Fancy some time in the great outdoors, without straying too far from home? Check out these local campgrounds:
Darlington Provincial Park A short drive east of Oshawa, this campground is great for beginners. There are three different campgrounds to choose from, and sites to accommodate all types of camping equipment, from tents to large RVs and trailers. Campers will also find flush toilets and showers, a sandy beach, and a Park Store that sells camping supplies, groceries, and, of course, ice cream. Find rates here. 1600 Darlington Park Rd., Bowmanville.
Rouge Park Campground Located on the very outskirts of Toronto, the Glen Rouge campground is currently managed by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, but is transitioning to become part of the Parks Canada family. On the banks of the Rouge River, it’s easily accessible by both the 401 and the 407 highways. The campground includes a sandy beach, children’s playground, hiking trails, showers, washrooms, and accommodates tents, trailers, and RVs. Check out the rates here. 7450 Kingston Rd, Toronto.
Cedar Park Resort Head east to Bowmanville where families can find camping for tent-trailers, trailers or RV sites by the night, by the week, or by the month (sorry, no tent camping here). Facilities include access to the resort’s water park (excluding large slides and mini golf), snack bar, picnic areas, washrooms, and laundry. Find rates here. 6296 Cedar Park Rd., Bowmanville.
Did we miss your favourite campground? Let us know in the comments!