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Old 03-21-2015, 02:39 AM   #1
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good places to go in southern Ontario?

Just got a jayco x17z and looking for some good ideas of places to take it. Any one know any up here in Canada
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Old 03-21-2015, 04:32 AM   #2
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Well there are lots of great public and private campgrounds. Some of our favourite provincial parks in Southern Ontario are Pinery, Point Farms, and Rondeau. Pinery books extremely fast and I think it already has weekends booked full into Aug.
If you have kids, we went to Bissells Hideaway last yr and our kids had a blast. Our Ponderosa near Ipperwash has water slides. We are booked at Emerald lake in Punslinch this summer and it advertises a unique on lake waterpark. Campers Cove near Wheatley is another favourite of friends of ours although we haven't been.
campinginontario.com is a great website to find private campgrounds. And of course Ontario Parks website for the provincial parks.
Have fun, I know we are still hunting for different campgrounds to visit this year.
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We liked our stays at Fanshawe Park in London, Bingemans in Kitchner and Scotts at Niagara Falls..
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Sherkston Shores about 20 min from Niagra Falls, big campground, access to Lake Erie, a quarry in the Campground, a water park and lots of bicycle trails.
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Stay away from Campers Corner RV Campground (formerly London/401KOA). We stayed there one night last summer as we were passing through, and glad we weren't staying longer.
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Thanks for the ideas. Some new names and some from when I was a kid
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The Pinery is great. I like Sherkston Shores too, but it is busy, not so natural. Six Mile Lake is excellent, and Carson's Camp at Sauble Beach.
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We love taking the kids to Jellystone Niagara. Another favourite in Jordan Crossing is Dressell's. We spend weeks down near Sarnia at Lakeview Christian
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Totally depends on whether you want a "natural" park or one with a lot of amenities.
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I always have to laugh when choosing parks of natural vs amenities when we pull into a site with trailers that consist of microwaves, hot water, toilets, tv's, DVD players, satellites, etc.
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Two more places to consider -- MacGregor Point Provincial Park and Inverhuron Provincial Park.
Inverhuron has the better beach, MacGregor has trails, more space between sites, and a so-so beach, although is close to the nice Port Elgin beach.
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