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Arrowhead Provincial Park


451 Arrowhead Park Rd.
Huntsville, ON P1H2J4
705.435.2498
No Email Address
http://www.ontarioparks.com/english/arro.html
6 Reviews
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Just another recreational park with too many campsites for its size it’s noisy and crammed to capacity. There were many patrols during the day but it didn’t cut down on the blaring music or obnoxious loud people. Scenery is okay but not outstanding for the Muskoka area the lake is rather small and nothing special. Most campsites are nice but if your drive is more than a few hours it’s not worth the price of fuel there are many other provincial parks that are far nicer.

Received from Jay for visit in Jul 2013


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Stay Again? NO
This is one of our favourite parks, although we wish there was a playground for children. The campsites are large and private and we’ve even had deer walking through the bush just at the edge of our campsite. The bathrooms are decent, although some of the vault toilets are not always well kept, despite our report to the staff. The trails are wonderful and lead to some gorgeous views, such as Stubb’s Falls. This trail, along with the Hardwood Hills trail, is easily managed by young children. We really enjoyed a guided tour of the Hardwood Hills trail in 2012 and will be looking for more guided tours at other parks in the future. Arrowhead Lake is warm and calm. The beaches are nothing spectacular, but are sufficient to keep children happy for the afternoon.

Received from Elizabeth for visit in Jan 2013


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Stay Again? YES
Although the sites are large, ours was just a sand pit. Sand got into everything. Comfort stations need updating badly, and the mini comfort stations are not very comfortable. Very few Ranger Patrols meant that neighbours could play their musc day and night. Not much of a beach. On the bright side, we loved seeing the deer and all the birds.

Received from Roland for visit in Jul 2008


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Stay Again? NO
semi private sites, more or less depending on the site. Three comfort stations for each part of the park. Washrooms cleaned and maintained each day, hot water for showers, lineups not horribly long during peak hours. The beach is kinda lame, nothing really special, kinda small. Not really many trails to go on, but there is a small town just outside the park that is very handy. staff is friendly, and the park is patrolled regularily. overall, no real complaints, a nice stay.

   

Received from Dee for visit in Sep 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
I'd wanted to go back here ever since I'd been with friends years ago. All I remembered was that I love the town of Huntsville, and it was the only park that didn't kick us out when we were teenagers. So we went, just me and my girlfriend, at the beginning of August, and had a really nice stay. Had an electrical site 1 minute away from a comfort station, (swing that sweet deal if you can) and there were no complaints. The second trip, however, we booked late and got a small, non-electric site at an intersection of roads. Not the worst site I've been to (Balsam Lake. Boo!), but surely not the greatest. Ended up spending a good portion of our time in town, but Huntsvilles a very nice little place and we had fun. Good park, i'd go again, but i'd be picky with my choice of site and book early.

Received from Dan for visit in Aug 2007


Site Number: 264
Stay Again? YES
This is a very pretty large provincial park with picturesque scenery. It has a spot in the park called Stubb\'s Falls which is nice to bring a picnic to and just be quiet. Nice hikes and walking trails. Huntsville only 10 minutes away and a lovely little town.

Received from Monique B for visit in 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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