|In Season||Apr 15 - Oct 15, 2015||$36.00 - $49.00|
Propre , tranquille et bien situé
Clean, well kept, friendly staff. WI-FI for working travelers is poor at best. Nice lots for bigger coaches towing vehicles. Terry Fox memorial 5 minute drive away, you owe a visit to this memorial to learn more about this great man the view is magnificent.
This was our first koa we stayed at because we find they're generally a bit pricier but soooo nice. They had the cleanest washrooms and showers, a dog park, a community kitchen with 2 stove tops, 2 sinks for dishes, and a BBQ, nice walking trails and a very nice pool with splash pad and music. Free coffee in the morning doesn't hurt either. Wifi isn't great but we're camping here right?
Make this KOA your headquarters to experience the natural beauty of nearby Lake Superior and the region's attractions. Go rockhounding at open-pit amethyst mines. Explore 130-foot Kakabeka Falls and Ouimet Canyon. Relive area history at Fort William Historical Park, a re-created 1815 trading post complete with costumed natives, trappers and traders, and at the Centennial Park 1910 Logging Camp. KOA's 90 acres of spruce, birch and poplar shimmer with color in autumn. Sites are tucked in the trees and in wide-open sunshine. Families enjoy the driving range, mini golf, heated pool, bike rentals and catch-and-release trout pond. Hayrides, ice cream socials and other planned activities add to the fun in season Wi-Fi is available.