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Sioux Narrows Provincial Park

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park Road, Sioux Narrows, Ontario P9N 3X9, Canada
+1 807-226-5223
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Small, Clean, Wonderful Campground.

We stayed here in August 2017. Bev the park manager lives in the park and drives around a couple... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
AshleyB196
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Winnipeg, Canada
Wonderful Park

The park sits just off the main highway and is not far from town. It has multiple campsites and... read more

Reviewed July 4, 2016
Ron_R_USA
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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6 days ago
“Small, Clean, Wonderful Campground.”
Jul 4, 2016
“Wonderful Park”
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Sioux Narrows Provincial Park Road, Sioux Narrows, Ontario P9N 3X9, Canada
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We stayed here in August 2017. Bev the park manager lives in the park and drives around a couple times a day asking if you need firewood delivered or if you need anything from the store. She clearly takes pride in the park as it...More

Thank AshleyB196
Reviewed July 4, 2016

The park sits just off the main highway and is not far from town. It has multiple campsites and the grounds are very well kept. If you are looking for a place to camp, this might be a nice place to start.

Thank Ron_R_USA
Reviewed May 5, 2016

A good road with some great views of lakes, wildlife and rocky outcroppings. Very scenic, a real pleasure to travel on.

Thank suedan30928
Reviewed September 20, 2015

Stumbled upon this park in August on a drive from our rented cabin in the area. Beverly clearly loves her park and takes incredible pride in maintaining its beauty. Walking trail was refreshing and the look out view was so pretty. Had the very clean...More

Thank giver4life
Reviewed August 20, 2015

disappointed that when I got there the entrance fee had jumped to 11. 25 per person!!! I just wanted to swim for an hour, and was also told the beach was full. When I have been here in the past, I have found the beach...More

Thank nancybCancun
Reviewed August 17, 2015

Sioux Narrows Provincial Park allows you to stay in some of the most beautiful country I have ever seen. From the clean sandy beaches, to the scenic hiking paths, Sioux Narrows has something for everybody. Convenient restrooms, showers, and trash bins are located throughout the...More

Thank Matthew H
Reviewed August 16, 2015

My Roommate and I are working as interns in Minnesota and wanted to take a road trip into Canada. We headed up to Sioux Narrows Provincial Park on a whim and we were not disappointed! The Staff was first rate, friendly, and made us feel...More

1  Thank Cody T
Reviewed July 30, 2015

When I was planning the itinerary for my family's Trans Canada Road Odyssey (sitting In Hyderabad,India), I had not the faintest idea we would be passing the Sioux Narrows Provincial Park en route. However, on our fourth day out from Toronto westbound to the Rockies,...More

Thank 117abbas
Reviewed July 18, 2015

You are treated like gold the minute you register. The workers tour the camp ground on a regular basis ensuring everyone is doing well. You can purchase ice and wood and they bring it directly to you. The place is immaculate, garbage cans everywhere, and...More

Thank Lynn T
Reviewed July 16, 2015 via mobile

Camped here for 3 nights. Our site was really nice, level and shaded. Park was really quiet, wasn't too busy. Loved the beach, it is small but really nice. Park manager, Bev, was really great. She drove around every few hours to make sure all...More

Thank NatashaDev
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