21 Parks near Mallorytown, Ontario
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
Sep 2013 - $38.00
Rate reflects this weekend's 2 for 1 VKR special. Great campground. Grounds well kept, nice pool, sauna and hot tub. Close proximity to 401, but no road noise. Occasional train in the distance. Freshmart grocery store within walking distance. Dog really enjoyed the fenced in dog park. Never been a real fan of KOA parks, but this is the 2nd we've stayed at this summer and they're growing on me. A lot of activities for all ages. Will stay again. - diehard
May 2013 - $53.00
We stayed here with another family for the May long weekend and were very happy with the experience. The staff escorted us to our lot and assisted with backing us in, which was helpful and appreciated. The site was large enough for my 28' travel trailer (31' from tongue to tail) but the services were spread apart a bit, which forced me to buy an extra length of water hose. This was surprisingly inexpensive for a campground. Family friendly and everyone was really helpful. My kids had a blast catching frogs in the pond and playing in the well equipped playground. The highlight of my weekend was when the owner did a second tour on the scheduled hay wagon ride that we missed by minutes the first time around. I have no doubt that we will be back next year. - JJ Spectre
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
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
Jul 2015 - $85.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 night stay here - very busy park. There are lots of themed activities for the family - ours was pirate days. Dog park is well kept with lots of toys and fresh water. Large playground and bouncy pad for the kids. Didn't use the pool but it was very busy as well. Close to boat tours. - Jan1Rick
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
Jul 2016 - $112.00
This resort opened fairly recently. It's easy access off I-81 of about a mile. It advertises waterfront and water view, although there are only a few of each. The 8 or 9 waterfront sites are lovely but probably reserved well in advance. We had a water view site on a "ridge" overlooking the tops of other campers. The first site, 110, we were assigned had a tree in front and blocked out any view. Upon request, we moved to 114 which was better and we could see the water. It is a very clean CG with concrete pads, nice picnic table on a paver patio and a fire ring.
But: there are very few sites from which you can see the water. For $112/nite we were somewhat disappointed. WES were fine. Roads are paved. Space between sites at the closest point is about 15-17feet. Although some sites seemed to have more space, and there were several side by side spots if two campers wanted to camp together. Wifi was not available. - Team Asphalt
Jul 2016 - $65.00
This is a mew park along the St. Lawrence River. The roads are wide, paved with sidewalks. The sites are well spaced out for the picnic tables and fire rings. Some sites have direct water views, most have indirect. The sites has a gravel parking area and concrete pads for the RV, and paver stones for the picnic area. Plenty of friendly staff to handle your needs. Boat slips and rentals are available as well as trailer parking on the property. Pool and pool bar adjacent to the park's marina. Though the park was full for the 4th of July weekend, and had a ton of people here, it is large enough that it did not seem crowded. Water pressure, power and wifi all were fine. This park easily accommodates big rigs, as ours is 45 ft, and we have no issues. The park design was well though out. Grocery store next door will deliver if needed. If in the area we will return. - Field Trip
Jun 2016 - $75.00
They have paved roads, sidewalks, on the water sites. Lots of rules which people weren't following: laundry hanging, dogs barking, lights around campsites. It had as much character as a parking lot. Maybe in 7- 8 years this will be a place to stay. Way over priced. They are stacked on top of each other. Would not stay again. - dhs
Jul 2015 - $29.00
We stayed at this state park in the Thousand Islands area. It is a large state park but well maintained. They are upgrading some of their camping loops and buildings--next year they will have a new camp store. The dump stations were recently redone and very nice. We walked in and were given several available sites and allowed to check them out before we decided. We stayed in Loop C. We had electric. About half of the sites are in full sun with little shade. The restrooms/showers were nice. We wanted to take a tour of the Thousand Islands and Boldt Castle and Clayton Island Tours makes a pick up at the marina in the state park. It was very convenient not to have to leave the state park. The price per night includes a $15 base fee, a $6 electric fee, a $5.00 fee for being a non-resident and a $2.75 fee for walk-in. - gatorbaityogi
Oct 2014 - $30.00
This enormous, beautiful New York state park in the 1000 Islands region is located on the same island as the bridge to Canada, though you would never know it while you are in the park. Most of the 6 camping areas were closed when we were there, the park closed for the winter a week later. Our campsite was a few yards from the St. Lawrence River and some of the many islands that give the region its name. There are informal put-in spots for canoes and kayaks throughout the campground. It was several miles from our campsite to the main entrance, and miles beyond that to a town. I wouldn’t suggest using it as a staging point for touring the region, but there is plenty to do in the campground, so you may not need to leave. We were here for only one rainy night, and will definitely return here again to enjoy all that this wonderful park has to offer. - ShoreXplorers
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Stayed on the Heron Loop, the newest of the campsite loops at WISP. (As others have noted, the full-hookup Fox Loop is scheduled for substantial upgrades during the fall of 2014.) The Heron loop appears to be designed for RV/trailer camping; all sites have 30 amp electrical service, are generously sized, and have gravel laid down for your camper. The bathroom/shower house is new, and is based on the same design as other recently installed facilities at Gilbert Lake State Park and Westcott Beach State Park. The camp store was poorly stocked at the time we visited; we were told that was because it is being torn down and replaced during the fall of 2014. The swimming area is fairly small, given the size of the park overall. WISP is great if you are in a position to partake in activities at the park, such as the Minna Anthony Common nature center, the marina, the golf course, the swimming area, or the hiking trails in the campground. It's less effective as a 'home base' for 1000 Islands activities - anything else you might want to do (aside from visiting Fineview) requires crossing the 1000 Islands Bridge, meaning a $2.75 toll every time you return to the park, and lots of additional time driving back and forth to Clayton or Alexandria Bay. During August of 2014, Clayton Island Boat Tours stopped serving WISP due to a dispute over how the ferries were docking at the marina - as of 8/30, there was no word on any resolution to this. Please keep this in mind if you were counting on taking one of their tours from WISP. - nextcube