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We were looking for a campground withing Riding Mountain NP that would be central to park hiking and activities. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We camped mid-week in early June in our 8 meter (25 foot) motor home. This is a very nice, large (<500 sites) campground. There are 7 separate areas based on available services. We stayed in the 100 section (#107) with 15/30 amp electric only. All of the sites in this area are pull through. They are relatively long and narrow situated on a diagonal with greenery/trees providing privacy between sites. Most are level or require minimal leveling. The push button showers were clean and had ample warm (not hot) water. There was good ATT and Verizon cell coverage while roaming on Rogers service. Route 10 north/south through the park was a nice drive with several wildlife sightings and trailheads. Route 19 west from Wasagaming was a pretty drive to Lake Audy and the bison range. Route 19 east to the escarpment was closed during our visit. The town of Wasagaming is a 10 minute walk from the CG and includes shops, restaurants and a laundry. We did not see a grocery store. There's a beautiful park on Clear Lake with a swimming beach, boat rentals and multi-use trails. The park Visitor Center and Anishinabe Visitor Center were open limited hours as it was early season.

Posted Jun 07, 2018 by DSVT from VT. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.


Large campground with choice of services. Site 148 was 30A electric only. Water taps nearby. Shower building next door. Dump station. Most sites are long pull through gravel/grass but ours was recently paved. The sites are well spaced with trees between for privacy, with picnic tables and raised fire boxes. The campground is biking distance to a small resort type town with cafes, shops, beach, etc. We liked it here and would have stayed longer but it was fully booked. Many biking/hiking trails left unexplored.

Posted Jul 15, 2016 by Darleen from North Saanich . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.

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