August 26, 2019

Large RV resorts and campgrounds dot the Ontario countryside and there's no shortage of unique experiences to be had when you choose to camp in Ontario.
At CanaDream, we love to encourage our Guests to experience Canada at their own pace with one of our RV rentals. Experiencing Canada is a fairly tall order, since you can find CanaDream RV pick-up and drop-off locations from the Yukon to Nova Scotia, and you may not know where to explore first.

To that end, we’re going to help you narrow down your options for traversing Canada in one of our RVs. Here we discuss the top 11 Ontario Campgrounds that you can enjoy from the comfort of a CanaDream RV. In Ontario alone, you can find some of Canada’s most scenic outdoor locations right alongside attractions such as museums and golf courses. If camping Ontario is on your bucket list, you need to check out this collection of the province’s best campgrounds.

Haliburton Forest Campground
Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve is a privately owned forest in Ontario’s Haliburton County. If you’re looking to narrow down your list of some of the best camping in Ontario, Haliburton should be right up there. The 100,000-acre forest offers numerous semi-wilderness campsites on nearly two dozen of its 100 lakes. The sites themselves offer the bare bones of camping. Each site is sequestered away from neighbors and offers only a picnic table, fire pit, and outhouse. But the Haliburton Forest also offers a number of activities for campers to enjoy, including hiking and running trails, bass fishing, guided canopy tours, and the fascinating Logging Museum. With a CanaDream RV at your disposal, you’ll want to stay in Haliburton for an extended period to take full advantage of its amazing outdoor appeal.

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Photo courtesy of Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve
 

OWL Camping & Rafting on the Ottawa River
For those of you looking for a bit more blood-pumping action on your camping trip, we recommend OWL Camping and Rafting on the Ottawa River in Ontario’s Foresters Falls region. Experience all the intensity of whitewater rafting alongside the homey luxuries of the nearby resort facilities, where you can get breakfast buffets and steak dinners, access the beachfront, and, of course, stay overnight in your RV. OWL camping and rafting on the Ottawa River offers Ontario campers something different for their outdoor adventures.


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Photo courtesy of OWL Rafting on the Ottawa River

Bingemans Camping Resort
Bingemans Camping Resort, located along the Grand River near Kitchener, offers campers the best of both outdoors and city life. The resort’s campgrounds are ideal for staying overnight in your RV and holding scouting rallies, picnics, reunions, and other group activities. The resort’s grand-scale attractions include Bingemans Big Splash water park, Hole in Fun Mini Golf, and Flag Raiders Paintball. With premier camping sites and more than enough for any group to enjoy in a week-long stay, Bingemans is right up there among the Ontario campgrounds you just need to visit in a CanaDream RV.

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Photo courtesy of Bingemans Camping Resort

Booth Landing Camping & Cottages
A kind of opposite to the extravagance of Bingemans is Booth Landing Camping & Cottages in Powassan, Ontario. The site offers 45 acres of forest at the edge of Wasi Lake. Booth Landing campsites offer space for your RV, or you can enjoy the outdoors from one of the location’s many fully equipped cottages. Activities at Booth Landing are pure nature. They include fishing access, trails for hiking and ATVs, and a sandy beach. Get back in touch with the natural world with a few nights at Booth Landing Camping & Cottages.

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Photo courtesy of Booth Landing Camping & Cottages

Quinte's Isle Campark
Next up on our list is Cherry Valley’s Quinte’s Isle Campark, a recreational resort for adults and children of all ages. The resort of course features everything you’d expect in such a place. In addition to serene areas for RV camping, you can also stay in on-site cottages and trailers, visit the water park and Olympic-sized pool, take in the sights and sounds in the outdoor sitting areas, and play volleyball and basketball. With plenty of space devoted to walking and biking trails, and boating available on Lake Ontario, Quinte’s Isle Campark has just the mix of natural and city life you’re looking for in a family camping resort.

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Photo courtesy of Quinte's Isle Campark

Almenara en el Rio, Marina & Campground
Located along the North Channel of Lake Huron in Spanish, Ontario, the Almenara en el Rio Marina & Campground offers spacious lots for RV camping right along the waterfront. The marina gives campers access to plenty of fishing opportunities from the boat launch. Pick up some tackle and live bait from the on-site convenience store before heading out for bass, rainbow trout, catfish, and other fish. Whether it’s fishing, boating, or wandering the grounds, Almenara en el Rio Marina & Campground presents campers with plenty of opportunity for enjoying the outdoors.

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Photo courtesy of Almenara en el Rio, Marina & Campground

Summer House Park Resort
Summer House Park on Bruce Peninsula’s Miller Lake has something for everyone in its 85 acres of hardwood forest. Enjoy ample space for RV camping, with power and sewer hookups, picnic tables, washrooms, and more than enough nearby trails for hiking. Set up your RV at a waterfront campsite and then go enjoy boating on Miller Lake, with canoes, kayaks, and more available for rent. Those campers who don’t go for the RV lifestyle can also rent two- to four-bedroom cottages on site for maximum comfort.

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Photo courtesy of Summer House Park Resort

Our Ponderosa RV Resort
If it’s supreme relaxation and luxury you’re looking for with your RV camping, look no further than Our Ponderosa Cottage & RV Resort in Lambton Shores, near Lake Huron. Overnight RV campsites abound at this family-friendly vacation spot, and all RV campers can also enjoy full access to the resort’s amenities. These include nine-hole golf, mini golf, a heated pool, playgrounds, recreation hall, sports courts, beach access, and so much more.

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Photo courtesy of Our Ponderosa RV Resort

Jellystone Niagara Camp Resort
Vacations are nothing if you don’t bring the family along! And with that in mind, you really ought to head to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort. RV campsites have electric, water, and sewer hookups, or you can rent any of the rustic on-site lodges, which include all the amenities and other comforts of home that you could want. Jellystone is located minutes away from the famous Niagara Falls, where you can travel on a shuttle offered directly from Jellystone. Meanwhile, activities at the park itself include a heated swimming pool, playground, an inflatable trampoline, mini golf, arcade, large fire pit, recreation hall, and so much more! Pack up the family and stay for a while at Jellystone!

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Photo courtesy of Jellystone Niagara Camp Resort

Saugeen Springs RV Park
Head over to Hanover, about midway between Toronto and Tobermory, to experience Saugeen Springs RV Park. Overnight camping is available in your tent or RV. Use the campsites along the Saugeen River and elsewhere as bases for your daily adventures. Depending on your tastes, these may include tube floating down the Saugeen, hiking, visiting the petting zoo, and visiting the nearby shopping, waterfalls, golf, and so much more! Saugeen Springs RV Park really is a hidden gem for all those outdoors enthusiasts who have rented an RV in Ontario and need a secluded spot to camp with it.

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Photo courtesy of Saugeen Springs RV Park

Wesley Clover Parks Campground
Last on our list is Wesley Clover Parks Campground, located just a few minutes outside of Ottawa. Wesley Clover Parks is the perfect getaway from that bustling city life. Campers have a few options depending on the level of camping experience they want. RV and trailer sites are available, as well as cabins with some basic amenities and plain old tent sites with nothing but a picnic table and fire pit. That’s the overall aura of Wesley Clover Parks: nature to the fullest, with activities including horseback riding, a soccer field, and trails for hiking and skiing.

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Photo courtesy of Wesley Clover Parks

Camp in Ontario with a CanaDream RV
There you have it. Eleven of the top spots across Ontario for you to take your rented RV this summer. If you want to experience Canada’s wondrous and massive natural areas at your own pace, in your own way, let CanaDream provide you with the means of doing just that. Sign up for our CanaDream Club and receive a 10% off discount when you stay at these wonderful campsites! With numerous styles of RV to rent or purchase, CanaDream is your gateway to a perfect escape from the demands of urban life.

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