Camping in Ontario

Camping in Ontario. Ontario is a camper paradise due to the large amount of acreage withdrawn in provincial parks and natural attractions. Trailer campers can have their selection of beautiful settings because there is no mountain roads to negotiate so you can camp almost every campground across the province. Paved roads penetrate remote camps, allowing you the opportunity to experience a camping trailer Desert.
Algonquin Provincial Park, Whitney

Canada's provincial parks are plentiful in Ontario. Algonquin is a huge park with easy public access to a small section. Explore the interior of the park on foot or by canoe. Algonquin has thousands of Lagos. You can camp and portage between them, or pull your trailer in one of the camps along the corridor Parkway (Highway 60) and go hiking and canoeing trips of the day. Camps offer connections and bathroom amenities. Museums, outfitters and shops dotting the corridor. Select one of the trails along the corridor of 14 days. For example, the Beaver Pond trail is a relatively easy walk along a two-mile loop giving views of two beaver ponds. Pick up a printed guide track on the way. The park also has two bike trails.

Algonquin Provincial Park Whitney, ON Canada K0J M n 
Provincial Park Sleeping Giant, Lake Pass

Sleeping Giant perches on a peninsula jutting into Lake Superior. The terrain varies from high rocky bluffs and thickets of Green Lake. Campgrounds and RV campers to meet with trailer connections. Enjoy on its own trailer to sleep at night, explore the park and the lake per day. To complement the summer season, the campsite is open January to March skiing on 50 miles of trails for cross-country skiing or twist competitors the event of cross-country skiing Sleeping Giant Loppet annual.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park RR # 1 Pass Lake, ON Canada P0T M Campark Resorts, Niagara Falls

Pull one of the 400 sites Campark and be close to the Falls and other attractions. Take the shuttle to the city to avoid traffic congestion and parking challenges. Spend the day in the Park swimming and playing mini-golf or bingo. View of the waterfall at night to enjoy the spectacular colored lights.

Lane Highway 20 Niagara Falls, ON Canada L2E 6S n / a / 9387 Lundy's Campark Resorts
MacKenzie Tent & Trailer Park, Goderich

A quiet family campground Property with Lake Huron, MacKenzie obscure features 125 campsites, a sand beach, beautiful views and a family atmosphere.

MacKenzie Tent & Trailer Park n / a Mackenzie Camp Rd Goderich, ON Canada N7A 3 X n / a
Wild Goose Lake Campground, Geraldton

If you are looking for a secluded, quiet camping, pull wild goose for the night or week. Located in Wild Goose Lake, a few miles north of Lake Superior, the only sounds you'll hear are the ones you make or nature. They have around and pull through sites and free Wi-F

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