Date of Stay: June, 2009
In our 10 years of camping and RVing, I don't think we've ever been treated so badly. We rented 3 sites for our group, over a weekend. The park is quite nice in terms of landscaping, and the seasonal people are REALLY nice. The buildings are fairly run down, with the washrooms in poor condition, and the sites difficult to get into because of the poor layout. The site we were on had the sewer outlet at one end, with electric and water at the other! The absolute worst part of the whole experience was the poor customer service. The rules, which aren't indicated on the website, are extremely arbitrary and ridiculous. The gate closed at 7:30 p.m. on a Friday night - and when we told them that the rest of our group couldn't get there in time, their answer was that they needed to find another place to stay for the night, and they would lose their reservation and their $25 deposit. They also have an absolute NO visitor policy. Additionally, when our group was leaving, we packed up our site, pulled out, parked, and wanted to take the kids for a little swim. They told us we had to leave the premises! Just a very sorry experience all around.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
Predominantly a seasonal campground, it still makes a nice weekend getaway. Located on Lake Scugog, it's perfect for boating and fishing. Very well kept, bathrooms are clean, although the showers are pay. The transient sites are located on the boating canal, which makes for nice viewing while camping. They have a licensed restaurant on site, with live music on the weekend. All in all, it's a fun place to go.