"Wonderful park.Janice is great! Lovely river, docks and lake. The firewood was stocked, there are washrooms with showers, great campsites and nice trails to hike on. Overall had a great time and would recommend coming here. Very reasonably priced and close to a store if you need anything. If you need a great wilderness getaway, Kings Portage lived up to its name. Thanks!"
Tyler North May 2018
"We had a great time! its very welcoming and beautiful. would absolutely recommend even if you have crazy dogs like ours"
Mazin Sh August 2017
"Beautiful, secluded spot. We came across this place last minute just passing through the area and are we ever glad we did, we will absolutely be back as we loved our little campsite on the hill!"
Don P July 2017
"A small camper park, operated by the owner (Janice). It has a river passing through it and docks you can tie a boat to and a cleaning station for fish. They rent a small boat for fishing, as well as a pair of canoes. The fishing off the dock was great, the kids caught pike, bass and lots of sunfish. The grounds are basic but include a shower station, a games area with horseshoe pits and a net for volleyball or badminton as well as lots of seating by the river."
Pete August 2017
"This is a beautiful, relaxing spot for seasonal and daily camping, on the Baxter River near Honey Harbour. Easy boat access to Georgian Bay Islands National Park, good fishing and swimming in the river. This resort has been here for many years and a lot of the sites and facilities are now being upgraded. It is family run and is very welcoming."
Elaine Pettit July 2015
"Came here on an impromptu camping trip with the in-laws. Seeing that a lot of campsite were already booked, they booked this place. It's like a huge cottage with lots of backyard turned campsites with people setting up on it. The owner lives on the big cottage on the lot, and the hand of site were rented out to most RVs that seemed to be there permanently (almost). We got one of the smaller sites, and one of two other people who actually had tents. There was also electricity at our site which is always really useful. We also had our own water faucet. There's a river in the back, and usually was bustling with people. It's like everyone here knows each other and it's one huge family. On a rare occasion, it was empty and you can enter the water from the dock or off the shore. You can even walk down the stream, where it seems inaccessible to a waterfall. There's no beach though, so bring a chair or lie on the dock. The main house has lots of books and VCR tapes. This is also where you'll find two showers and fully functioning toilets. Although not the cleanest, I was impressed and it was much better than other provincial park campsites I've been to. In the area, there's Six Mile Lake Provincial park and the Georgian Bay National park. There seems like lots to do, and an area I might return back, only 2 hrs away from Toronto!"