Bainsville Ontario Campgrounds
10 RV Parks near Bainsville, Ontario
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Finally a campsite with elbow room! Our pull through site was level, about 40 feet wide, with nice tree cover. Nice to have some space and some privacy. Tired of RV parks where the next trailer's slide out is almost under your canopy and you feel like a sardine.
Not here with children, but this park is well equipped with a children's playground, playing field and a large pirate boat!
Park is well maintained and owners are very pleasant and helpful!
Above said – if train whistles in the night bother you, I would avoid this park as there is an active rail line a few kilometers away. - Doug RV
Aug 2014 - $68.00
Recent reviews are accurate. Very friendly and accommodating. We were only staying overnight, and so the price was too high for us, but it's a very nice clean camp with many activities for all ages. We would not stay again for an overnight stop, but for those wanting to stay and visit the 1000 island area it would be fine. - 36' Titanium
Jun 2012 - $36.00
Started camping this year. This was the second site we had tried and the one we have liked the best. People are so friendly. Owners do want to please. They have tons of activities for kids. It's so welcoming and family oriented. We will definitely be going there again. - melspring25
Sep 2013 - $38.00
This past weekend my family and I spent the weekend at in the non-serviced sites by the water (422). The view at this site was amazing! This came with a premium of extra $$$ per night which is fully understandable. What is unacceptable was the pile of rubbish that was within 100ft of our campsite. At first I thought it was just a large pile of wood to be burned in the off season. However upon closer inspection I saw there was garbage bags, old furniture, and even baby diapers within the pile. I find this disgusting and I feel that this should not be considered acceptable at any campground, especially when paying a premium. Second issue was on the Saturday night there was some sort of volunteer party being held on site. This party went on until 2 am with loud music and screaming that could be heard from our site. What was even worse was to arrive at the men's bathroom the next morning with my son only to find what i believe to be vomit in one of the urinals. Overall we had an enjoyable weekend but due to the above mentioned negative points I would not consider coming back. Very beautiful campsite but what I witnessed this weekend makes me wonder about respect for fellow campers. - highguage
Jul 2014 - $41.00
We primarily chose this campground for a weekend getaway due to its proximity to Montreal. You can’t beat a drive of about an hour! The campground is well laid out and has a choice of primitive sites as well as those with power and others with both power and water. Ours had both and the rate reflects this. There are two playgrounds and some organized activities for younger kids. The views of the St. Lawrence, the ship traffic, the south shore of the river and the foothills of the Adirondacks on the horizon are spectacular. One downside was the train horns at night. We ran our ventilation fan the second night and that helped. Also, although they do their best to clean it up daily, there was Canada Goose poop on the beach. Lastly, while swimming, the kids and I went out too far (beyond the sandy area) and cut our feet on zebra mussels, which we didn’t know were a hazard! We reported it to the friendly and helpful staff and they posted warnings right away. Despite these hitches, we'll certainly go to this campground again. - Hit The Road
May 2010 - $40.00
We visited this Provincial park in May. It was still too cool for the beach. The campground features many shaded camp sites as well as those that are more exposed. Like most Ontario Provincial parks, there are no full hookup sites. The centrally located dump station offers easy access. The campground is located along Lake St Francis where there is lots of fishing. The premises were clean and well maintained. Since it was early in the season, we were practically the only ones there. That was great. The bicycle path just outside the campground takes you out to some very picturesque areas. We have come to this campground several times and enjoy each visit. - dmfcamper
Jun 2017 - $38.00
The sites were right on the river, very nice. Showers require quarters so we didn't use them, we were in just for the night. Friendly staff. Grounds were east to get into from the road. - MCHug
Aug 2014 - $27.00
This campground was easy to access from the highway and easy to get around in. It is located on a nice small river and we enjoyed a good cookout and music gathering on the weekend. The grass pull-through sites are not level and we had to request a different site because we could not get leveled even with blocks. The friendly owners put us on another site that was a little more level. We only had 30 amps and low voltage did cause us some issues when running one A/C and the water heater. The Wi-Fi was slow and there is no cable or OTA channels available and we had a weak Verizon signal. They were a Passport America campground but dropped out. Even with these issues we enjoyed this park and would stay here again if in the area. - dandg
Aug 2014 - $32.00
We have stayed here before on our way east and it continues to be our choice. We had a pull-through so did not need to detach the toad. Nice owners and mostly Canadian campers. Place is for sale so someone has a great opportunity here. - Aftica
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Nice little camp lots of trees, has showers, family owned, has sited by the water. Nice little rec hall, great people running the place. Its a little old but its in the trees, quiet.
We love the place because its friendly, family owned, its not perfect but the owners are very helpful, and willing to help campers.
You can also fish in the salmon river at the campground, or go tubing.
Nice little campground. Our stay is always pleasant.
Its a bit dated in some areas, its certainly not the ritz of campgrounds, but sometimes people trump perfection... And its quiet. - Aseries
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Convenient overnight location. Nice people. Cash only. 40 Canadian. Nothing fancy. Quiet and served our needs. - waterwoman2002
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Good choice for the area, easily accessible large sites with good utilities. Wifi worked well. Some shaded, some not - worked for me as my satellite worked! Would stop here again. - ldukeb
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Very large open field for non-seasonal campers. Over the weekend it filled up almost completely and Wi-Fi did not exist. After weekend was over and campground emptied, Wi-Fi worked well. I would stay here again as it's close to family. One negative note, if you use a credit card for payment you will be charged an additional $6. - Jack&Wanda
Aug 2015 - $39.00
This campground is conveniently located on the U.S. side in Massena, NY, approximately 5-minutes from the Ontario Canadian border, and offers over 100 RV sites, as well as a few cabins and tent sites. Entrance/exit to the campground is easy for big rigs to maneuver. The majority of the campsites are back-in, although there are a few that are pull through. The lawns are very well manicured, roads are very well maintained, and sites are level. Guests and staff are very friendly. Very little shade throughout the campground, so satellite reception is almost guaranteed, however, cable TV (77 stations) is offered on many sites. Amenities at the campground consist of swimming pool, restrooms, shower facilities, firewood, LP gas, laundry facilities, groceries (limited), gift shop, pavilion, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball, playground, dump station, and 20/30/50 AMP service. We stayed here for 3-nights in our Class A motorhome and we would definitely stay here again when passing through the area. - The Diesel Gypsies
Nov 2016 - $45.00
My wife and I spent 5 weeks as we were looking for a new home in the Montreal area. Easy and great access to highways is a plus as the city is full of major road work. The camp ground is clean with most campers overnight stays. Look forward to staying there in the Spring when we are ready to move into our new place . - PaulCo
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Great spot for a layover. Nice clean well kept park. Close to highway so some noise. Occasional trains as well but not too often. Strong fast wifi included in price. Sites wide and long enough for any big rig. 50 amp strong, water pressure a little weak but usable. Plenty of OTA tv available, more from the US than locals, strange. - MJB
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We stayed four nights in our 34' rig with tow dolly and vehicle. The Managers are the nicest people. The park was very clean. There are trains that go by, but they didn't bother us. It's a great park for children. There are a lot of permanent residents, but they are all upscale units and settings. - Jo and Bob
Sep 2017 - $31.00
September 26, Robert Moses State Park,Massena, NY, 1000 Island area, site 183 with electric, 212 sites, bathhouses with showers, dump station This is a huge NY State Park along the St. Laurence in the 1000 Island region. The Eisenhower Lock is located here. Observation areas for watching the big ships go through are located in the park. Two main areas for camping - Long Sault Camping Area and the Barnhart Island Camping Area. We had site 183 with electric in the Long Sault area. At the Marina there is a very nice beach located on the river. Waterfront and Prime sites cost more money. Out of Staters pay $5 more. Interesting park but they were working on some of the roads while we were there so drove on some gravel. Park will close on October 9. - gsnakehill
Sep 2017 - $26.00
We actually had two different sites this time, the first one (175) in the wooded section of the Long Sault loop for two night, and the second one (187) a beautiful waterfront site looking out at the Seaway where the ships enter and exit the Eisenhower Lock, also on Long Sault, for an additional four nights. Both sites were quite large and well separated from the neighbors by trees and bushes. Both sites were electric only, the first 30 amp max, and the second 50 amp max. The first site had a public water spigot between it and the next site near the road that was reachable with our onboard hoses for tank refilling. The second site had a water spigot a few sites away in front of the bathrooms/showers. Since were here over the Labor Day weekend, the park RV sites were fully booked with just a few tent sites empty. Despite that, the park was very quiet at night, with just an occasional ships horn as they left the lock to be heard. The park has an very nice free nature center that's manned by a very dedicated volunteer staff, and is highly recommended.The center also has several classes, etc. for children that looked to be very educational. The Eisenhower Lock has a free Visitors Center with a three level viewing platform that overlooks the lock. It's amazing to watch 740 foot long ships squeeze in and out as they go up and down (literally!) the Seaway. The nearby village of Massena has a number of good restaurants, as well as grocery stores, a Super Walmart, and others. - NYDutch
Aug 2017 - $48.00
Nicely wooded, park like setting, directly on the St. Lawrence Seaway. For registration follow the signs to the "beach" not "campground" road. Our site was private, wooded, and directly on the river. It was electric only, 30 amp, with a water spigot nearby. Dump station was available at exit. No WiFi and some over the air TV stations. It was quite enjoyable to sit down by the river and watch the big ships entering the locks. Would definitely stay here again to watch the ships going through the locks. - Breezy2
Aug 2017 - $47.00
Staff are working continuously to keep Park and facilities in great condition. Washrooms and showers were spotless. Long weekend customers were at capacity, and garbage container units were overloaded. Needed to be emptied more often. Be aware that some of the roads and sites are extremely narrow causing rigs to run across the grass and mud. The roads need more width for longer units to stay on the travelled path for curves and entry/exit to sites. - kenandterry