Thinking of camping near Toronto?
If you’re new to Canada and you haven’t had much experience with camping, it’s time to get your game face on.
Camping is a brilliant way to spend a weekend in the company of good friends, food and of course nature. We’ve put together a little list for you of our favourite spots to go camping near Toronto.
Reminder to plan and book ahead, camping is a popular pastime!
Elora Gorge Park
The scenic Elora Gorge Park is nestled in the Grand River valley, with over 300 campsites to choose from. Elora Gorge Park is home to a 22-metre high cliff and it also has anything from tubing to trails, this park is the answer to any nature enthusiast. Pack the suncream for this one!
Camping near Toronto? With over 500 campsites on offer, as well as the sea and sand, what more could you want? Get ready for an EPIC weekend at sandbanks. It’s known for having the world’s largest bay mouth barrier dune formation as well as three expansive sandy beaches. Some say are among the best in Canada!
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Killbear Provincial Park
If kilometres of rugged, rocky shoreline mixed with numerous sandy beaches, beautiful views of rocky islands, and 6km of recreational trails for hiking and biking appeals to you, set your sights for Killbear Provincial Park. This gem is one for nature enthusiasts and those who want to do something a little different.
Biking, boating, fishing, bird watching, hiking and swimming, plus a good chance of some moose spotting. Algonquin isn’t Ontario’s favourite National park for no reason! This little gem is bound to be busy so make sure to book well in advance to secure your place.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park
Bruce Peninsula National Park offers superb semi-wilderness camping, in ideal locations to base your park adventure. Hiking, bouldering, swimming and just enjoying nature with friends. This is a must-visit!
Have you visited any other parks worth a mention? Let us know!
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