Ontario's Bluewater regions have some of the finest waterfront or water accessible camping in the province. Campgrounds vary from private to conservation areas, provincial parks and national parks. Facilities are just as diverse - from basic wilderness sites to hard surface, drive-thru RV pads with complete services. Many campgrounds also offer boat rentals, recreation halls, sports facilities and planned activities for children. Site rentals also vary from daily to seasonal, for all clientele or family oriented campers only.
Highway 559 leads to Snug Harbour or Dillon, which are good launch locations for boating around Franklin Island. The island has starkly sculpted, multi-coloured rock and convoluted shorelines that form intriguing shapes. Wilderness campsites can be found on crown land surrounding the area. Snug Harbour lighthouse presides over the inlet while the Red Rock lighthouse appears as a squat fortress on a tiny island offshore. The hamlets offer fishing, marine services, cottage resorts and lovely beaches.
We offer clean, comfortable, modern housekeeping cottages from one to three bedrooms, all having a view of the river. All cottages have electric heat and wood stove, hot and cold running water and bathrooms. Each one is equipped with refrigerator, range, bedding, dishes and cutlery, pans, dish towels and satellite T.V. Bath towels are not included. For your convenience, we have in store groceries, tackle, baits and souvenirs. There is a fish cleaning house and freezing facilities for your catch, daily mail delivery, public phone and gas and oil for your boats. Laundromat, restaurant and bar
For a relaxing family setting amongst nature's majesty, come and join us at Fish Tale Cabins & Campground! Located on Wolseley River close to where it flows into the beautiful French River with its miles of scenic water, unpopulated shorelines and excellent fishing. Boat rentals and docking on site. Our housekeeping cabins feature fridge and stove, cooking & eating utensils, 3-piece bathroom, gas BBQ, fire pit and picnic table. Log cabins range in size from 1 to 4 bedrooms. Private Trailer & RV sites with beautiful pine trees and rock outcroppings are equipped with hydro, water
Hope Bay Campground is nestled on the Niagara Escarpment in South Bruce Peninsula. Enjoying nature's beauty has never been easier. Hope Bay offers the perfect cottage alternative, with its spacious seasonal sites and Bruce Trail at our front door. For those wishing adventure, Hope Bay's overnight camping sites are perfect for those summer vacations or weekend getaways. Whether you are camping in a tent or a trailer, we have just the right site for you as well as some trailers for sale. Hope Bay is located on Georgian Bay and has a beautiful shallow sandy beach that is perfect for the entire
On the Northeast shore of Lake Kagawong. Open and shaded camping sites, some pull through and tent sites. Serviced sites are equipped with water and electrical hook-ups. Centrally located showers, flush toilets, dump station and pump-out available. Completely equipped housekeeping cottage on the lakeshore separate from the camping area. Sandy beach, excellent swimming for children. Good fishing for bass, pike, perch and some pickerel. Boat launch, dockage and motorboats for rent. Bait, ice and convenience foods available in store.
A friendly welcome awaits you at Stanley Park, located on the southwest shore of Lake Mindemoya. Enjoy the ideal central spot from which to tour the beautiful Manitoulin Island. Swim in sunlit waters, some of the earliest swimming on the Manitoulin or bask on our safe private beach. Play a full game of golf nearby. Unwind while your children romp in our playground. Whatever water activities you choose to enjoy, Stanley Park offers a perfect location. Take advantage of our marina by bringing your boat to the island for sailing, fishing or water skiing. Barbecue your catch of the day and share
Mooretown Campground is located beside the Moore Sports Complex on the St. Clair Parkway, a scenic route of beautifully landscaped parks, trails and boating facilities maintained by St. Clair Township along the St. Clair River. The park features serviced tent and trailer sites under tall shade trees, a playground, planned children's activities and an outdoor swimming pool. Cozy bunk cabins are available for folks who do not have camping equipment. The St. Clair Golf Course is conveniently located behind the park and the adjacent Moore Museum also makes a great place to visit and explore. The
Highway 559 leads to Killbear Provincial Park with its beautiful sand beaches, campgrounds and picnic areas. A bicycle path runs the length of the park and the Lookout Trail offers stunning views. A nature centre and amphitheatre conduct interpretive programs and musical entertainment on summer weekends. The park also has a dog exercise area and beach for pet owners. The landscape epitomizes Georgian Bay’s eastern shoreline of sparkling water, and colourful rock outcrops bedecked by windswept pines. The coast is also famous for its scintillating sunsets over the lake.
Bruce Peninsula National Park encompasses an area primarily composed of limestone bedrock, yet it holds many diverse features. Marl rock fens and sand dunes are found along Lake Huron where most orchids grow and sunsets are among the best in the world. Towering cliffs, caves and cobblestone beaches make up the Georgian Bay shore where the views are most impressive. The park is home to wildlife such as Black bears, wolves, fishers, porcupines and Massasauga rattlesnakes. This is wilderness - campers should not leave food inside tents to avoid thieving animals! Several hiking trails begin at
Lake Huron Resort is a Family Vacation Summer Home Retreat offering all of the amenities of a traditional upscale, RV camping "vacation spot" in a gorgeous lake setting. The large, grassy lots have gravel pads and plenty of room to relax.Lake Huron Resort offers a list of amenities including a Country Store wth a gift shop, novelty candy, cold treats, novelty toys, beach supplies, groceries, RV supplies, firewood, ice, Wi-Fi, summer guest passes and so much more. Large washroom facilities, solar heated swimming pool, which is open to a fenced-in patio, laundromat, brand new large playground,
Located close to Sauble Beach and Wiarton on the beautiful Bruce Peninsula along the shores of Lake Huron, Red Bay Tent & Trailer Park is within walking distance of a number of superb beaches and exciting activities. When you’re not relaxing by the water or exploring the picturesque hiking trails in the area, you’re free to enjoy all the amenities at your disposal – as well as the friendliest service this side of Lake Huron. Red Bay Tent and Trailer Park offers the following and much more for your convenience: General Store including Swap & Go Propane
Oastler Lake Provincial Park, located on Oastler Park Drive, has a lovely beach for warm swimming in its sheltered, inland lake. Serviced campsites and picnic areas are available as well as wilderness walk-in sites. A wetland trail, dog exercise area, boat launch and canoe rentals are available. Motor boats are allowed on the lake.
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, located just off White's Falls Road 34, offers camping with showers, beaches, boat launches, trails and interpretive programs. The Gibson-McDonald canoe route links the park with the spectacular Three-Rock Chute and Georgian Bay.
Branton-Cundick Campground is located just north of Sombra on the St. Clair Parkway, a scenic route of beautifully landscaped parks, trails and boating facilities maintained by St. Clair Township along the St. Clair River. The park contains a children's playground, picnic pavilion and picnic area set among giant shade trees in view of the brilliant turquoise expanse of river. All campsites are serviced with water and sewer hookups. A boat launch provides easy water access for water sports and fishing. The St. Clair River Trail runs through the park and continues along the river as an off
Welcome to Uncle Steve’s Park and Cabins on beautiful Lake Manitou! Uncle Steve’s is a small, family friendly resort with a laid back kind of feel. Our aim is to give you a taste of what it is like to live on Manitoulin time! We offer 8 fully equipped housekeeping cabins with all the necessities of home. We also have over 50 seasonal trailer sites. Anglers can test their skills on hard fighting Small Mouth bass, large Lake trout, or catch a nice feed of perch. Those who prefer to just soak up the sun can relax on our sand beach. We offer aluminum boat and motor rentals,
Lorne C. Conservation Area is a nature lover’s delight and features a number of wildlife ponds and nature trails. This family campground includes 145 serviced sites, a swimming pool, visitor centre, playground equipment and much more. Take advantage of our $60 Buck Weekends (check out our website for the dates). The Lorne C. Henderson Conservation Area is located on Petrolia Line just minutes west of Petrolia.
Situated on 34 acres, along the beautiful shoreline of Lake Wolsey, on Manitoulin Island. We offer 12 clean, secluded housekeeping cabins with 2-piece bathrooms. All cabins have their own fire pit and rental gas BBQ. A central shower house is provided as well as a games room with pool table, TV and library. There is also a sports field for bocci ball, soccer etc., horseshoe pits and walking trails. Winged and 4-legged wildlife abound and can be observed near feeding stations. There is also an onsite beach area, marina, boat and motor rentals, pontoon boat charters and ice hut rentals.
Manitoulin Resort is a friendly, family resort with something for everyone.Guests can choose between deluxe housekeeping cottages or a campingvacation. In the spring, we cater to fishermen who fish for trophy laketrout as soon as the ice leaves the lake. Summer brings families to ourresort to enjoy a memorable vacation; whether in one of our deluxe cottages,or camping amongst the trees, memories are made here. In the fall the paceslows down, and we invite you to see the beautiful fall colours.WHAT TO DO?• Swimming and snorkelling in the crystal clear water of Lake
Kenorus is a family campground nestled among maturing trees located on Highway 21 between the quaint towns of Southampton and Port Elgin. The Campground is under new ownership and The Queenen Family welcome you to our great park. We feature a well stocked store, Wifi Hot Spots, Laundry facilities and new for 2016 a new Kenorus Kave for our younger guests to play foosball, basketball, air hockey or just lounge around with their own Wifi Access. The campground features fully serviced sites, picnic tables, firepits, pool, a new splash pad, recently expanded children's playground, showers, horse
Located near beautiful Lake Huron, between the Pinery Provincial Park and Grand Bend, Klondyke Trailer Park has been offering families the best in vacation camping for over 40 years. Owned and operated by the Kelders Family, the park boasts 3 swimming pools, a splash pad and large sun decks, all shaded by large palm trees. Kids can enjoy 2 playgrounds while Mom and Dad are on the tennis court. We also have a soccer field, basketball court and sand volleyball court. Weekends are full of activities, and family dances in the large pavillion are a blast. The large
THE TOP RATED PARK IN ONTARIO Come relax and enjoy beautiful, landscaped surroundings in Woodland Park Family Camping, one of the top rated North American camping parks. Located in Sauble Beach, a 5 minute walk to 7 miles of sandy beach on beautiful Lake Huron. Rated by Woodall's 5W 5W, Trailer Life 10/10/10. Family camping, paved roads, cement pads, indoor pool/whirlpool, high-speed Internet ($) at sites, planned children's activities, Bingo on Saturday Nights, big rigs welcome. 5 minute walk to downtown. Off-season rates.
The Municipality of Meaford Memorial Park is one of Ontario’s few waterfront campgrounds. This picturesque park boasts 400 metres of shoreline, a picnic area, playground equipment and a snack bar. Visitors can enjoy a miniature golf course and woodland trails. All of the trailer sites are either on Georgian Bay or a very short walk from Memorial Park’s very own beach. The campground has running water, showers, toilets and full service hookups. There are 135 sites serviced with hydro and water of which 63 sites have sewer, hydro and water. Open for camping from May 1- October 20
Since 1950 the Bennett family has helped to make families' vacation dreams come true and create cherished memories of this very special place. Evergreen Resort is a family resort situated on the sandy shores of Little Red Bay on Lake Huron, sheltered by the picturesque Fishing Islands, just 20 minutes north of Sauble Beach. Accommodations include 1-3 and 5-bedroom cottages and campsites. American Plan dining facilities prepare three homecooked meals daily with a set weekly menu. Fabulous recreation facilities welcome visitors to enjoy a games room, table games and reading in the
Grundy Lake Provincial Park has beautiful camping and beaches, including group campsites, drive-through sites for motor homes and secluded back country sites. The park contains old growth forest, trails and scenic lookouts and it is home to some rare species such as the Pink Lady's Slipper and Blandings Turtle. It has a nature display centre and operates guided hikes, canoe instruction and nature interpretive programs. All the park lakes are free of motor boats to keep them quiet and free of pollution. Canoe and boat rentals are located outside the park at the junction of Highways 522 &
Durham Conservation Area is located within the quiet Town of Durham along the scenic Saugeen River. Like all of Saugeen Conservation’s camping parks, the sites are large, spacious and tucked in amongst mature trees and woodlands. They offer the perfect setting for the ‘real’ camping experience! Durham has over 200 campsites, both serviced and non-serviced. Although the campground is located within town, it is private and quiet offering visitors a secluded location to enjoy their camping experience. Regardless of which site you choose, you’re never far away from the
Your home away from home for old-fashioned family camping! Green Acres, on sunny Manitoulin Island, is located on the North Channel in the bay of Sheguiandah. With pike, muskie, bass, perch, trout and pickerel in the waters, there's always a fantastic fishing adventure waiting for anglers. We have a fish cleaning station right beside the bay and all kinds of bait and tackle available. You will be sure to have a splashing good time on the beautiful beach. Over 20 of our sites are adjacent to the clean sand and water and there are plenty of shaded campsites for tents or trailers. New
The Dreamaker Family Campground is owned and operated by the Hofer family. The beautiful, quiet park makes the perfect get-away for the whole family with its heated salt water swimming pool, exciting playground, children’s wading pond, hay rides and many special events throughout the summer. Please check our website for our 2015 calendar of events: http://www.dreamaker-campground.com The park’s fun activity centres include an 18-Hole Championship Frisbee Golf Course, catch & release fishing ponds, pedal go-carts, canoe rentals, horseshoe pits, a basketball pad, soccer,
Located in the beautiful small community of Manitowaning on the corner of Queen Street and Michaels Bay Road, just 30 km north of South Baymouth where the Chi-Cheemaun ferry docks or 32 km from Little Current and the swing bridge. New family run business, completely renovated opening May 2012 has seven rooms, 2 trailer sites with 30-amp service, water and sewer hook-up and WiFi. All motel rooms are outfitted with a small kitchenette, bar fridge, microwave oven, Tassimo coffeemaker and a fireplace. Flat screen televisions with DVD players are in each room with WiFi and cable.
Well treed lots in a rural setting make Warwick Conservation Area the ideal campground for a quiet family camping outing. Warwick features 232 large serviced sites, offering serviced group camping, a swimming pool, playground equipment, and accessible trails. A wide variety of recreation activities are offered at our visitor centre throughout the summer. Warwick is especially accessible for our American visitors, only 30 minutes east of Sarnia and Port Huron. Located just 10 minutes off Hwy 402 at Warwick Village. Take advantage of our $60 Buck Weekends (check out our website for the dates).
Inverhuron Provincial Park has one of the most spectacular beaches and best sunsets in the world, with picnic and washroom facilities, a boat launch and camping May to October. The park also contains a 4,000 year-old aboriginal archaeological site and is developing an amphitheatre for interpretive programs. Native artifacts found in the park can be viewed at the gatehouse. An historic pioneer cemetery and lime kiln are located in the park. Scenic Drive Trail can be biked along the coast. The landscape along the Huron Fringe has interesting formations such as sand dunes, limestone outcrops,
Journey to the southern shores of Manitoulin Island and bask in the tranquil atmosphere of the scenic South Bay. Situated merely 1 km from the MS Chi-Cheemaun ferry dock, our family operated campground is easily accessible to campers coming to or leaving Manitoulin. Our amazing sunrises and sunsets will be sure to take your breath away. This is your destination for relaxation. Boasting 2,000 feet of waterfront, our shallow sandy swimming area is ideal for all ages. South Baymouth is also renowned for its salmon and trout fishing. We offer accommodations for RV’s and tents from overnight
"WHERE EVERY DAY IS A SATURDAY" Housekeeping, waterfront cottage/cabin rentals, 30-amp trailer sites, campground sites. Pet friendly, People friendly - Warning! No grumpy people allowed! Our hiking trail takes you across our property and through the forested hills of Honora Bay. Our prized location stands over quick drying limestone that almost always has a breeze off the water, which keeps the mosquitoes away. Black flies are practically non existent. At some 350 acres with 3800 feet of rocky Manitoulin shoreline, Silver Birches is a big place. We have 18 well spaced, one, two and
Green Haven is a beautiful 11-acre park located just 1 block north of Main Street in Grand Bend. It’s a short walk (10 minutes or less) to everything Grand Bend has to offer: downtown core, sandy beaches and world-famous sunsets, grocery/shopping, great dining/entertainment, golf and more! It is a very clean and quiet park with friendly and helpful staff. The majority of the park is seasonal with mostly a mature clientele and some younger families. All overnight sites have a picnic table and a fire pit. Green Haven is an authorized Northlander Industries dealer and offers on site
September 8-11, 2016 (Show dates: September 9-11) at Blyth Campgrounds and Community Centre Featured Antique Tractor: International Featured Antique Car: Ford Model T Featured Lawn & Garden Equipment: International Gas Engines Working display demonstrations Sawmill Threshing Machines Horse Demonstrations Corn Roast each night Lots to do for the whole family, Kiddie tractor pulls, Pedal tractor pulls Indoor and outdoor vendors & Flea Market Log Cabin with Quilting Demonstrations Thursday morning: Tractor Drive to Breakfast Thursday afternoon:
A. W. Campbell Conservation Area campground is nestled around Lake Morrough. Forested hills, 145 campsites and a meandering river provide the backdrop to an active area which provides a host of recreation opportunities including a swimming pool, boat rentals, mini-golf, playground equipment and nature trails. There is a full slate of exciting activities throughout the summer months. Take advantage of our $60 Buck Weekends (check out our website for the dates). Access is off Nauvoo Rd. just north of Alvinston.
Relaxing getaway A Frame Cottage with a large walk out deck overlooking a stocked trout pond surrounded by trees. Peaceful walking trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, nearby snowmobile trail and club house. Please note that the pond does not freeze over unfortunately there is no ice fishing. There is open area around the pond for tents and trailers if you have guests that want to join you with their own accommodations. Fully stocked kitchen and 3 piece bathroom. Sleeps 6, 2 bedrooms on upper level and queen size pull out couch on main level. Linens are supplied along with
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area (SBCA), is located along the beautiful Saugeen River. This hidden jewel is home to 185 spacious campsites tucked amongst a mature woodland. Quiet and scenic, this campground is perfect for anyone looking for a great camping experience. Saugeen Bluffs has both serviced and non-serviced sites, ready to accommodate everything from a simple tent to a modern RV. For those interested in canoeing or kayaking, SBCA is one of the main stops along the 100-km Saugeen River Canoe Route. SBCA offers many of the amenities of any campground, including outdoor pool,
MacGregor Point is one of the most unique natural places along the Lake Huron shoreline. A complex ecosystem unfolds at this all-season park on a seven-kilometre stretch of coast, just south of Port Elgin. Numerous hiking and cycling trails allow access throughout the park as well as the Gore Drain Trail link to Port Elgin. Park interpreters offer a full summer program of activities including guided walks by the shore and through silver maple swamps, cattail marshes, ponds, fens and bogs that reveal unusual inhabitants. A Ducks Unlimited wetland within the park augments the habitat for
You’ll find 75 acres of natural paradise less than two hours north of Toronto or 2 hours south of Sudbury in the heart of Georgian Bay Country, the world’s largest fresh-water archipelago - the 30,000 Islands. Settle into a spacious open or wooded site among windswept pines and nature at its finest. Feel the sun warm your soul by day, then gather by the fire and marvel at the “Near North” starry skies by night. ATV and nature trails are accessed directly from your site. Enjoy the heated pool, trampoline, mini golf, gift boutique, wagon
The 30,000 Islands are truly spectacular as the world’s most extensive lake based island chain. Its glacier-scoured, granite islands dotted by windswept pines, contain some of Canada’s most incredible scenery, delicate ecosystems with rare plants and animals as well as culturally significant marine architecture, historic sites and shipwrecks. Most of the islands may be visited since they are designated as crown land, provincial parks, Georgian Bay Islands National Parks or Georgian Bay Land Trust properties that are collectively protected for conservation and heritage legacy
Massasauga Provincial Park is a wilderness park that can be reached from Pete's Place in Blackstone Harbour, from Three Legged Lake or by boat from Georgian Bay. No camping is allowed at access points, but only at designated interior sites, most of which are accessible only by boat. Permits and canoe rentals are available at Pete's Place or Oastler Lake Park. Moorings and docks are available throughout the park. The park’s features include old growth forest, plentiful wildlife, incredible geology, a maze of islands and fabulous fishing. The park contains diverse features such as
Craigleith Provincial Park is a very small park tucked between Highway 26 and Georgian Bay, but it has a very convenient location west of Collingwood and just north of Blue Mountain Resort. The park has an intriguing, fossil shale shoreline, fishing, playground, picnic shelter, nature interpretive programs and camping. It also has a fascinating history as a former shale oil development. The shoreline is a favourite spot for Rainbow trout and salmon fishing in autumn.
Where friends and family meet...memories are made. French River Resorts Association members offer accommodations in resorts, wilderness lodges, housekeeping cottages, cabins, trailer parks, and campgrounds. Enjoy the French River Provincial Park, outdoor and Eco-tourism, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, camping, bird watching, star gazing, outdoor photography, biking, ATV motor sports, and golfing nearby. Experience fine dining with American Plan Lodges or prepare your own meals at cottage resorts. French River area is a paradise for outdoor adventures year
Pristine, sandy beaches, trails, breathtaking headlands, boat dockage, camping and cabins can be found on Beausoleil Island, part of Georgian Bay Islands National Park. The park also provides nature interpretation programs. Access is by private boat, local water taxi or DayTripper* park ferry from Honey Harbour. The park is also the gateway to Georgian Bay’s fabulous 30,000 Islands, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve that is unequalled in its beauty and biodiversity. It is the world’s largest fresh-water archipelago. The region contains the iconic, windswept pines, oak savannahs and
Cathcart Campground is located north of Sombra on the St. Clair Parkway, a scenic route of beautifully landscaped parks, trails and boating facilities maintained by St. Clair Township along the St. Clair River. The park has riverfront campsites, sheltered boat launch, a playground and a huge picnic pavilion in view of the gorgeous blue water of the river. All campsites have water and sewer hookups. The St. Clair River Trail offers safe, off road cycling and hiking all the way to Corunna. Located close to the USA-Canada ferry crossing in Sombra.
Tidy, rustic cabins....with electricity, inside & out, contain two double beds (bunk bed style or side by side), table, chairs, covered deck and a fire pit. Bedding can be supplied for a small fee. The cabins are interspersed among a lovely, shaded forest with plenty of privacy between neighbours. Unserviced, shaded campsites are also available in the forest. Central washrooms and showers are cleaned daily. The Variety Store and Gas Station provides firewood, groceries, snacks, lottery, camping supplies and clothing. This is a convenient and comfortable way to visit Bruce Peninsula
The Saugeen River has gained a reputation as the best family canoe route in Ontario. It has clean water and many idyllic swimming holes. It is navigable for 100 km. from Hanover to its mouth at Southampton and even further upstream when water levels permit. Rapids rarely exceed Class 1 or 2, which makes the river easy to paddle for beginners. Canoe and kayak outfitters are located in Hanover, Walkerton, Paisley and Southampton. The Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority maintains several parks in the watershed and there are numerous access points along the river. For a route map, call
Sauble Falls Provincial Park marks a series of limestone ledges that form Sauble Falls. On hot days, people often wade in the pools and cool off under the cascades. The park has a playground, campsites and a visitor centre that displays the history and ecology of the area. Trails lead through lush forest along scenic dunes with lookouts over the river. High sand dunes are also located north of the falls on the parkway, where children love to tumble down their slopes. The remnant of the water flume that once powered a pioneer saw mill, is visible on the north side of the falls. It is a pretty
Roth Park is a family run campground located 6 miles north of Wiarton on the east side of Berford Lake on the Bruce Peninsula. Sites are private and shaded. Private beach and dock. Washrooms, rec hall, playgrounds. Transient, seasonal, serviced and unserviced sites for tents, trailers and RVs. Trailer rentals available. See us on Facebook.
Point Farms Provincial Park once was the site of the grand Point Farm Resort hotel (1872-1915) that served over 1900 guests with up to 700 meals per day at its peak. After the resort's decline and demolition, the present park was founded as Huron County's only provincial park. It has beautiful, sandy dunes and beaches including a dog beach for pet owners. Facilities include a boat launch, picnic and campsites, two playgrounds, beach volleyball nets and a ball diamond. Three nature trails complete a 6-kilometre loop through the park. Interpretive programs and special events round out activities for visitors.
Brucedale Conservation Area is located on the shoreline of Lake Huron south of Port Elgin. This small gem is home to only 52 campsites, very much the way nature intended them, large and spacious. The entire campsite is located within mature hardwoods making for an excellent camping experience. This campsite has simple amenities but its popularity never wanes. Its small size provides an intimate camping experience without the hustle and bustle of the larger, more commercial campsites. In addition, for those who enjoy being on the lake, this location is well known for its beautiful
Welcome to Happy Hearts Park. It is our pleasure to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We have free WiFi, mini golf, shuffleboard, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball court and an in-ground pool. For your convenience, dishwashing stations help with your camping cleanup as well as garbage facilities and a Laundromat. We even have comfortable cabins for people who prefer "glamping" to roughing it. Can’t get your day started without coffee? Don’t worry - we’ve got it on all day at the store. Enjoy apple blossoms in May and apples in the fall throughout
Awenda Provincial Park offers a retreat to wild shorelines, scenic trails, pristine beaches and nature interpretive programs. The shorelines exhibit gigantic boulders with colourful patterns and shapes. Cyclists may also use the Bluff, Beach and Brûlé Trails. The Robitaille Homestead Trail leads to ruins of a pioneer farm and spectacular lookout over Georgian Bay. Kettle’s Lake has a sheltered beach, fishing, barrier free ramp access, viewing platform and canoe rentals. It is one of the few lakes in Ontario that contains Eastern Floater Mussels. The park has campsites and
We're located in the Bay of Islands on the north shore of Lake Huron. Besides a warm and friendly atmosphere, the Bay of Islands is home to year round fishing and some of the most beautiful scenery in the entire world. If you are an outdoors person or you enjoy some good old family fun, Hilly Acres has it all. Whitefish Falls is the home of trophy size Musky, Pickerel, Pike, Bass and Lake Trout. We offer clean and cozy, recently renovated, housekeeping cottages fully furnished with kitchens and modern facilities. All cottages have a 3-piece bath. All linens and towels supplied. All
Our Family Campground offers 220 campsites on Manitoulin's longest and safest sand beach. Campsites are private and spacious on dunes forested with birch, pine, poplar and cedar where our park is dry and virtually free of black flies and mosquitoes. Daily, monthly, seasonal camping rates and group camping are available. As a family business that has served people for over 50 years, we look forward to making your vacation a pleasant one. Friendly service is available in English or French. Services include electric and water hook-ups, central dump station and pump-out service. Free
Grand Bend Motorplex is a multi-purpose motorsport facility consisting of a ¼-mile Dragstrip, a ¼-mile high banked Oval track, a multi-circuit Road Course for cars & motorcycles, and a Moto-X facility. Operating from May to October. It hosts some of the largest motorsports events in the country plus open drag, moto-x, and lapping days for the public. With ample parking, VIP suites, tiered seating, pit area/campground with washrooms and showers, and a licenced food court, a trip to GBM is an outstanding day or weekend adventure. There are also tremendous opportunities
Located just off Highway 6, only 15 minutes from the South Baymouth ferry terminal. Trail rides through the beautiful countryside leave daily at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm & 4 pm. Ride to beautiful Lake Manitou for a sauna, swim and lunch. Enjoy romantic, horse drawn buggy rides through our scenic bush trails. Children will enjoy the pony rides and time spent with the rabbits, kittens, chickens, alpacas and ponies in the petting zoo. Visitors will love our miniature, "Wild West" themed buildings. Bunky cabins, tipi camping and a fire pit are also available.
North Channel View Trailer Resort is a newly developed trailer park situated in the center of Manitoulin Island with hydro and water hookups and sizable lots. The property overlooks the beautiful North Channel with easy access to your favourite fishing spot and access to four wheeler ATV trails. It is just minutes away from all necessities, grocery store, liquor store, convenience stores and beaches. There are three golf courses on Manitoulin Island with one being ten minutes away and the other two are thirty minutes away. There are many other attractions in the area to see: art galleries,
The best way to experience the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of Manitoulin Island is from the back of a horse! Honora Bay Riding Stable offers a Northern Ontario horseback adventure you won't soon forget; pony rides, summer day camps, various trail rides and overnight excursions on trails through the surrounding forests and hilltop fields along the Niagara Escarpment: Daily Trail Rides: depart 9:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30, 3:30 & 5:30 pm Renegades Trail: 1-hour, easy family ride over rugged hills with scenic views. The Bank Robber: 1-hour, limited availability for experienced riders
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