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Gorgeous Camping Places to visit in Toronto and Surrounding Area

Glen Rouge Camping

Glen Rouge Camping is Toronto’s only campground. It’s a popular place to visit because of its proximity to the city. Bring your family and friends to enjoy the rich natural, cultural and agricultural heritage of Canada’s first national urban park. Glen Rouge Camping offers a variety of activities for everyone. Here you can enjoy a long walk through the various hiking trails and sandy beaches, your kids will spend hours and hours on playgrounds and more.

3291 Stouffville Rd, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 7X5 (View Map)

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Cedar Beach Resort

Only a short drive from Toronto and you are at the Cedar Beach Resort. Whether you are looking for a place to spend your weekend or the whole season this is an ideal option.

As stated on the website, Cedar Beach Resort is situated on the shore of Musselman’s Lake where young and old alike can enjoy a variety of activities, such as: swimming and sunbathing on a two-tier beach; kayak, hydro bike and paddle boat; canoeing and fishing and more.

15014 Ninth Line, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 7X3 (View Map)

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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is a true family-friendly resort where you and your kids will have the best time of your life. This camp-resort offers over 50 campsites that have individual character, some shaded and some more open. For those who prefer camping in a tent, this park has separate tenting areas, including large tent sites with electric and water service.

As stated on their website, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park & Camp-Resort has been awarded the prestigious Pinnacle Club Award by Leisure Systems for more than 12 years running! This award is presented to Parks that rate 95% and higher on the inspection of their facilities and operations.

3666 Simcoe County Rd 88, Bradford, ON L3Z 3K6 (View Map)

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Milton Heights Campground

Milton Heights Campground is a family-oriented place located in 40 km of Downtown Toronto. It’s open year-round and perfect for seasonal and transient stay. Bring you family and enjoy a great weekend in nature.

According to the website, they are central to many popular cities and attractions for those looking to visit Toronto, Niagara Falls, and surrounding areas.

8690 Tremaine Rd, Milton, ON L9E 0E2 (View Map)

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Bronte Creek Provincial Park (camping area)

In Bronte Creek Provincial Park there is a great camping area that offers family camping experience – from tents to large RV’s. Here you can choose between treed, well-shaded and open area sites. During the summer season, the 1.8 acre outdoor pool is open and waiting for you.

As stated on their website, there are swing sets, playground equipment, walking trails, and bike paths in the campground. There are children’s programs, campfires, guided hikes and natural and cultural programs from May until the end of September.

3201 Upper Middle Rd W, Oakville, ON L6M 4G5 (View Map)

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Toronto West KOA Holiday

As any great camping place Toronto West KOA Holiday offers a variety of tent and RV sites, camping cabins and deluxe cabin accommodations. Here you can enjoy family-friendly activities, such as a heated pool, playgrounds, mining adventure, camping kitchen, theme weeks and more.

According to the website, world-class hiking, rock climbing, and other all-ages outdoor activities at seven nearby conservation areas along the Niagara Escarpment – year round!
A neighboring slots casino with standardbred harness horse racing at the Mohawk Racetrack!
Multiple golf courses, restaurants, farms, museums, antique shops and more throughout the region!

9301 Nassagaweya 2nd Line RR #1, Campbellville, ON L0P 1B0 (View Map)

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Pinery Provincial Park

Pinery Provincial Park is a home for over 757 plants, 325 bird and 60 butterfly species, freshwater coastal dunes. Here you can walk in the largest protected forest in southwestern Ontario.

As stated on the website, the recreational opportunities in Pinery are equally diverse – 10 km beach; 10 nature trails; a 14 km bike trail; 38 km of ski trails; canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding; fishing; cycling; and one of the largest year-round interpretive programs in Ontario.

9526 Lakeshore Rd, Grand Bend, ON N0M 1T0 (View Map)

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Killbear Provincial Park

Killbear Provincial Park is a perfect place for those who want to relax at campfire and enjoy long walks in nature. It offers campsites in a five minute walk from the shoreline. It is available for all types of camping equipment.

As stated on the website, it also offers kilometres of rugged, rocky shoreline mixed with numerous sand beaches; 6 kilometres recreational trail for hiking and biking; visitor centre; sailing and windsurfing conditions and more.

35 Killbear Park Rd, Nobel, ON P0G 1G0 (View Map)

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