10 Parks near Collingwood, Ontario
Jun 2016 - $40.00
The pull through sites have large trees scattered on them, which make pulling in a little tricky. This campground is right on HWY. 26, and traffic noise is irritating. Entrance area before the gate is very small, and poorly designed. You must stop before the gate and register at the office, and there is only room for a few cars before traffic backs up onto the highway. Yikes. Showers are ok. A little dirty and cracking in places. I would not camp here again. - Monique_F
Jun 2007 - $35.00
Do no stay at this park if you have a large fifth wheel or motorhome. It is an old park more suited to travel trailers under 32 feet. The tree branches have not been cut back & our motorhome did not fit on the site. Good thing we carry a saw with us. - Coach Campers
Aug 2005 - $33.00
Provincial Park between a road and Georgian Bay. Can be noisy with trucks. Only a few sites have water hookups, more have electric. Dump site was a bit tight but straight. Nice access to Georgian Bay from campground. Fossils in rock on beach (can't take them). Computer access in office on their computer. Ranger led kids program and playground. Lots of spots for tents or no-hookup units. Downgraded rating due to many people having to move from one site to another, even with reservations. Some didn't fit in their site so lead to more moving. Check out is at 2 PM so some were waiting to check in, some were waiting to move - could have been handled better. - pegdiver
Aug 2016 - $65.00
This is a very nice campground, but not for the Glampers. The beach is beautiful and groomed often. The private beaches allows you to relax and just enjoy your time but its location it is only a short drive to main beach shopping and activities. Only small dogs allowed. We have been here 2 times and the kids love it. Just a short drive to all amenities. Walking distance to Fries and Ice Cream shack. - kmnpcampers
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Nice city campground on Georgian Bay. Some sites are on the water but are very close to each other. Upper sites away from the water are more spacious and partially shaded. Meaford is a nice quiet little beach town and the full hook-up campground is a very good place to base a visit to Georgian Bay. - Appleknocker
Jul 2014 - $37.00
This is a pleasant quiet park, convenient for our overnight stay. Nice sandy beach. Staff was friendly and helpful. - D and M
Jul 2012 - $36.00
This is a nice little campground other than the sites are small and most of them not very level. We stayed here on a long weekend and it was quite busy. The park is policed by the local OPP that make an appearance now and then to keep things quiet. It is located on Georgian Bay and the water is beautiful. I have camped here about 5 times in the past. - shanec
Aug 2016 - $37.00
We stayed here because we have friends in the area and this was the closest campground that our 45 ft coach would fit in. It is a large gravel lot, with 30 amp electric service. There is a dump station and potable water adjacent to the lot. There is a grassy strip behind the campsites, with picnic tables.
There is a fair amount of local traffic through the lot throughout the day.
Admittedly, there are not a lot of amenities!
That being said: we love it here!
Our satellite works here, and we can just get the Marina WiFi. Not strong, but usable.
The Marina bathrooms and showers are spotless!
We would stay here again, for sure! - MerBee
Sep 2013 - $41.00
This is just gravel parking lot with 30 amp electric hook ups - four of the eight require an extension cord. We stayed here to be close to downtown and so that we could see the full moon rise over the bay. Staff was very friendly. - rockfarmer
Aug 2011 - $99.00
We camped with 3 other families. The kids had a great time with the waterslides and wave pool and the other activities around the park, which meant the parents had their own fun. Got to say that this is the loudest park we have ever stayed in. Loud parties until 2 am which if you have small kids might be a problem. Also, the comfort stations and showers were gross and dirty. Even when we mentioned to staff, it took 2 days to get soap in the ladies washroom. They definitely need more comfort stations for the number of tent campers. The staff was great, the lifeguards wonderful. I will go back, but not for a rest. - User2103
Jul 2011 - $40.00
A great spot for those with kids up to about 12 years I'd say. Older than that and the water park would just be ok. Sites are large no shade though as I believe it's a fairly new facility with lots of young trees. Lots of activities and events for young and old alike. The owner was there and seemed very hands-on. We were there for Canada weekend and came back this past weekend. 2 nights both times. Enjoyed both stays and will go back next year too. - Rockford
May 2010 - $36.00
We stayed here during the pre-season period, before the water park opened for the year. The swimming pool (not the wave pool) was open. Splash Canyon is in its third season now. There are mostly seasonal sites around the perimeter of the campground. Overnight sites are in the middle of the campground. The park is well maintained. There is a security gate. The office closes at 4 PM during the pre-season, and there will be no one to let you through the gate after 4 PM, so be sure to get an access card for the gate. The sites have some privacy, but the trees that have been planted have not grown very tall yet. - treetime
Sep 2012 - $50.00
We went to this park Labor Day weekend. There were plenty of activities for kids as well as adults. There was a kid’s blow up, bouncy castle; a live band; karaoke and a horseshoe tournament. We stayed on Site 5 that was close to the road. The pine trees pretty much drowned out the traffic noise. This was a back in site and it was huge. The pool area was well kept. The bathrooms were clean. All around this was a great campground and we will return for a second visit. - shanec
Aug 2011 - $42.00
Some 300 feet from the office there are four easy-access pull-through sites with 50 amp and full service for big rigs pulling a toad. We did not visit any other sites and only stayed one night. If you disregard the sourpus attitude of the female owner this is a good over-nighter for big rigs. Garbage disposal is terrible and that area is a pig-pen. - Aftica
Jul 2011 - $40.00
We used the campground only for lodging (tenting) and didn't use any of the amenities. We didn't stray outside the tent section of the park. The campsites were well-kept and shaded. Unfortunately, there seems to be little staff at the park to deal with excessive drunkenness and noise issues, which were wildly abundant. This isn't a young family-friendly campground. Bring earplugs if you're a light sleeper. The bathrooms were filthy. We showered and got cleaned up at Awenda Provincial Park which had much better facilities (I can't believe I said that!). One shock we had upon arrival is there is no potable water to drink in the park: BRING YOUR OWN! We stayed in this park perhaps 8 years ago and it was in much better condition then. It is now under new ownership/management. We won't be returning here. - JR..
May 2016 - $30.00
Our site was level and had nice trees. The park was clean and had lots of fun events for the long weekend. The park staff was friendly and showed us to our site. We would definitely camp here again. - Lynn2016
Jun 2013 - $37.00
A fairly nice trailer park with a separate campground section. There are only about 4 sites with full hookups and lots of sites with water and electric. The washroom is all tiled and looks fairly new and well looked after. A NEGATIVE is that showers cost $1.00. Campground is only a few minutes away from Midland's three main attractions of Wye March, Saint Marie and Martyr's shrine. - Gandalf
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This campground is a very pleasant place, quiet and well set-up. All facilities are well-maintained. The access for our 36 foot fifth wheel was good. Our rate reflects a discount, but even the full rate is excellent. The only thing that keeps this place from being a 10 is the lack of a laundry. Though many of the sites are seasonals, several are kept available for transients. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - wandrr
Sep 2016 - $90.00
We have been seasonal in the adult section for several years. Management has let this section go down hill. They have not put any money into this area. There is no cable TV, Internet does not work, dirt roads which cause dust storms by everyone using them and although the pads are concrete and a nice size they have never been cleaned and the dirt and mold is taking over. Management has said to several guests the if they don't like it they can leave, there's a waiting list.. - Gbi
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Nicely maintained sites with full hookups. We didn't take advantage of all the activities but there seemed to be plenty for families. - Wind blows
May 2015 - $72.00
Rate based upon one night stay using KOA card. We stayed in a medium priced pull thru below the office. Sites vary greatly in price and you can choose how much to spend over a wide range. Ours was pristine with patio and rockwork borders. Wonderful restrooms and showers, gated park with helpful staff. - Kbob