We visited the beautiful Grundy Lake Provincial Park in August 2014 and although we had another wet weekend it turned out to be one of my favourite parks.
We had site number 143 in the Hemlock campground. The site itself was pretty big and flat and had a little path through the woods at the back onto the main road which lead right to the nearby comfort station with showers and an electrical outlet for a hairdryer for those on a non-electric sites.
The park itself has several large lakes to choose from and the ban on motor boats makes it a haven for swimming, fishing and canoeing, which just happen to be three of our favourite things to do
There is even a spot for cliff jumping which was a favourite activity for many of the kids in the park, in fact it looked like so much fun I’m tempted to have a go when we return in August 2015!
Despite Grundy being a busy park, it is so big that you are never far from a secluded, quiet spot if you want some peace. We found two places only accessible from the water where we could paddle over to and stop for a spot of lunch and a swim or where I could read my book in peace while the boys went fishing
While I always enjoyed our camping trips in the provincial parks we don’t usually plan on returning to any as there are so many new ones to discover. Grundy Lake, however, was such a great spot for us that we have already booked a return visit in a few months time.
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