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Old 03-12-2019, 04:15 PM   #1
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Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Ontario

Looking at being there the middle of September. Anyone stayed there? We would prefer to be on the lake non electric. We have a small generator to recharge the batteries.

Any info appreciated.
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Looking at being there the middle of September. Anyone stayed there? We would prefer to be on the lake non electric. We have a small generator to recharge the batteries.

Any info appreciated.
Hi, what kind of information?

By that timeframe, there should be far fewer people staying there. Night time temps will be on the cool side so be prepared for it. All of the trails for day hiking are worth it! If you have a bike, I'd suggest riding it on the Sleeping Giant trail (old dirt road) and leave the bike locked to a tree where the trail heads into the forest for the hike to the top.

Usually around 6-8 PM, you have a good chance of seeing deer within the campgrounds.

The village of Silver Islet is also worth a walk through.

My favourite Provincial Park in Ontario.

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