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Shady Pines Campground is a very picturesque and clean family campground situated on 120 acres. You are blessed with a peaceful, serene and welcoming atmosphere with a friendly staff. Spacious campsites are nestled among gorgeous trees while a stream gently trickles along the edge of the campground.

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Shady Pines Campground,
11316 Petty Street,
RR 1 Ailsa Craig, Ontario N0M 1A0

Contact: The Schlegels
Phone: (519) 232-4210
Fax: (519) 232-4305

Shady Pines Campground
GPS Coordinates
43.115936,-81.545536

CAMPGROUND SERVICES
Administration:
Open: May 1 - Oct 13
Total Camp Sites: 190
Seasonal Sites: 150
Overnight Sites: 40
Electrical|Water|Sewage:150
Electrical|Water: 20
No Service: 20
Handicap Facilities
Controlled Access
Credit|Debit Cards
Tenting Area
Reservations
Pull Thru Sites
Pets On Leash

Fees:
Min.|Max. Daily:
$30.00|$34.00

Camping Facilities:
Recreation Hall
Sheltered Picnic Area
Picnic Area
Baseball Diamond
Games Area
Group Area
Dumping Station

Camping Activities:
Children's Events
Planned Events
Movies
Shuffleboard
Outdoor Activities:
Walking Trails
Cycling
Sports:
Basketball
Fishing
Table Tennis
Horseshoes

Rental Services:
Trailers

Swimming:
Outdoor Pool
Wading Pool

Miscellaneous Services:
Flush Toilets
Showers
Store
Laundromat
Drinking Water
Ice
Pay Phone
Playground
Handicap Facilities

Offsite Services:
Walk
Restaurant|Snack Bar
Drive
Propane Filling Station
Golf

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Fanshawe Pioneer Village
Delaware Speedway
Huron Country Playhouse
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Food For Thought:
The area was originally settled in 1835 by David Craig, who donated land for the Grand Trunk Railway station in 1858 on condition it be named Craig's Station.

However, another place with that name already existed, so the settlement was named Ailsa Craig after the witches' rock in the mouth of Scotland's Clyde River.

Now, in 1984 the organizers of Canada's first pari-mutuel turtle races were charged under the Criminal Code of Canada by the Ontario Provincial Police Anti-Rackets Squad with operating a common gaming house.

The races had been organized to raise money for a community centre whose grant had been reneged on by the government of the day.

In Ontario Superior Court in London, attended by busloads of supporters of the organizers, charges eventually were dismissed but not before the formation of the Ontario Rhinoceros Party at Ailsa Craig designed to oust the government responsible for the turtle trial.

The 27 party leadership hopefuls are believed to have set a provincial record. Subsequently, the Ontario Elections Act was amended to preclude the creation of political parties not large enough to field candidates in all provincial ridings.





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