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  • Camping - Explore Ontario
    s paradise Whether you are roughing it or travelling in style we have camping and activities to suit all tastes Hiking trails abound including the renowned Bruce Trail Cycle rail trails and back roads or mountain bike more challenging terrain BruceGreySimcoe is a water lover s dream with beaches dotting our shorelines including the famed Sauble Beach and Wasaga Beach The fishing is fine here too Lake Huron Georgian Bay and Kempenfelt Bay teem with many species as do many inland lakes Private campgrounds in a variety of settings offer a wide range of services whatever your camping style www BruceGreySimcoe com Back to Top 8 Kawarthas Northumberland Make camp in Kawarthas Northumberland It really is the perfect way to enjoy this region of lakes rivers forest and butter tarts situated only a couple hours away from the Greater Toronto Area While you re here bring a canoe or standup paddleboard The opportunities for wet n wild wandering are wide For example if you find yourself camping and fishing in the Stony Lake area and you really should head over to Petroglyphs Provincial Park and check out the ancient First Nation rock carvings Peg stakers looking for something intense i e not in tents near Peterborough should pay a visit to the Canadian Canoe Museum for the world s largest collection of kayaks and kanus The Bobcaygeon area is another ideal place to hang your tent flap even if your name isn t Bob Kids of all heights will especially love the Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream outlet located just north of town ask for their world famous Moose Tracks flavour Of course no camping experience is complete without a butter tart Sorry s mores simply don t compare Fortunately with 37 bakeries serving some of the province s best tarts your campsite is never too far away from an ooey gooey filling fix Point your camping compass toward fun in Kawarthas Northumberland at http kawarthasnorthumberland ca land of 1000 perfect camping trips Back to Top 9 South Eastern Ontario The Great Waterway in southeastern Ontario offers much more than you would expect The region includes the unique towns villages and cities of Cornwall Brockville Gananoque Kingston Belleville and Quinte West and is laced together by the sparkling St Lawrence River the Rideau Canal the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario The region boasts an abundance of natural cultural and heritage riches that are a source of pride for the people who call it home It has pristine lakes rivers and beaches and vibrant towns and cities Curious day trippers couples and families looking for a special place for their vacation will have plenty to explore Whatever your passion or interest is you can experience the land water and people of the Great Waterway and let the local history come alive on your memorable journey For more information on the activities festivals events sights sounds and tastes that the Great Waterway has to offer visit www thegreatwaterway com Back to Top

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  • Camping - RV’ing 101
    a list of used Trailers for Sale in our Campgrounds click here TYPES OF RV S Travel Trailer Sometimes referred to as a conventional travel trailer a unit designed to be towed by a car van or pickup by means of a bumper or frame hitch Back to top Fifth Wheel Trailer A two level unit designed to be affixed and towed by a pickup truck equipped with a special hitch in the truck bed Back to top Folding Camping Trailer A lightweight unit with sides that collapse This unit is also referred to as a Fold Down Travel Trailer Pop up Trailer or Tent Trailer Back to top Sport Utility RV This unit is known in the industry as a Specialty Trailer It is a conventional or fifth wheel travel trailer with temporary living quarters in the forward section and compartment in rear for either horse s or vehicle storage Back to top Expandable Travel Trailers Known in the industry as a Hybrid Travel Trailer this is a conventional travel trailer with folding bunk ends Back to top Park Trail er Park Models Park Model Trailers are designed for seasonal use and generally are not moved once they have

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  • Camping - Be Safe While Camping!
    with no direct supervision May operate a boat with up to 10 hp 7 5kW Age 12 16 with no direct supervision May operate a boat with up to 40 hp 30kW Under 16 years of age regardless of supervision May not operate a PWC 16 years of age or older No horsepower restrictions These restrictions do not currently apply in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Remember that these restrictions are separate from the requirement for proof of competency and both must be followed This means that youth under 16 require proof of competency to operate any motorized boat supervised or not Safety Roles and Tips For Personal Watercraft PWC Use Finding the Right Flotation Device Back to top Hunting Fishing and Wildlife Outdoors Card and Hunting Licences To hunt in Ontario most residents need a hunting version Outdoors Card and the applicable licence tags or licences Ontario recognizes two types of resident hunters gun hunters and non gun hunters Gun Hunting The Class H1 Outdoors Card allows hunting with all the methods permitted under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act guns archery and falconry To qualify for a H1 Outdoors Card the applicant must provide proof of passing both the Ontario Hunter Education Course exam and the Canadian Firearms Safety Course exam Non Gun Hunting The Class H2 Outdoors Card allows hunting with all the methods permitted under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act except guns primarily archery and falconry To qualify for a H2 Outdoors Card the applicant must provide proof of passing the Ontario Hunter Education Course exam http www mnr gov on ca en Business FW 2ColumnSubPage STEL02 168421 html Outdoors Card and Fishing Licences Ontario residents need an Outdoors Card to fish in Ontario if they are at least 18 years old but have not reached their 65th birthday Carry Your Licence with You As a resident of Canada your fishing version Outdoors Card must have a fishing licence tag attached to it in order to be a valid licence If you are a non resident of Canada your basic licence form must be signed and have the appropriate licence tag attached to it to be valid Keep in mind that your Outdoors Card or non resident licence is not transferable it provides privileges to you alone Remember to carry it with you at all times when fishing If a Conservation Officer asks to see your licence the law states that you must show it http www mnr gov on ca en Business LetsFish index html Wildlife Please remember that you are visiting the animal s homes Please be safe and do not approach any wild animal You can also make sure to not leave any food around for the animals to eat Click on the following for tips on how to behave with wildlife Back to top Trailer Safety Trailers come in many shapes and sizes Pulling a trailer requires extra care and attention A trailer puts extra weight on your vehicle and increases

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  • Camping - Camping 101
    Buy firewood directly from the campground Pests in your firewood can destroy our forests Invasive insects and diseases can exist in firewood Moving untreated firewood even just a few kilometres to or from a campground or a cottage is a common way for invasive insects and diseases to spread You can help us protect our environment from the spread of destructive pests Don t move firewood or other types of wood from regulated areas This includes trees nursery stock pruned branches and logs Moving firewood from places where invasive insects and diseases have been found can be a violation of the Plant Protection Act with penalties up to 50 000 and or prosecution The Asian Long horned Beetle is a destructive pest which attacks hardwood trees including maple elm poplars birch and willow The Emerald Ash Borer EAB is killing ash trees in Ontario and control measures are in place to prevent its spread Native to Asia these beetles have no natural predators in Canada If allowed to spread they have the potential to kill millions of trees across Canada in our cities parks and forests Potential Impact These pests can cause trees to disappear from our forests cities streets and parks This can affect air and water quality as well as natural food sources It can deprive citizens of shade and animals of habitat while damaging private property and reducing land value For more information please visit the CFIA s website at http www inspection gc ca or contact the CFIA at 1 800 442 2342 For more information please click on the links below How to Identify the Emerald Ash Borer English How to Identify the Emerald Ash Borer French Emerald Ash Borer Information English Emerald Ash Borer Information French Back to top Camping Etiquette How To Ensure You and Other Campers Have a Great Experience Here are some simple guidelines to ensure that everyone has a great camping trip Do not walk through other campsites even if it would make it easier to get to washrooms or other park locations Keep your pet on a leash at all times Pick up after your dog Bring a scoop or plastic bag to pick up and dispose of properly Always fully extinguish your campfire when sleeping or leaving your campsite Not only is it dangerous and against most park regulations but the smoke can become overwhelming when a campfire is not maintained properly Be thoughtful when using a radio observe radio free zones and take the time to ask if the radio is too loud for your campsite neighbours Minimize noise around the campfire late at night Although everyone loves sitting around the campfire be courteous to other campers who may be sleeping Don t leave trash at your campsite The smell attracts wildlife while you sleep or leave your site Raccoons or other critters can be very noisy and will make a mess dragging the trash throughout the park Dispose of trash in the park provided garbage bins

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  • Camping - Santa's Whispering Pines Campground
    to Santa s summer home Located beside Santa s Village Sportsland Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial Park and the Muskoka River our award winning family style campground is best known for busy days and quiet nights under the stars With a focus on families our goal is to provide opportunities to create memories in our daily programs and onsite amenities Family camping in Muskoka at its best Amenities Accessible facilities Planned activities events Boating marina boat launch or docks Playground Cable TV at site Propane Controlled access Pull thru sites Credit debit cards Rec hall games room Dumping station or mobile Restaurant snack bar Group camping Store Hot tub Swimming indoor pool Internet hot spot Swimming lake river or beach Internet WiFi at site Swimming outdoor pool Laundromat Toilets pit outhouse Pet friendly Toilets showers comfort station Experiences In or Around the Campground Amusement park Boat rental non motorized Fishing Go karts Mountain biking Museum heritage sites Walking hiking trails Ziplining Directions From Toronto Take Hwy 400 N to Hwy 11 and follow to Bracebridge Exit at Hwy 118 the first exit into Bracebridge Hwy 118 W into Bracebridge through the first set of lights and across the bridge Turn L on Santa s Village Rd then follow for 4 km to the campground From the north Take Hwy 69 S to Hwy 169 to Hwy 118 E Follow Golden Beach Rd to the campground Special Offers JUNE EXTRAVAGANZA June 24 26 2016 10 per person Camping 25 per person Santa s Village ticket includes 5 Sportsland tickets rates are per person per night based on an unserviced tent site regular upgrade fees apply SANTAFEST 2016 July 8 10 2016 10 per person Camping 25 per person Santa s Village ticket includes 5 Sportsland tickets rates are per person per

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  • Camping - Desert Lake Family Resort
    sites available Overnight sites available Roofed lodging available Tenting available Hwy 401 exit 611 Go N 27 km on Highway 38 then 10 km E on Desert Lake Road Organized activities Rent hydro craft pontoon boats kayaks and canoes Lakeshore efficiency units 1 bedroom apartment style units newly upgraded and our beach house that will accommodate 18 We specialize in reunions and family fun Amenities Accessible facilities Planned activities events Boating marina boat launch or docks Playground Cable TV at site Propane Controlled access Pull thru sites Credit debit cards Rec hall games room Dumping station or mobile Restaurant snack bar Group camping Store Hot tub Swimming indoor pool Internet hot spot Swimming lake river or beach Internet WiFi at site Swimming outdoor pool Laundromat Toilets pit outhouse Pet friendly Toilets showers comfort station Experiences In or Around the Campground Boat rental motorized Boat rental non motorized Fishing Shuffleboard Volleyball Special Offers 2016 camping season Special 50 OFF Stay Save Book 2 or more nights of serviced or non serviced camping and receive a FREE NIGHT STAY for a future return date OR Book space in one of our many accommodations and receive 20 00 worth of aqua craft rental on us per room per stay Book today to ensure availability Come see all the great things Desert Lake Resort has to offer Call today for more information 613 374 2196 Waterfront Park Model for rent unit is brand new has nice waterfront deck sleeps 6 queen bunks and sofabed gas range in kitchen on nice private lot Unit can rent nightly 169 00 tax and weekly 990 tax Or rent it for the entire month Just pack your bags and move in Rates include power water and propane usage Call for monthly rates Book now we only have 1

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  • Camping - Ottawa's Poplar Grove Campground/RV Park
    Roofed lodging available Tenting available Welcome to Ottawa s Poplar Grove Campground RV Park our well established family owned campground in the city of Ottawa After enjoying a beautiful day in the city you can enjoy the quiet family camping atmosphere available at Ottawa s Poplar Grove Campground RV Park FREE heated INDOOR SWIMMING POOL Tents trailers RVs big rigs welcome Amenities Accessible facilities Planned activities events Boating marina boat launch or docks Playground Cable TV at site Propane Controlled access Pull thru sites Credit debit cards Rec hall games room Dumping station or mobile Restaurant snack bar Group camping Store Hot tub Swimming indoor pool Internet hot spot Swimming lake river or beach Internet WiFi at site Swimming outdoor pool Laundromat Toilets pit outhouse Pet friendly Toilets showers comfort station Experiences In or Around the Campground Baseball Basketball Golf mini Horseshoes Tennis Directions 20 min S of Parliament Hill on Bank St Hwy 31 From Montreal on Hwy 417 exit at Boundary Rd exit 96 go S 2 km 1 3 mi turn R W on Mitch Owens Rd 8 for 12 km 7 6 miles to Bank St Hwy 31 turn L S go 2 5 km 1

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  • Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show Friday Feb 19 to Sunday Feb 21 Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show International Centre http outdooradventureshow ca toronto

    Original URL path: http://campgrounds.org/Controls/CG_Events/Event.aspx?id=295 (2016-02-17)
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