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We went to Morton Lake as three couples to camp for a couple nights. The sites right on the water were fabulous and the sites themselves were well cared for. This is a really nice place for families who have young children they may want...More
6 of us went out for a 2 night stay at the south sites. Not much you can write about a camp ground but I'll try my best.
Spots start at $17 a night aren't very secluded from each other. They also require a provincial...More
This is our third visit to yurt #2 and we love it! The yurt is big enough for our family of 4 and our dog. It's nice and close to the lake and lots of places to walk around and explore! Also there is free...More
Spent the weekend in Yurt 6. Very clean and spacious. The site was extra big with lots of room for the kids to run around. Beautiful view of the lake. A bit lacking in terms of privacy between us and the neighboring site. Despite the...More
We went for a day trip to Camp Morton. The yurts and campsite is beautiful but a day trip might not fulfill the expectations as its comparatively a smaller park there is not too much activity for a day trip except to enjoy a good...More
The 2016 Cabin Reservation starts March 21st. Details can be found on their website.If you are reserving online, you can only reserve 3 cabins. Each person that you are reserving for has to have a Parks Account and you have... More
The 2016 Cabin Reservation starts March 21st. Details can be found on their website.If you are reserving online, you can only reserve 3 cabins. Each person that you are reserving for has to have a Parks Account and you have to know their email address associated with it.
If you need many cabins for a reunion you may be better off calling them. Hope this was helpful!
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"Don't know about cabins or yurt camping. We were tent camping"