Rondeau is open for camping the first Friday in April and closes the last Sunday in October. Known for its outstanding birding opportunities and vast system of trails and roads weaving through protected Carolinian Canada. Campsites are located within a sparsely treed area so privacy may be an issue. Amenities such as water taps, comfort stations and laundry facilities are close by. Swimming, boating and the Park Store are only a short distance away. Reservations are recommended if staying over a weekend.
Sauble Falls is a smaller park with a range of campsites including some with electrical service. All sites are convenient to the showers and comfort stations. Spring and fall spawning runs for Rainbow Trout and Chinook salmon. Watch the fish struggle over each ledge of this cascading waterfall to spawn upstream. Park offers excellent fishing opportunities. This historic falls used to power a timber mill and generating station. Now flanked by immature forest, the falls are the end of the Rankin River canoe route – ideal for novice canoeists. (canoe rentals available).
Quiet campground with grassed campsites. Amenities include a central comfort station, which offers flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities. Water taps are located throughout all four campground areas. A small park store is located at the Park Office. Basic camping supplies, souvenirs, snacks, beverages, ice and firewood are available. Reservations are recommended.
The Toronto West KOA Campgrounds is a great location to visit for a weekend, or to serve as an overnight pit stop on a longer journey. Here, you can enjoy all KOA amenities including a solar heated pool, and Camping Cabins with air conditioning- a perfect way to unwind after a long day of biking! Local attractions in this charming country community include world-class hiking, rock climbing, and activities for all ages at six nearby conservation areas; a nearby slots casino and racetrack with harness racing; golf courses, restaurants, outlet malls, museums and antique shops throughout the region.
Ontario’s “deep south” provincial park – at the same latitude as Northern California! Campgrounds are situated among a tangle of creeks in a beautifully wooded Carolinian forest setting with a number of creekside campsites. Boosey Creek Campground provides a semi-wilderness camping experience with non-electrical campsites located throughout a series of camping loops. This campground is ideally suited for tents and cyclists. Some of the smaller loops only provide vault toilets but there is a comfort station with showers within an easy walking distance. Water taps are located throughout and a wooden foot bridge provides easy access to day-use and beach areas. The day-use area features two kilometres of sandy beach with picnic tables and firepits scattered througout. (first come first serve).