When most of us think of camping, we envision a romantic setting but for some of us it's about grabbing the family and enjoying the weekend at a campground. Still others venture into the unknown wilderness in search of adventure for extended trips, enjoying dinner over a campfire while listening
to the haunting call of loons and howls of coyotes.
With or without friends and family camping brings out the best in everyone, and there's simply no better place to enjoy camping than Ontario.
Camping by description may also be applied to those who live outdoors out of necessity or desire (homeless) or for people waiting overnight in (queues). There are also those whose choice is to camp closer to their car (car camping) with a tent have access to portable hot water, tent interior lighting and technological changes to camping gear.
Some would consider the elite campers those that camp in recreational vehicles (RVs), where options include air conditioning, bathrooms,kitchens,showers and home theaters. Other vehicles used for camping include touring bicycles, boats, canoes, using pack animals and even bush planes, although backpacking is a popular alternative.
Tent camping sites often cost less than campsites with full amenities, and most allow direct access by car. Backpacking is a mobile variety of tent camping.
Experience is the key to being a good camper and the benefits are rewarded in the skills learned in building
fireplaces, fires, as well as the art of cooking and erecting pot holders and always be being prepared for rain. Camping whether it is done in a tent, trailer or rv is one of most prominent activities in Ontario in the summer.
We are sure you will find a campground that suits your needs from our directory. Many campgrounds, trailer and rv parks have additional information which include features such as fishing, swimming, boating, tennis, golf, volleyball, basketball and much more.
We have attempted to give you as much accurate information as possible for each campground, rv, trailer or park. Many of the sites listed include a map for directions and a overhead satellite shot (somewhat outdated).
Information provided for each campground, rv, trailer or park is provided as a guideline, please, contact the owner for details. Just visit one campground, trailer or RV Park
and once you sit back and relax, you won't want to leave.