Ontario’s Best Camping Sites

In case there is only one experience you can have in Ontario, you should go camping. The region is filled with campsites and all there is left for you to do is to pick one (or more) that you like. In fact, in order to really get to know the region, you should make the best of all the campsites that you can find.

Charleston Lake

Charleston Lake

This is one of the oldest campsites of Canada. There are 238 campsites and three different regions. In the park you can find seven hiking trails. Their length varies between a mile and six miles. During the summer there are numerous events to entertain both the children and the adults.

Algonquin

Algonquin

This has been the first national park of Ontario and it offers front-country and back-country campsites. In case you are a fan of wilderness, this is the spot for you to be. You can pitch a tent or park your RV, but in case you are looking for a more interesting experience, you should try spending the night in one of the yurts.

The Pinery

The Pinery

The Pinery Provincial Park is made of three different regions. The Dunes and Burley campsites can be visited during the summer while Riverside also offers some spots that can be visited during the winter as well. At Burley you won’t find electrical hookups, since it is the oldest part of the park.

Killarney

Killarney

If you like the mountains, you should know that Killarney Park features one of the most amazing mountain ranges. The artists have been so astonished by it that they pressured the authorities to turn it into a park. You can visit the campgrounds between May and March. One thing you should know is that there are no electrical hookups.

Sandbanks

Sandbanks

The most interesting thing about Sandbanks Provincial Park is that it is home to the largest freshwater sandbanks of the world. There are 549 campsites on the campground and there are some sites that can accommodate up to 50 people. You can choose from five campgrounds that come will all the needed amenities.

Bruce Peninsula

Bruce Peninsula

In case you are thinking about visiting Cyprus Lake, this is the campsite for you. If you have you heart set on this campground, you have to remember that you are not allowed to set a campfire. Except for showers, the campsite will offer you everything that you need during your stay.

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