21 RV Parks near Mallorytown, Ontario
Aug 2016 - $71.00
We made reservations when we were only 60 miles away. The person we talked to was very friendly and assured us of a pull through.
At check in the staff was very efficient. They will carry a tab for purchases in the store. After registration we were escorted to our site. The pull through site was spacious, we have slides on both side. We had full hook ups, including good 50 amp electrical service.
Over all, the park looked well kept. There seem to be a lot of activities for children. The train someone else mentioned, is distant and not a problem.
Like most KOA parks they are over priced, even for this area. - Frank Barker
Jul 2016 - $52.00
A quiet campground in basically an open field. Lots of trains especially at night but far enough away to be mostly background noise - inaudible with windows closed.
A winding gravel access road with short sight distances - iffy for two rigs passing. An awkward setup for check in and access to the campground for big rigs - a 90 degree turn from the check in area to the gate into the campground, then another 90 degree turn immediately after the gate. Posts close aboard on either side of the gate and a poorly trimmed tree on the inside of the turn after the gate. Big rigs can either scrape the tree or delay the 2nd turn and drive over the grass. Big rigs should park as far to the left in the check in area as possible to make the turns into the campground easier.
Mostly level gravel sites with good length and better than average spacing between sites (grass). Site had a fire pit and picnic table. Power ok, water ok (45psi), sewer needs a donut. Wifi had good signal with adequate speed. TMobile (Tellus) LTE was 4 bars with good speed.
Ok road bike riding within campground with St Lawrence bikeway a short drive away. Full recycling on site.
We would return here when in area. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Aug 2014 - $65.00
Very well run campground. Office staff are excellent. Grounds are well maintained. Jumping pillow is new installation since our stay last year. Weather didn't co-operate with us again this stay, so we can't comment on the pool. The big pull-throughs provide ample space and new picnic tables. Overall is fairly quiet despite the train off in the distance, not loud enough to be disturbing. Look forward to staying again. - diehard
Aug 2014 - $45.00
Great park. Lots of activities, very clean. Friendly staff. 3 dump stations, onsite pump out available. Secure gate access, recycle and garbage area. Firewood available. 20 min drive to Brockville. Boat launch. Store. Lots of seasonal sites too. Beach roped off area for swimming. Pavilion, picnic area. - The Allens
Aug 2015 - $31.00
Pleasant family-run campground, largely occupied by seasonals. Very quiet despite being relatively close to a very large highway. Didn't use the laundry, but it seems fine. Site was level grass pull through.
We would stay here again, particularly with the Good Sam discount. - wandrr
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Rate shown is Good Sam discount. Our site was a nearly level grass pull-through and included a table. Most sites were occupied by seasonals. All hookups worked fine. No cable TV, but found around 15 channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi cost $2 and internet access was satisfactory. We would stay here again. - Onemoretrail
Sep 2013 - $40.00
Nice clean park, well located. We enjoyed our stay in Brockville, took a 2 hour boat tour of the 1,000 islands and was well worth the time. Only 30 amp which was no problem as it was cool, the Wi-Fi is $2 a day. The lady who owns the park is a sweet heart, would stay here again. A little expensive for what they offer. - sjones
Jul 2016 - $24.00
This was one of our favorite campgrounds from our summer travels.
Water views of the St. Lawrence Seaway and it's oceangoing freighters from every site. Well maintained. - Airstream 25
Aug 2009 - $30.00
Great park! Beautiful, large campsites with lots of trees & privacy. Very clean washrooms & showers. There are scheduled activities available at no additional charge (i.e. guided hikes, nature programs for children). Canoe rentals are also available (approximately $20-$30 per day). The several small beaches at various locations in the park were great for swimming for adults and children alike. - happy-camper
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Lovely scenic campground situated between Kingston & Brockville along the St. Lawrence River, perfect while visiting the Thousand Islands area. Secured gated campground with a variety of campsites, some open, some shaded. Many beautiful hilly sites along the water which are suitable only for tents. For those with a tent, check out site #118 -- simply gorgeous! There is a small beach for swimmers with a section dedicated to divers, as well as 2 boat docks for those with watercraft. The base of the Thousand Islands Bridge which crosses into New York state is located in the campground; you walk underneath it to go to the beach. Wifi was available at the campground office but did not reach our site. We had 4 tv channels with our antenna. Staff were pleasant and made their rounds to ensure a wonderful camping experience for all. - naturelover
Aug 2016 - $75.00
Went back after our last visit a couple of years ago. Kids like the park and asked o go again. Still find the pool area over whelming. They are soaker pools and very busy with children, crowded as they are popular. Children sliding and jumping and not paying attention to others, parents need to be more on the ball. Still love the place. Large adult only hot pool. Service is A1. - The Allens
Jul 2016 - $75.00
Great park for kids; lots of play areas & activities.
Pool & Spa areas nice however adult spa was only open until 9pm.
Sites were level & roomy. Each site seemed to have its own rate schedule which could not be found on their website.
Water pressure was awful.
Over priced in our opinion. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2016 - $105.00
On a scale of 1 to 10 I would say the park is about a 6, near average, but with a good play area for kids. At a huge cost of $105 plus tax per night I would expect a lot more than all gravel, no cable and a slow Internet connection. - Ron_H
Aug 2006 - $16.00
This is a State Park in the middle of the 1000 Islands. There are NO hookups here at all. There are five prime sites along the river which you can sit and watch all the boats, yachts and freighters go by. Because there is no beach there is a huge pool with lifeguards. Some sites are extremely small for an RV and the park has a lot of tenters that bring their boats. There are lots of spots to fish from the edge including a beautiful old stone gazebo along the river edge. There are also places for the kids to jump off the rocks into the river - a very popular and able to s safe thing to do. In Alexandria Bay which is a two minute ride, there are typical touristy things to do including the Boat rides in large touring boats that give you various tours through the islands - not to be missed if you don't have your own boat to explore the area. We camped in our travel trailer for five days with no hookups but were able to enjoy the wonderful views from our prime site. There is usually a cool breeze from the river. A very quiet and small state park. - twins89
Nov 2016 - $88.00
A Brand New High End RV Park Most recent stay was 07/02/16 (I 'm late in posting my review) and 1st impression is WOW! We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop" style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area. This definitely is an RV Park - not a campground ~ did not see any tents or dining canopies. Very new facility just completed 2nd restroom/shower facility at back of park ~ asphalt roadways, cement sidewalks and rv pads; young baby trees so no shade[yet] w/all FUH sites. Park grounds are well laid out - all sites very spacious and not crowded with decent space between neighbors We were close to restroom/shower building but was disappointed with layout for a brand new park; only 1 shower stall designed, sized and outfitted for ADA and there was a waiting line to use it. Of course all modern fixtures fiberglass shower stall, tiled floors, fresh painted walls, granite sink counter top etc. Roomy changing area with a bench for seating and rubber floor mat for feet when exit shower. No hooks or shelves for your stuff - none either at community sink area but did have paper towels to help clean up area after use. Very expensive $88.00 night but won't be back because of price ~ actually overpriced when comparing others and really out of our price range. - dido
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Only here overnight but our experience from phone reservation to pulling out in the morning was excellent. Park is well laid out, paved, and well lit. Washroom/shower/laundry facilities were clean and fresh. Staff were friendly and helpful. And we watched freighters on the St. Lawrence while sitting by the docks. 2 thumbs up, 5 star. - jimjan
Aug 2016 - $65.00
This was a beautiful new campground on the St. Lawrence River in the 1000 Islands. Nice Tiki Bar, boat rentals, pool and more. - OswegoLion
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This is a terrific campground. We stayed with our toddler in the last week of the season. It wasn't crowded and some beautiful fall foliage was just beginning to come in. The park is massive, but impeccably maintained, although the nature center was closed for renovations during our stay. All of the sites in our loop had been redundant in the last year, and while not level, our site required minimal effort to level the trailer. It was also spacious from side to side, and there's plenty of room between sites...you're not on top of your neighbor. The only complaint I would have is that the camp store and recreation center close after Labor Day - in my view these should remain open for the entire camping season. The beach, the playgrounds, the trails, all made us want to return at the height of the summer season. We'll be back. - BeaconMike
Jul 2016 - $34.00
What an amazing state park. We stayed in the Fox loop with full hookups. Note, there is not a bathhouse nor showers in this loop. Check in was easy since we had reservations. Bring your pets vaccination records as they will ask you for their proof of rabies vaccination. We chose site 15 because it backed up to the woods, we had morning sun at our awning and great afternoon shade, this along with sites 17, 19, 21 and 23 would be our choice for future visits. The sites are spacious so you actually have a "yard." The sites are paved but do require some leveling blocks. Water pressure was excellent, sewer worked without any issues but the electric dipped down to 99 volts on occasion. This park is BIG. We took our dogs on many walks and with walking "around" the park loops you can easily do 3 plus miles. If you are looking for electric only, you might want to to try loop H, very open sites and quiet. We kayaked several times from a put in spot by loop H, parking is available so you can leave your car. Great playground for kids by the camp store / marina with amazing views of the river. We can't give it a "10" due to the lack of security, after the staff leaves anyone can drive into this park and set up camp. There are no markers on the sites to tell you who belongs and who does not. A couple sites down we saw a RV drive in after dark and leave early in the morning. The week we were here we only saw maintenance staff, never a park ranger. - bug512
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Campsites are a little closer together than some State parks but adequate. The real payoff is the St. Laurence. If you kayak or canoe and have not paddled the crystal clear water of the Thousand Islands, you are missing out on something spectacular. We spent very little time at our campsite as we were paddling from sun-up to sun-down. - Ottawasteve