Selkirk Provincial Park
Provincial Parkwrite a review 165-313 Wheeler Road
Selkirk, ON, Canada
GPS: 42.812, -79.956
|Last Price Paid:||$43|
34 Airstream International
Andreas would stay here again
“An often overlooked gem”
Reviewed May 01, 2016
Selkirk has a reputation for being dowdy. There's no sandy beach to speak of, and because it started life as a private park, it doesn't look and feel like most other Provincial Parks.
Having said that, we adore Selkirk for both early spring and late fall camping. If most Provincial Parks try to be as close to the wilderness as possible, camping in Selkirk is like camping in a well manicured garden. There's acres of grass, sites are huge, there are ample trees for hammocks, a great playground, rocks from which to throw stones into the water of Lake Erie. It's a perfect place to camp with friends, let the kids run around and sit around the fire with a beer. Even the biggest rigs will find ample space.
Both comfort stations and laundry facilities were a little tired (but clean) the last time we visited, but we heard that they were due to be upgraded in 2016 - we've got a visit booked for end of May, I will update the review once we've been back.
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