The campsites are positioned far enough away to provide privacy and noise control. There is a shallow, sandy beach on the lake for swimming and good fishing at the shoreline. The campsite provides campers with cooking shelters with tables and fireplaces as well as an accessible shelter. In addition there is a boat launch, swimming, biking trails and interpretive programs offered in summer months. Open from May to October (weather permitting).
Located approximately 30 minutes east of Kenora off Highway 17, this small provincial park offers camping opportunities for families who want to enjoy year-round outdoor recreation including hiking, fishing or boating on Lake of the Woods. Visitors can also connect with nature by taking part in interpretive programs led by knowledgeable staff that reveal secrets about the local ecosystem. There are 10 different types of campsites available throughout the park; some have water access while others offer more secluded locations for those looking for peace and quiet after spending time exploring the area's natural beauty.
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The site is beautiful, with a sandy beach and the waters of the Northumberland Strait. Located on Linkletter Bay in Queens County, it offers some of Nova Scotia's most breathtaking scenery.
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I have a family of four, and went to this park last year. We had an amazing time. It was really clean, we were able to shower before breaking camp--which is a huge bonus for us.
Murray Beach Provincial Park