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Old 08-27-2016, 01:03 PM   #81
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Which Provincial Parks have good biking trails?
Arrowhead has a really nice biking & hiking trail, we did it last year on our bikes. Also Killbear has a trail just to the side of the park road from one end to other that you can bike on. Those are the two that we've come across so far...
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Old 08-27-2016, 02:01 PM   #82
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Just came from Killarney. Windy and wet, i would even say stormy .Two trailers ended up with awnings on their roofs. I managed to put my in, goat soakes to socks. Stayed closer to town though at a private campground.
Saw at least 4-6 bears a day. Even in town, 10-15 ft away from the road on peoples apple trees. Locals didnt seem to care
Yeah, forgot how bad the road was. Couple of times i thought my hitch would separate from the truck along with the trailer.

My daughter lives there 8 months a year. She loves it.
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That Killarney road is a beast. You have to take some parts of it at 50 kmh or the cabinets may come down.


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Old 08-28-2016, 11:31 PM   #84
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My daughter lives there 8 months a year. She loves it.
Yeahh, i love it too. I would like to retire there. Been going there every year since 1990- thats when i was introduced to.the place.
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Old 08-31-2016, 07:05 PM   #85
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Anyone been to Sibbald Point? We got a spot for the weekend. Yeah i know it is dry.
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Old 09-01-2016, 06:30 AM   #87
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Anyone been to Sibbald Point? We got a spot for the weekend. Yeah i know it is dry.
I've not, but, several of my friends have. They were not thrilled with the park. It was like being in downtown Toronto they said.....a lot of weekend warriors from the City.
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I've heard the same kind of comments about Sibbald Point.

That's how I feel about Balsam Lake. I know some like it but I wasn't enthused about tight campsites, little privacy and a VERY LONG trek tot he beach.
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We were at sibbald this summer. The campsite we stayed on was huge. Maybe because it was a non electric site. We couldn't see our neighbors and there was nothing behind us. The beach is where all the bad comments are from. It is very crowded and not a very good beach. We won't be going back because of that.


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Old 09-04-2016, 11:20 AM   #90
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Anyone been to Grundy lake?
Grundy is a great park, we have been twice. Stayed four days this year and got our 31 foot into a pull through site 50 feet from the lake and 50 feet from flush toilets. You can fish from the shore rocks, warmest lake water I have been in. Great park for biking, walking.

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