Low Island Municipal Park | Informal Campsite





Last Visited: 8 months ago
GPS: 45.98529, -81.93615
Altitude: 130.0 masl
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Electricity: Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes

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MODERATOR NOTE: Place removed because camping is illegal here. Private Property


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Private Property. PERMANENTLY CLOSED. I have seen too much of this lately. The entire Manitoulin Island is privately owned. Go to a legit camping site. Most landowners in this area will charge people for trespassing.

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Nous nous sommes stationné du côté du parc municipal, il ne semble pas y avoir d’affiche ici qui interdit « l’overnight parking » toutefois face a nous de l’autre côté il y a une affiche

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10:15 pm, while sleeping, 2 OPP police officers knock heavily at our door. They do not speak friendly. “You are not allowed to camp here! You did not see the sign?” they asked rudely. After negotiations, we were allowed to stay until early the next morning. “Where can we park!” we asked. “It is forbidden to camp anywhere but in campgrounds in Manitoulin island!” was their answer….We got out of the island the morning after…

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a big municipal park with toilets & swimming, another rv joined and we had a quiet night undisturbed

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Great spot for overnight. We spent one night here, no problems. Just don't park on the gravel part. Good flush toilets, nice beach for swimming.

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Parked and made dinner, picnic tables scattered around fields. Clean flushable washrooms. Drinking water refill station on the side of the building for water bottles we managed to fit our 3 gallon jug. "No overnight parking" sign on the gravel and fences blocking other areas for vehicles. We chose to park somewhere else for the night.

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A sign has been put up saying no overnight camping on the gravel side. we ended up camping at the Cup and Saucer trail head which was great.

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Very quiet place to stay.
There is a "no parking overnight" panel on the right but it seems to be for the gravel. No trouble for us, there were an other van near us and it was ok.
However, no water and no washroom during this season.

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Huge gravel/asphalt parking that seems ok for overnight. We were alone and we saw a police car at some point and they didn’t say anything. But the smaller gravel parking lot on the right has a sign no camping no overnight.

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This place is permanently closed.

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Great spot for 1 night or more.
Place pretty busy during the day but almost empty during the night.
Picnic tables available, washrooms available too but they closed at 08:00PM.
You have also a sink with potable water.
You can enjoy this spot and swim !

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nice clean and quiet parking . near to beach, baseball, Soccer. we stayed 2 nights without any problems.

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Big parking lot near municipal park at the dead end of the road. Two car parks - gravel and asphalt. Enough turning space for mobilehomes. Children's play area at the beach plus facilities such us washrooms and changing rooms opened 6am to 11pm. No hot water available. Roofed dining area opened 24h. No sign "no camping" nor "no overnight parking". We have spent one peaceful night here.

Caution: do not park in front of the chained gate leading to private possesion.

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