8 RV Parks near Fitzroy Harbour, Ontario
Sep 2010 - $45.00
First time there. Easy to book on line and pick your site, you can prepay. Park Store, two hiking trails, paved main access roads. Power hook up on most sites. No water hook ups but free fill station and dump station on the park. Variety of taps around the park to fill buckets and things. Frustration reaching power supply and fitting our 17-foot trailer into some spaces. Late check out. Long wait for dump station, took us an hour to get our turn; last day of long weekend, most likely why. No site the same so revisit in the future. Village has beer/wine/pizza at the corner store. And they do deliver to your trailer! - The Allens
Aug 2012 - $48.00
A gem of a private park on White Lake in the Pakenham hills. Staff was friendly and accommodating and the park was quiet and family-friendly. There's an excellent salt water swimming pool for cooling off and during our stay there was a fair with lots of attractions and plenty of free food. We recommend this park. We'll be back. - JD and Beastlet
Sites: 75 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Jul 2010 - $22.00
Very nice wooded campground that is located several miles from traffic. Good gravel interior roads. The 30 amp electricity was ok with only a slight voltage drop. Majority of the sites were filled with seasonals. Campground located about six miles from shopping and fuel stops. - corky506
Sites: 152 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 30 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $44.00
When we arrived our campsite A2 was muddy and there were orange cones between ours and the adjacent site. I was quite disappointed as all of the other sites in this loop did not have a wetness issue. Even though it was early evening we returned to the office but the young man said he couldn't change it only 'the girls' could do it in the morning. We left early in the morning to head into Ottowa bit when we got back midday two young maintenance crew were adding a layer of dirt to the orange coned area. I asked him if it was possible to add some sawdust or mulch to our site. He informed me they had weeks of rain and drainage was an issue throughout the park. Within a half hour the head of maintenance knocked on our door to explain what was happening and would a layer of gravel be adequate? We left to go back into the city and when we got home that night we pleasantly surprised to see all of the muddy area covered with gravel. This type of response deserves a shout out here. Due to the rain most of this area of Ontario is swarming with mosquitoes! - Dc22
Jun 2017 - $38.00
Small sites close together. Camped in loop 1C. Some noise from the 417 highway, but nothing to keep us awake. Park was clean, as were the washrooms. Friendly staff at gate. WIFI was available but we did not try to use it. We were late leaving ( 6:30 pm) and paid an extra fee to leave the trailer on site while in Ottawa. Campground was very quiet and not fully booked during our visit. Great place to stay if touring Ottawa. Easy access to the city from a country like setting. We will definitely use this park again. - Whitby Guy
May 2017 - $50.00
We stayed here the first day it opened 2017 for a week while we explored Ottawa area. Location is excellent, as there is quick access to everything. Even took in a concert and Senators game at Canadian Tire Center which is minutes away. Although handy it is still a park, with big trees and good spacing. Facilities are old, but ok. Wifi only worked at office and sites have no sewer. Large Big Rigs may be a challenge to park. We have a 30 ft Class A which was ok. Will definitely stay here again.
Because of great location suggest reserving well ahead. July 1 of 2017 is already booked up! - Kbittle
Jul 2017 - $45.00
One of the most pleasant parks we have stayed in. The owners were pleasant and courteous, and made us feel most welcome. It certainly lived up to its name, as we found it it quiet and restful. We liked the location, as it was an easy drive to downtown Ottawa, and the nearby town of Carleton Place had plenty of grocery choices, as well as some big-box stores. Every other visitor we met had the same opinions, especially those seasonal residents who made it their summer home. We would certainly stay again, and would heartily recommend this campground. - Fred Priebe
Jul 2017 - $100.00
This is the worst campground I have ever been to. The owners are a miserable old couple that care only about money. Firewood must be bought through the campground supplier and they take a piece. Or you can buy wood from them for 6$ a milk crate. 1 bathroom located at the entrance. Coin operated shower. Honey wagon that you must use to pump out your black tank. No store, no canteen, no recreation room, no free wifi, no reliable wifi,dogs must be leashed at all times. Electricity is nowhere close to 30 amps. Roads are grass so when it rains the campground won't allow your vehicle in, not even to drop off elderly or handicapped people. There are 3 full pages of rules and the owners are constantly checking and harassing you if they don't approve. All "ground coverage" including camping matts must be first approved by owners. Make sure you have excellent trailer insurance because if any happens to your trailer, even if it is the campground's fault it will be your responsibility to pay for. There is very little for kids to do. There are no trails. You must pay for any watercraft you bring in (canoes, kayaks, small boats with trolling motors) no dock space is allowed ever, except for the owner's boat, boat "launch" is poor and not accessible when it rains. No garbage facilities, campers have to take it with them. No music outside your trailer and inside noise must not be heard outside. When it's hot and the under powered electrical blows the breaker you must call the owners and wait. Also be prepared for the owner to tell you that it's too hot to camp and to go home. Also when the campground fries your trailer digging and hitting their own power lines, they will deny any wrong doing and tell you to rebook your vacation. Small slippery beach area. A manual gate that you must open and close each time you pass regardless of time of day or weather. If you love camping do not stay here or you will hate camping by the time you leave. - Jay Flight
Aug 2014 - $45.00
This park is certainly tranquil, with shady trees, however it is not much of a park. In addition to the rate of $45.00 they charge $5.00 for Wi-Fi which barely allows you to download email, they charge for showers, and have no laundry facilities. The park is mainly full timers. Grass parking bays and no real facilities other than the basics. We stayed here 3 nights. - TommBoyd
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Extremely rude staff, accused us over going over 10 kph before we even entered the park! Threatened us with immediate expulsion. Rules, rules, watch out for the rules in this camp! Electrical Service was so low had difficulty pulling in cable! Campsites are on top of each other, side by side. Zero privacy. however lot of "shared" camp fire smoke! Power hookup was 5 inches from ground. Wifi was offered @ $3/hr! Or 5 a day! Poor connection speed. Also poor cell phone reception. Directions on web site are vague and none specific and need to be modernized. Park seems to be more gear to seasonal campers. Theirs are choice lots and somewhat larger and overall better. Would I go back? Not on your life! - Semaj
Jun 2016 - $65.00
Large park. Tiny lots that are "pull through"... only if you have a 15 foot trailer. Most rude staff in my camping experience. Too many rules. Not kid friendly. Not English friendly. 2 pools were nice. You will be "expelled" for any violations if you are deemed "undesirable". Poor cell service and wifi is pay and very slow. - NB Family
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Based on our hightop van pulling our TT we were assigned a corner site. Took some time to figure out how to park the rig, but it worked. We had view of pond/lake and were right across from the washroom/showers. Site was grass and gravel.
Park is VERY STRICT about 10 kmh speed limit. Drive slow or get tossed out. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Lots of seasonals here. They pretty much take over the beach on the weekends. Might be quieter during weekdays but otherwise keep it to one night. It's conveniently close to the highway. The pamphlet they give you is outdated. Wood is $10 for 15 pieces and they don't rent kayaks. For staff, it seems that there are a couple of young people running it (doing a great job though). - spanielrage
Jun 2017 - $42.00
Park was easy to find, the staff was very friendly and helpful and our site was level and good water. Our Verizon data worked good through a Canadian repeater on roaming. - silverwing
May 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here in May which is the beginning of the season. The park was open, friendly, and had so much to offer. I greatly appreciated the big fields that I could take my dogs out to and let them romp. Unfortunately, a strong storm system went through and knocked out their electricity so the water pumps weren't working and all other amenities were not available...but these people were so understanding and apologetic. I would highly recommend this campground. - chillyvt
Sep 2017 - $35.00
This is our 3rd season at this resort on the East Shore of Mississippi Lake, just 2 miles outside of Carleton Place and less than an hour from downtown Ottawa. Let me start with the positives. The campers at the resort are amazingly friendly as we were quickly welcomed, followed by many occasions of birthday parties, boat cruises, happy hours and morning coffee chats, while enjoying the lake views.
The pool is salt water and kept clear at this gated resort that offers key to all seasonal campers. Park has great facilities and events for kids to play and enjoy as most campers feel comfortable allowing children to go out on their own to play. Three weekends in the summer the park brings in a local band for music and dance. While park offers free wifi, since we arrived it's so unreliable. The distance the washrooms are from the pool (approximately 500ft) always bring into question how often the kids just use the pool as their washroom facility and the reason we stopped using the pool.
Unfortunately the family that currently operates this resort is going through a family crisis with the parents in the middle of a pending divorce that's dragged into the mess, 2 adult children and two grandchildren. This has moved their focus off maintaining a clean beach, keeping bird mess of docks, and general timely clean-up. Park neglect would be the simplest term to describe its facilities and we can go days without seeing someone working here. Owners seem to be making emotional decisions versus operating the facility as a business. Customer service seems forgotten as owners prefer to antagonize campers! Campers placing their name in a move cue get ignored.
The resort used to have a café open from 9 to 9 with ample servings. Now it might open at 9:30 or later, and have noticed it closed as early as 5:30 pm. In any event, be prepared for slow service when it is open and warn your visitors that come into the park, when they go into the restaurant to register. - Living our Dream