Did you know that you can reserve a group campsite online? Twelve parks in southwestern Ontario are participating in a pilot project aimed at facilitating group camping.
You can reserve group sites at these 12 parks through our central call center service or online as easily as you would at a regular car camping site.
Bronte Creek, Earl Rowe, Inverhuron, MacGregor Point, Point Farms, Port Burwell, Rock Point, Sauble Falls, Selkirk, The Pinery, Turkey Point and Wheatley Provincial parks have unique qualities that give group campers plenty to choose from.
Some parks are known for their spectacular beaches of the Great Lakeothers for their very close to Toronto or Niagara Falls. There is world class bird watching parks and parks that are fun for walk or ride a bike. There is even one with a golf course!
Why choose group camping?
Group camps are for large families or groups of young people camping in tents. (please note: there is no hydroelectric and trailers are generally not allowed). Group campsites are usually Located away from the usual camping sites.so they tend to be more private.
Group camping is Ideal for large families as it often makes more economic sense.. Everyone pitches in to make meal planning easier. Favorite family recipes are exchanged. You save money on food and even firewood, since there is usually only one campfire burning.
Your group can split up for the day. — some go to the beach, some curl up with a good book, and some explore the trails. But At night is when the group sites become magical. Picnic tables are placed from one side to the other. Delicious food is served and everyone has a story to share. Cards or a board game by flashlight ends most days.
Here we highlight three parks with stellar group sites:
Port Burwell Provincial Park
For a group campsite with million-dollar views, try Port Burwell Provincial Park. The view of Lake Erie from site 402, high above the lake, is stunning. Large trees provide a nice canopy during warm weather months.
The site can accommodate between 25 and 100 campers and Although the beach is a good walk downhill, it is one of the prettiest on the Great Lakes. Family dogs also like this park. He pet friendly beach It is one of the best in the Ontario provincial park system.
Rock Point Provincial Park
The closure of Rock Point proximity to Niagara Falls (less than an hour away) makes it a great option for group camping. You can leave Rock Point after breakfast, spend the day at the falls, and still make it back to the park before dark.
Rock Point has three group campsites. Each has capacity for 40 people and has a fire pit and picnic tables. The water tap and flushing toilets are nearby, and the beach and park store are just a short walk away.
Brontë Creek Provincial Park
People love Bronte Creek, in part, because of its proximity. proximity to Toronto, which is only forty minutes away. Families with small children often camp here in tents.
The park has Four group campsites, each with a mini comfort station. and space for up to 25 people.
On the day-use side of the park (a short drive from the campground), you will find a Huge outdoor pool, five hiking trails showcasing the park’s natural beauty, and a kid-friendly farm (including live animals). Fun family events They are celebrated throughout the year.
Tips for booking
Take advantage of our five month booking window and book in advance to get the best place.
If you are not familiar with a park, examine your website to get an idea of what to see and do. In addition to campground maps, each park’s website lists amenities, activities and services. Many offer daily summer programming. that children, in particular, love