Welcome to Anicinabe Park

Operated by: Middle Lake Enterprises, Kenora, ON - David Longe

Lake of the Woods, Ontario Canada

Your vacation destination. 

It is our pleasure to help you have a relaxing vacation.  To facilitate that our gate closes from 10:30pm - 6:30am and quiet time is respected. We welcome weary travellers, but do ask that you realistically plan your day's drive so that you arrive in plenty of time to relax & enjoy Lake of the Woods.

Reservation System is open for 5 or more nights.   4 nights or less - opens March 1st 2022 - Inquiries text: 807-407-1697

NEW FOR 2022 - Stay out of the rain.  Small Trailer rental (Boler & Beachcomber) on a level site large enough to include a tent or picnic shelter.  Registration will be available online soon.

Upcoming Events

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Trailer (TBA 2022)

Site 11 and 12 - Rent a small trailer (Boler & Beachcomber) - 15ampWE on level site with room for a small tent or picnic shelter.  No bedding provided, optional limited kitchenware available or bring your own camping equipment and sleep dry  

$95.00 per night

50Amp Full Service

New for 2021 we have upgraded two of our most popular Lakeview sites (oriented to Motorhome, but suitable for RVs), and one a very private treed site to 50amp service which is suitable for either RV or Motorhome.  

$52.00 per night

30Amp Full Service Lakeview
Full service sites overlooking Lake of the Woods.  70-72, 75 & 78 are oriented to Motorhomes.  RV and trailers will find the services are on the door side of your trailer.  Sides 76, 77 & 79 - 81 are easily accessible by both Motorhomes & RV/ Traileres

$44.00 per night

30Amp Full Service.  

Full service sites, with large lawns and ample parking (sites 29, 30, 36 - 51)

$41.00 per night

30Amp Water Electric

Sites 32, 33 Newly landscaped shady lots.  Site 52-69 Level lots with lawns, close to the washrooms

$39.00 per night

15Amp Water Electric

Site 12-14 close to the washroom/showers

Sites 22, 23 & 25-28 offer a treed private area, a short walk from the washroom/showers.

$35.00 per night

Tent

Site 1 - 9 are a short walk from where you will park car.  These sites offer a small private beach, away from the public beach

Site 10 - is suitable for a small Class B or tent.  Site 15-19 are close to the washroom/showers,  

$30.00 per night

Terms & Conditions:

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REVIEW OUR FULL POLICY CAREFULLY. By clicking you are accepting all the terms for this reservation.  We do not deviate from these terms, please don't ask us to.  If you are not comfortable with them, do not reserve a campsite.

 
The Park Gate is locked between 10:30pm and 6:30am -  There is no one available to open the gate during these times. (if you are travelling please be sure that you have accurately estimate your arrival and departure time) If you arrive after the store closes at 9:00 your paperwork will be on the wall beside the store exit door.
 
Charges will show on your credit card statement as: Middle Lake Enterprises Inc  
NOTE:   Site 70-75 & 78 are oriented to Motorhomes.  Trailers & 5th Wheels can use the site, although services will be on the door side of your RV.  Your picnic table will be on the back side of your trailer.

Advance Reservation Fee:

  • A 50% deposit per site is required to secure a reservation.  Final payment is due upon arrival (Note: During off season periods online reservations may require full payment.  Please read cancellation policy & Refund section)

  • Please let us know if your arrival time changes.  If you do not contact us, your site will be held for 24 hours after your scheduled checkin and then will be returned to general inventory. 

  • If you do not cancel your reservation 24 hours in advance the 2pm checkin, you will be charged for the first night of your booking. The  deposit policy applies to all subsequent days.

  • There are no refunds after checking in.

  • There is a $6.00 system fee applied to all bookings

 

Cancellations and Refunds

  • If you cancel 7 or more days in advance, you will receive a refund of 50% of the mandatory deposit. If full payment is made at the time of reservation, the terms only apply to the deposit portion. All extra funds are refunded fully.

  • There is no refund for cancellations with less than 7 days notice.

  • Your $6.00 system fee is non-refundable.

 

Long Weekends

  • A minimum reservation for long weekends is 3 nights.

 

Payment

  • Reservations can be paid by VISA, MASTERCARD.  Charges will show on your credit card statement as: Middle Lake Enterprises Inc  

Check-in – after 2:00pm

Check-out – Before 12:00 noon

The Park Store is opened between 8:00am - 9:00pm and the Park Gates are locked between 10:30pm and 6:30am.  There is no access to the park during those hours. Please plan your arrival accordingly.

Please note:  In the event that Anicinabe Park is unable to open due to Government restrictions related to matters beyond our control eg. pandemic, fire, zombie apocalypse or other items that could be called "acts of God", we will move your reservation to the same dates one year later or to a date of your request (subject to availability).  In all other circumstance our normal refund policy applies.  We do urge you to consider this matter seriously before you accept these terms.

For questions about our booking system, or for personal assistance, please text: 807-407-1697 email: anicinabepark@gmail.com or call: 1-807-467-2700 (due to high customer traffic the phone is rarely answer.  TEXT  (807-407-1697) and email are the best way to reach us.

Please note:  Cancellations must be done by email: anicinabepark@gmail.com

 

PARK INFORMATION

Charges will show on your credit card as: Middle Lake Enterprises.

ALL GUESTS must check in at the Park Office/Store upon arrival.  Accounts must be paid in full before proceeding to your site.

If the Park Office is closed guest paperwork will be on the wall outside the exit door.

Internet Access:     Select "Anicinabe".  The password is In your welcome email or confirmation

Bathroom Access: The code is in your welcome email or confirmation.  Only flush human waste and toilet paper.  Please do not flush feminine products, applicators, paper towels, Food, disposable wipe (this includes RV toilets.)

#1) Limit Speed to 10km per hour (walking speed) - there are children playing in the park, please drive slowly. 

 #2) One RV, Tent, or Motor Home per site (Check in time is at 2:00 pm; Check out time is at 12 noon) unless cleared by Management.

#3) 1 vehicle per site.  Only permitted vehicles past the barricade (parking is available at the office or across the road from the park.)

#4) All Dogs must always be tied up or on a leash and owners must scoop each time after their dog.  Failure to clean up pet fecal matter (or other waste) in your campsite may result in a fee of $100.00 or more.

#5) The front gate will be locked at 10:30 pm each night and re-opened at 6:30am.  There is parking across from the park for guests.

#6) HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ONLY

  • Garbage cans are located at the bathrooms and near the workshop.
  • Recycle must meet City of Kenora guidelines. Recycle bins that contain garbage or un-recyclables are treated as garbage
  • A blue recycle bin for individual cans and bottles is found at the Maintenance Shed or at the store. (bagged recycle left at the Recycle bins will be treated as garbage)
  • Do not store garbage at your site. Or leave beside the dumpsters. It will attract skunks and bears.
  • NO CARDBOARD, TVS, COOLERS, TENTS, CHAIRS OR ANY OTHER LARGE ITEMS.

Sometimes the dumpsters are latched

  • On the left side of the dumpster is a small group of metal wafers.
  • Slide the first one back and hold, while pulling the bar forward.
  • Lift the lid and place your garbage in the dumpster
  • Close the lid. Put the bar back in place. The wafer will fall back

#7 Firepits are not for Garbage.  This attracts skunks and other animals. A site cleaning fee may be charged for campsites left unclean eg sunflower seeds, paper waste or cans left in the firepits.

#8) Quiet time is between 9 PM and 7 AM – City of Kenora Bylaw #27-2007

  • Barking dogs are not allowed at any time. Please do not leave your pet unattended in the campground.
  • We strictly enforce quiet time at 10:00pm, but request that you respect your neighbours camping experience at all times.

#9) Full-Service RV Sites – Must have a proper sewer line fitting when connecting to the site plumbing. Improper attachment can result in sewer backups.  Cleanup costs may be charged to those without proper attachments

#10 Fish Cleaning House – For access - Text your name, site # and departure date to 807-466-8202 (please note:  It may take an hour or more to get your code.  Please inquire before fishing.)

  • Do not give your code to other campers or open the door for other users.  Your code is tied to your site and you are responsible for any user under your code.  There is video surveillance in the fish house.

#9)  WIFI - Our wifi system was fully replaced in 2019 and upgraded further in 2020.  It is the highest grade that we are able to get in a treed campground.  Unfortunately, you will find that with 80 campsites and 4 or 5 devices per site, many of whom are streaming videos, you will be frustrated sometimes with speed and availability.  Wifi services are an extra benefit, but we can't guarantee then. Perhaps it is divine intervention to remind you to experience the great outdoors.  

Our internet is not designed to replace Satellite service for TV viewing, nor work with Netflix, other streaming service or business meetings.  Please use your 3G for this type of usage. Our internet is only designed for emails, social media and vital travel related web-searching only.  We ask that you respect all campers internet needs and use your own 3G service for any streaming or that you download your TV programs at home and bring them with you.  

The internet at the store picnic shelter is usually available even during times of high load.

Internet Access:     Select "Anicinabe".  The password is In your welcome email or confirmation

Bathroom Access: The code is in your welcome email or confirmation.  Only flush human waste and toilet paper.  Please do not flush feminine products, applicators, paper towels, Food, disposable wipe (this includes RV toilets.)

CHOOSING YOUR ELECTRICAL SITE

circuit breaker is an electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overcurrent/overload or short circuit. Its basic function is to interrupt current flow after protective relays detect a fault.

Below is a list of common items that draw electricity in your RV.  If a combination of these run at the same time, Your electrical circuit breaker may trip in order to protect your property.

When you first arrive at your site, you typically plug in your fridge and water heater. Then you turn on your A/C.  Combined with other electrical items eg. converter, microwave, stereo, lights etc. this can easily push your draw close to or over 30amps for a period of time.  This may cause the circuit breaker to "interrupt current flow after a protective relay detects a fault".

It is a good idea to add electrical items gradually, in order to manage the load, so that you don't create a situation that causes your breaker to trip.

EQUIPMENT AMPERAGE DRAWS
RV Converter (charging) 1-8 Amps
Lights (per bulb) 0.5 -1.5 Amps
Water Heater (6-gallon, heating) 8-13 Amps
RV Air Conditioner (Start-up) 16-18 Amps
RV Air Conditioner (Running) 13-16 Amps
Window Air Conditioner 5-10 Amps
RV Roof Fan 3-5 Amps
Ceiling Fan (low to high setting) 0.2-6 Amps
Oscillating Fan 0.5-1 Amps
Furnace Fan 7-9 Amps
Space Heater (1600 watts) 7-13 Amps
Space Heater (800 watts) 4-10 Amps
Refrigerator 5-8 Amps
Portable Ice Maker 19.2 Amps
Blender 5-6 Amps
Microwave Oven (Standard) 7-13 Amps
Microwave Oven (Convection) 7-15 Amps
Portable Pizza Oven 12.2 Amps
Toaster 8-10 Amps
Coffee Maker 5-8 Amps
Electric Kettle 6-12 Amps
Frying Pan (Cooking - High) 7-12 Amps
Crock-Pot (Cooking - High) 3-5 Amps
Crock-Pot (Warming) 1-2 Amps
Food Processor 5-8 Amps
Hair Dryer (High) 7-13 Amps
Curling Iron 0.5-0.7 Amps
Iron (High) 8-10 Amps
Washer/Dryer 140-16 Amps
Vacuum (Hand-Held) 2-6 Amps
DVD, Disc Player, Radio 0.5-2 Amps
Television HD, Digital 1.5-4 Amps
Satellite Receiver/Game Console 0.5-0.8 Amps
Computer (Laptop) 2-3 Amps
Chargers (small electronics) 0.5 to 1.5 Amps
Drill 2-6 Amps
Golf Cart Charger 13-21 Amps

Be Bear Wise

BEARS are dangerous.  Do not approach, do not feed and do not leave food or smells outside. This attacts more bears.  Wash surfaces with soap and water. 

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources has provided an excellent resource to help you with bear safety.

Bear Wise, Ontario MNR

Park Location:

Note:  The easiest way to find us, is to Google Canadian Tire or Walmart and head south for 700m, straight into the park gates.

Office Hours:

Seven days a week

8:00am - 9:00pm

Text: (807) 407-1697 for fastest service

All reservations are done through the online booking system.  We do not take reservations over the phone, by email or text.

Phone:(807) 467-2700 (note the office is very busy and the phone is often not answered)

Email: anicinabepark@gmail.com

For campers: the park gate is locked from 10:30pm - 6:30am.  There is no one available to open the gate after this time. The office closes at 9:00pm.  For arrivals after that time your slip and park information will be outside the Park Store exit door.  If you are booking please plan your travel realistically.  

We'd love to hear from you!

All reservations are done through the online booking system.  We do not take reservations over the phone, by email or text.