Farley Hill National Park
They are doing a great job keeping bears out of the camp. Highly recommend this campground. The highest mountain in the range is Angilaaq Mountain , 1, m 6, ft , located near the island’s centre. Navy Board Inlet’s coastal cliffs rise to m 1, ft.
Sirmilik National Park
Wmrcole wrote a review Aug Chapel Hill, North Carolina19 contributions5 helpful votes Excellent campground Very nice campground on the west side of the park, amphitheatre with ranger programs, very close to apgar visitor center, nature center, and village with camp store, restaurant, etc. We went online in early February and there were only three sites left for the first week in August.
Don’t try coming here without a reservation it will ruin your day. We had B64 and B Only two tents allowed per site. B66 was a little bigger with room for a big and small tent and there is a trail running between them to give you a lot of separation. In Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt back of B64 you were closer to the creek and could see it down the hill.
I liked being on the back side of the loop as there was nobody Farley Hill National Park us. Dumpster was right across from us, water to the left and bathrooms close enough to the right. Bathrooms have running water which is nice cold water.
Never did use the showers. We swam every night in Lake McDonald, being from Minnesota we’re used to cold water but it was not too bad. Not like the glacier fed lakes or creeks. Store your food correctly and the Rangers will stay out of your business. They are doing a great job keeping bears out of the camp. We were in tents Farley Hill National Park did not feel the least bit in danger.
Very clean and well kept. Highly recommend this campground.
In the north of Baffin Island, there is a polar maritime climate which means long, cold winters and short, cool summers. B66 was a little bigger with room for a big and small tent and there is a trail running between them to give you a lot of separation. Dumpster was right across from us, water to the left and bathrooms close enough to the right. The island’s north shore faces Lancaster Sound , a polar bear maternity den area, also noted for its high concentrations of marine wildlife.