Mazinaw Lake Campground, Bon Echo

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Mazinaw Lake is one of the two developed campgrounds at Bon Echo. The campground has both electrical and non electrical sites, accommodating tent campers to large trailers.

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Wilson5

(Reviewed on August 2021)
Great Family Park
Our family has been going to Bon Echo for 20+yrs. We make reservations every year to visit. The scenery is breathtaking and the beach child friendly. The suggested swimming area is clearly marked at a reasonable depth for everyone's safety. There are many trails available for hiking, biking and exploring by canoe or kayak. On site rental of canoes and kayaks is available. Pre-covid times saw daily programming available for families and children during morning and evening times. They have a cute little coffee shop and a store with beautiful merchandise. It's definitely worth the drive and the difficulty to secure a spot. An extremely busy park but we'll be back each year.

Narishie

(Reviewed on August 2021)
Bon Echo
Beautiful park and beaches

GracanGang

(Reviewed on August 2021)
Can't wait to go back
I went to Bon Echo with my family as a child and was excited to go with my husband and daughter this summer - neither if them have been there before. We stayed at campsite 104 and although the corner had more traffic than I would have liked for my daughter, it was a great location with only one campsite beside (with a little path to connect them) and one across the street. The comfort station with showers is behind the site but its a far enough distance away with a small forest between that you really don't hear any noise from it, but it's also only a 2 min walk to get there. The bathrooms were cleaned often and the showers were hot. You would often see rangers walking and driving around, more than any other park. The downside of our site was the firepit is right at the road side instead of at the back of the site like I often see, but my husband likes to talk to people so it worked out for him OK lol. It was only a 5-10 min walk to get to the water where there was boat launch and small beach area. There is a nice big beach that you can drive to as well and it offers shade in the upper parts. Unfortunately the ferry that takes you to the Rock formation was not operating due to covid and we were not able to reach anyone for a canoe rental. I missed doing this part of the trip as it's a big beautiful trail to walk with wild blueberries to pick. The visitor centre wasn't open (covid) but the store was. We enjoyed an ice cream and a bit of shopping. Best store we've seen with a large selection of things to choose from. All in all, we will be booking there again and already look forward to it.
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