Although, as others have mentioned, this park is quite a distance from the main highway (11/17), it is ultimately worth the drive on a long and winding road...oue campsite was beautiful, HUGE, and very secluded. Even though we knew we had camping neighbors on all three sides, we never saw or heard them. We were fortunate to get a campsite on Marie Louise Lake, and had many native visitors...a deer, a skunk, squirrels, chipmunks, and a mama duck with four ducklings...all to our children's delight!
As time was limited, we drove to the Thunder Bay Lookout, which is a small cantilevered deck (not for those with vertigo) that provides a spectacular view of Thunder Bay. There are lots of hiking trails of varying lengths and challenge levels if you have more time to spend, and we definitely wished we did!
The beach looked lovely, and the lake was fairly warm and very clean. The toilets near the campsites are outhouses (bring your own soap), but there are centralized "Comfort Stations" with flush toilets and showers (and laundry facilities.) The staff are very helpful and can answer pretty much any question you have about the park. Definitely will visit again!
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