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. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We booked a waterfront site. It was too small for our motor home so they let us use two sites as it was not busy. The waterfront sites are small and not suitable for a large motor home. The water view sites across the road from the water can accommodate larger motor homes. Staff are courteous and accommodating. WiFi was free and worked well. Park could use a little effort on site cleanup and maintenance but overall we were happy. We would return but only in the off season when the park is quiet as it would be too tight if all of the sites were occupied. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $38.00
This is a pleasant place, well off any busy roads. No resident or long-term campers, and some waterfront. The only downside for us is that almost all sites are shaded, so we barely got satellite access. We might stay again. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Upper sites were tight to get into with low trees in areas. Overall the park was nice with a very short walk to the lake. Dog beach at the end of the regular beach. No planned activities for kids. Lower section has beach front sites but you have to book well in advance to have any chance. Larger motorhomes would not fit either. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2006 - $30.00
Very tight fit for 40' motorhomes/RVs, very small sites and most of them not level. Seems to be built on layers and side of hill. Beautiful in the morning when it's quiet, right on the lake, and a few sites right on the beach, but you have to reserve well in advance to get one. We actually had to take two sites to accommodate a 37' RV (and they only charged for one site), very helpful office staff. It's a hidden gem, but you need a smaller unit to really enjoy it. Lovely walking trails. Lots of kids, nice playground. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2006 - $30.00
This is a bit of hidden gem, as far a municipal campsites go. We stay here, annually on our way to Bruce Peninsula National Park. It is right on Georgian Bay and minutes away is a 33 km Georgian trail, ideal for hiking or biking. Staff have always been very helpful. Town has a huge marina. We camped at Meaford Municipal Campground in a Travel Trailer.