There are so many RV camping locations to visit across Ontario and, for newcomers to the RV life, it may seem complicated to choose the perfect place. So we asked RV enthusiasts to share some of their favourite RV campsites that you and your family can explore.
Enjoy Ontario’s Natural Landscape
Arrowhead Provincial Park, located north of Huntsville, Ontario, is in the heart of Muskoka. It offers beautiful and scenic adventuring.
Jason Dwyer has Arrowhead Provincial Park at the top of his list and says, “what makes it a special place is the pure beauty of the Canadian Shield.”
If you’re someone who enjoys natural scenery, this is one place you might want to consider.
“Love the waterfalls, rivers, and trails. Great privacy and big lots.” Lynda Maheu adds.
If You Enjoy History
Lorrie Felker puts Neys Provincial Park at the top of her must-visit list.
“The history is fascinating as it was a POW camp, so the interpretive centre is so educational.”
Located just west of Marathon, Ontario, Neys Provincial Park includes history and mysterious beauty. “The park is unique with its green moss on the trees due to moisture off of Lake Superior. Being right on Lake Superior is beautiful. When the fog rolls in, the park has a sense of uniqueness. I love this park!”
For Winery Fans
Who doesn’t love exploring Ontario’s natural landscape and getting to visit some of the finest wineries in the country? If that sounds like a dream come true to you, Nancy Yager suggests visiting Jordan Valley Campground.
Located in appropriately named Vineland, Ontario, Jordan Valley Campground “has everything we look for. Quiet and relaxing. And close to the wineries,” said Nancy.
Water Lovers Rejoice
If you’re looking to maximize your time on the beach, look no further than Blue Lake Provincial Park. Located northwest of Vermillion Bay, this park is highlighted as having one of Ontario’s most extensive natural sandy beaches.
Amber Wong says, “Absolutely beautiful beach for kids and adults to enjoy.” So if soaking up the sun is on your list, grab the sunscreen and your favourite bathing suit and be sure to book an RV campsite here!
Make New Friends
COVID-19 has changed our ability to be social for over a year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t meet new people safely.
If you’re looking to find a family-friendly campground and make some new RV friends, be sure to check out Oro Family Campground in Oro Station, Ontario.
Dorothy Hartley says, “What makes it so special is the wonderful park owners who are so helpful and friendly. And all of my fellow seasonal camping neighbours.” It truly is a family at Oro Family Campground!
For The Anglers
If RVing means packing up the fishing rods and finding the best fishing spots, you’ll want to check out Sturgeon Bay Provincial Park in Pointe au Baril, Ontario.
Chris says of the park, “There are great people and fishing.” Just do a quick Google search of the park, and you’ll see pictures of many happy campers catching some giant fish.
For Dog Lovers
If you can’t think of taking an RV adventure without one, two, or all of your four-legged friends, check out Port Burwell Provincial Park. This park, located in Port Burwell, Ontario, is both dog-friendly and beautiful.
Roger Amsinga says why he puts this park at the top of his list… “It is close to home, and the dog-friendly beach is included.” adding, “[it’s a] clean beach with lots to do in and around the park.” So, if Fido is joining your next RV adventure this summer, be sure to check out Port Burwell Provincial Park.
RV Campsites for Beautiful Sunsets
If you’re someone who wants to catch the long days and soak up the final rays of sunshine throughout the summer, you’ll have to check out these two RV campsites.
Adele Steele adds MacGregor Point Provincial Park as her must-visit park. She says, “It has beautiful sunsets, extensive trails, and cute little painted rocks at each campsite!” making it a fun place to book, just outside of Port Elgin, Ontario.
Another option is the aptly named Sunset Cove Resort, near Roseneath, Ontario. Morena Zaldana recommends it. “You have a view of the sunset from everywhere in the campground.”
Tubing the Day Away
If being close to the water and enjoying all that a park has to offer sounds perfect for your family, you may want to consider Saugeen Springs RV Park in Hanover, Ontario.
Rosemary Villa shares her experience, “The river runs through it, and families can enjoy tubing. Plus the owners of the park are fabulous.” What would be better than enjoying a nice long tubing adventure on a hot July day?
For Those Who Want Peace And Parties
Located in Sherkston, Ontario, Sherkston Shores comes highly recommended by RV enthusiast Gayton Fairfield. He shares, “Our family has had the privilege of spending many summers here until this past year. Sun, beach, friends, and fun. It can be peaceful and quiet or party time!” making it a perfect spot to relax and unwind and have fun.
With so many places to book for your next RV adventure, you’re sure to find the perfect place to have fun, relax and make the most of summer 2021 in Ontario. If you’re in the market to find the best price on RV insurance, be sure to check us out and connect with our brokers at Bryson Insurance!
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