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Sioux Narrows Provincial Park

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Looking for some information on the Provincial park in Sioux Narrows. I have looked on the Ontario parks HSOforum but looking for anyone's take that has stayed there or knows the area.

We have a large group that has been coming up to Caliper Lake for over 25 years, they unfortunately are closing this year. We are thinking about Narrows as an alternative. Just wondering about the campgrounds and sites, it sounds like many of them are on the water, how is the bay of LOW that its on? Thanks in advance.

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I think they are closing the Sioux Narrows Provincial Park as well. Lot's of good fishing in the SN area. Paradise Point RV park has some sites for rent as well. Tomahawk Resort and RV park may have sites as well.

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II checked an article from last fall talking about 9-10 parks closing, SN was not one of them. Have you stayed in that park before? With the amount of people we bring to the camprounds (50-80), I don't think either Tamahawk or Paradise would work considering we are about 80 % tents!

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Haven't stayed their but have driven through the park, it is nice and they have good facilities and docking. The bay has a sand beech as well. Lots of good fishing also. Walleyes, pike, small mouth, muskie and lake trout within 4 miles.

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