okay with rustic camping. First I'm going to list my favourite things about Cape Croker Park, then I'm going to list some tips for...More

1  Thank C H
Reviewed August 18, 2017

We spent the weekend at Cape Croker near the end of July. This is a beautiful property well situated for a weekend trip from KW area. It should be a gem, but there are definitely areas for improvement. Here's a summary from my perspective: The...More

1  Thank Tanya M
Reviewed August 2, 2017 via mobile

I am a returning camper for almost 40 years and never have I seen this park so bad. I stayed for a week during the 2nd last week of july and camped near the main washrooms. The park itself is looking good, but it is...More

6  Thank Justanothercritic728
Reviewed July 28, 2017

A weekend of camping at Cape Croker turned out to be our worst experience ever in over 50 years of camping.For those wanting to have an all night unrestricted party then this is for you.But for your own safety you might want to arm yourself...More

10  Thank quique17
Reviewed July 23, 2017

I wanted to let people know that the security at the park is inadequate. There were intoxicated people next to our site that were yelling, swearing and fighting and this was inadequately handled by the park's security. This led to a domestic dispute whereby one...More

11  Thank Eliaaah
Reviewed August 18, 2016

It was my second time camping and my boyfriends first. The campground didn't offer much privacy between each camp site in the basic sites. Not every site had a picnic bench. We had to borrow one from the empty site next to us. We had...More

Thank Nikki G
Management response:Responded February 9, 2017

NikkI, Thank you for the spot on review. We will continue to work on our short comings. Picnic Tables are so important. During the Pow wow we need tables in that area so we take tables from the campground. Generally we have just enough to...More

Reviewed July 25, 2016 via mobile

My girlfriend an I visited the camp July 15-18th. I had booked the site 259 several months prior. We wanted an end lot so we didn't have people on both sides of us, not knowing how big the lots were. We arrived to a gorgeous...More

3  Thank Mandi T
Management response:Responded February 9, 2017

Thank You Mandi! C/S 259 is one of my favourites too. I hope when you return to visit you will like the projects we are working on. Miigwetch

Reviewed July 24, 2016

We stayed in the rough camping area of the park for 3 nights in mid July.There are 10 campsites right on the water that are beautiful although we were unable to get one .The main attraction is the fact it has a real outdoor feel...More

3  Thank quique17
Management response:Responded February 9, 2017

Sweet. Very nice to learn of your experience. We will ensure that staff monitor our portable toilets consistently. We will be adding to our campground patrols and will try to ensure that we have a presence in the campground every week end. If you ever...More

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