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Many good camping sites with flat ground, decent privacy, multiple tables and are near the lake (just check the online reservation system, as some sites are much better than others). I do find you have to book the good spots a month or two in...More
We really enjoyed our stop at Rushing River. It’s not a long drive from Kenora and worth the trip. The water is lower this year so it wasn’t as “rushing” as it has been in previous years but there is still lots to see and...More
When you arrive there is a self-serve parking permit machine. You can purchase hours in the park here. It was around $4 for 2 hours.
We found parking and walked to the beach area. There was a washroom/shower facility as well as a changing house....More
My family friends visited this place and we really enjoyed the beauty of nature. Watching the sounds of water flowing from the river is relaxing and rejuvenating. Kids enjoyed swimming in the fresh and clean water of the river. We all enjoyed this place!
We visit Rushing River every year as a couple or as a family and thoroughly enjoy our visits each time. We've camped there and we've also rented a tent trailer to which they have set up, cleaned and ready to go - very convenient.
Love coming here. Water is great and the views are amazing. I only wish they updated the campsite pics. They are 5 plus years old and the overgrowth along the shore line has blocked a lot of the views.
still quite amazing though.
We drove to Thunder Bay from Calgary and this was one of the highlights of our trip. Quiet serene campgrounds on the lake. Fire pits and Fireflies. Absolutely stunning night. There were a couple of hikes near the lake that had what sounded like 1000's...More
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In my opinion, I don’t think you’d need to however I can’t give you a “yes” or “no” answer unfortunately because I’ve never asked. You could always go to the front office and explain that you’re just there for an... More
In my opinion, I don’t think you’d need to however I can’t give you a “yes” or “no” answer unfortunately because I’ve never asked. You could always go to the front office and explain that you’re just there for an hour or two visiting someone who already has a permit for their camp. Good luck 👍