Tucker Lake is a small, spring-fed Muskoka Lake with only a few cottages and no motorized boat traffic, which is perfect to explore by canoe, kayak, or paddle boat.
Tucker Lake Camp is a 25-acre parcel of land wrapped around the southern end of a lake fed by a small creek. The west side of the park is wilderness while the east side has a long sandy beach, shallow entry into the water, swim platform, and dock for use by our seasonal campers.
We cater only to seasonal campers, with additional tent sites reserved for their extended family and friends. This format has produced a friendly community atmosphere where families know each other and vacation together.
The park has 48 serviced sites with 30-amp hydro, gray water pit, and potable water provided.
Your all-inclusive site fee includes parking for your vehicle, and use of the camp paddle or row boats.
Our facilities include a recreational center housed in our 100-year old barn, a children’s playground, and a recently renovated bathroom complex with showers.
We plan and organize new events and live music in the barn each year as well as: Pot Luck dinners, a Pancake Breakfast and a Canada Day fireworks display.
There is great pan fishing in our lake for the kids with even better and bigger fish to be had in the many nearby lakes.
The towns of Parry Sound, Rosseau, Port Carling and Bala are also close by with all the varied entertainment that they have to offer.
Seasonal Site fees: $3,400 plus tax. Various sizes and shapes of sites available.
Your site fee includes:
•30 amp hydro •Potable water •Fire pit •Picnic Table •Parking for your vehicle •Deck or sun room add on
Extra charge for: boat and trailer, full fridge, second structure
Pricing based on an average sized family of four people.