Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $40.00
50amp, FHU, back-in site. We come here because we have family close by otherwise we would find another park. Several over the air TV signals from Toronto and Buffalo. WIFI here has been and remains a serious issue, it simply does not work even though the park was virtually empty and we were right next to the building housing a router, however management is wonderful at offering excuses for it. Electric was not a problem this year as in the past. The park lost 400 trees to disease this year and it changed the setting immensely and the loss allows more traffic noise from the 401 and the area. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Tow Vehicle Parking
Tips for other Campers:
Plenty of shopping nearby in Milton or if you like to sit in traffic you can go to Toronto.
Price reflects one night stay under Canadian amount. Paved interior roads and sites. Had a 60 foot pull-through, 30 amp electric, water, and sewer that worked great. TV antenna received 15 channels. The Internet was worthless in the evening. Good in the morning before we left. Need to cut back tree branches. Some road noise. Allows campfires. Somewhat easy in and out with a 60 foot combo. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Long enough for my 5th wheel and truck (I didn't have to disconnect
Rate based upon monthly stay in 50 amp site. Nicely kept park in great location. Large park with paved roads and paved 30 amp sites and gravel 50 amp sites. Some 30 amp back ins are gravel. Would stay again after considering the following. Power at my site ranged from 128 volts to 131 volts. Talked to others and all 50 amp sites had high voltage but 30amp sites seemed OK. I would stay in 30 amp site next time. Monthly power charge was $111 which seemed high for Apr/May and minimum A/C usage. Wi-Fi was useless. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
I am rating this campground low due to a couple issues. 1) Their website lists a "heated outdoor pool". During our stay the pool was not heated. We were told "it was too cold to heat the water." Apparently, you only get a heated outdoor pool when the weather is warm outside...yet you pay for a heated outdoor pool. 2) The wireless strength was terrible. We were in site J21. The wireless antenna was in J17 and we still had only one bar. Even when we walked up to J17, we only had one bar. The office lady told me there were some issues, but the strength should be good...it was not.
The office lady was helpful in suggesting we take the train into Toronto rather then deal with traffic. We appreciated that. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $28.00
Rate based upon monthly stay in 50amp site. We have stayed before and always enjoyed our stay. The landscape while not pristine, is very well looked after. The grass is always cut, trees constantly being trimmed and fallen branches taken away. One day the water service was shut off while I was doing laundry. I asked the people digging up the pipes about it and was told it was to repair a leak found the day before. It was only off 3-4 hours but some notice or a bulletin posting would have been nice. We suffered about 20 short power outages during our month. One neighbor disconnected and used his genny preferring not to risk the erratic (mostly high) power. Like the park but degenerating services are a concern. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $40.00
Nice well kept park that we have been to before. Great location, nice staff. There were a few annoyances that keep me from rating it higher. The Wi-Fi is pretty much useless. The utility problems noted before are frustrating. The park seems to react well to outages but it seems we were washing dishes or having a shower when the water went out and the constant power drops always seem to happen at inopportune times. There is a large population of stray cats that some residents leave food out for. There are a number of young families in the park with school age children who do not attend school. They have never bothered us before but this time a family just behind us let their children go in and out of their RV all day and night slamming the door as they went. The children constantly used our site as their personal play area and access route. Like I said, this is a nice park and it could be great if they got a handle on the utilities and cleared out the stray animals. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $39.00
Rates are reduced for weekly or monthly stays. The staff were friendly and informative with helpful tips re shopping. The campground was beautifully maintained and landscaped with fairly level and well-spaced sites. The location was convenient for visiting family in Brampton and the GO station with access to Toronto (allow about an hour). There were several conservation areas for hiking and access to the Bruce Trail was within walking distance. There was constant noise from the nearby 401 Hwy but it was not noticeable after a few days. Unfortunately, the wifi access was totally unreliable. We stayed here for 6 weeks and would definitely stay again. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a monthly rate, tax included. The park has good water pressure. The water is very hard, but the water softener took care of that. There is lots of open space to walk and get your daily exercise. The park has a good sized pool and playgrounds. The pool is clean and well maintained. Our site was located at the far end of the park, far enough from Hwy 401 so as not to hear the noise, but sites at the front of the park are closer to the freeway with all the noise that goes with it. The far end of the park does border on Campbellville Rd, but in the evening, the traffic is minimal and the trees make a good sound barrier. Shopping and dining is readily available in Milton, only minutes away, every store you can imagine, and then some. Olde Downtown Milton is close by with many shops and restaurants The park also recycles, with bins located along with the trash bins. There is a store in the campground, carrying basic groceries, snacks and camping supplies. The washrooms are kept clean and in working order. Once the weather warmed up and we needed to run the AC units, we had problems with the breakers on the pedestal constantly popping. Shortly after reporting the problem, a maintenance worker came, replaced the breakers and we did not have any more problems. The first day we arrived, we had problems with electricity, getting a ‘low voltage' error (104 VAC) and the air conditioners would not work.. Unfortunately, it was a holiday weekend so there was nothing they could do about it. Luckily the next couple of days were cooler and there was no need for the AC. The. local utility came in days later and made some changes. The voltages went back up to where they were supposed to be (124 VAC). In the part of the RV park where we were located, all the sites are back in, but not angled, so are all tight approaches with not a lot of swing room. The parking area was level, but not so on either side. Because of the dips on the side and the narrowness of the approach, we dragged backing in until the wheels climbed back up the dip onto the site. The dumpsters need to be emptied more often or else they need to get another bin to handle the amount of garbage the park generates. There is a charge of $5 for guests to drive into the RV park. This was a real sore point. We had not seen friends and family for 2 years and if they were coming to visit, why should they pay to get past the gate when not using any of the pool or picnic facilities. The Wi-Fi is very slow when it works, which was only about 50% of the time. We have a roof antenna booster for Wi-Fi, so we got a strong signal, but even with that, many times the system was overloaded with no available IP addresses to connect to, or worse yet, their ISP was down. Even with a connection, it would drop in the middle of reading a news article. When it goes down, it would stay down for days. We will probably stay here again when we come back to southern Ontario. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a gem in the midst of a city area. Nice level sites with full hookups. The staff were friendly and helpful. Great family campground close driving distance to Toronto and Niagara Falls. We would definitely stay here again. The park is immaculately maintained. However, the Wi-Fi was very slow, to the point of not being worth the time, but free. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $34.00
Nice park. We had a back-in 30 amp full hook up that was level. There's lots of walking space and open spaces for a view and dog walking. There's also a field to let the dog run off leash. The campground was very clean. My only complaint was the slow and spotty Wi-Fi. Don't advertise it, if it's lousy. The only cable available is for long-timers who set up their own cable separate from the campground. There is road noise from the highway, but not a bother for us. Our rate reflects a GS discount. If going to Toronto, the train leaves Milton very early in the a.m. We drove about 20-30 minutes to Oakville to take the 40 minute train ride into Toronto. We would stay here again. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
Rate is weekly rate. Our third year at this campground since we have family in the area. No 50 amp sites available for our time period so we had to do with 30 amp, but then the power company cut down the voltage to the point that we thought our A/C might be damaged...got to 104.1 volts for an extended period of time. The day before we left the power got to a high of 110 volts. The WIFI here has always been problematic and nothing has changed in that respect - management states that there is only one ISP available to them and there isn't much they can do, but at least they have stopped charging the $35 fee for the "service". Otherwise, this is a great park although subject to road noise from the 401 on the park's east field boundary, but the setting is beautiful and the staff maintains it well. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Motorhome.
Far enough from Toronto but close to what Toronto has to offer. This park is OK, but they do squeeze everyone in when they are busy. Finding the park can be a challenge if you are new to the area. All in all, an acceptable campground. We'd go back if we ever go to that area again. We used our Good Sam discount. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Older, very well kept park with narrow interior paved roads. Constant traffic drone from Highway 401 but quieter at night for sleeping. Lots of seasonal sites and a huge tenting area that only had a couple of users and visitors, so great for us while we were visiting the area. Very pleasant stay. Short distance outside Milton, close enough to visit Toronto etc. Rate cited was for a fully serviced, big rig, back-in 50 amp site. We would stay here again. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $37.00
Rate reflects Good Sam rate including tax for a 50 amp back in site. Road ways are paved, but back in sites are gravel, although pull through sites are paved. This is a year round park with many winter occupants. Our length was a little too long for the site so we had to cut up the wet sod getting in. Water connections are in concrete tile (with covered opening) set into the ground which keeps the line from freezing, but our well was substantially filled with water and our connection had to be fished out of the dirty water. Chlorine bleach sanitized the connection and we tied up the hose so that it could not sink back into the water. Voltage on electrical service showed low voltage on Line 2 of the 50 amp service at night when long term residents returned until they retired for the night and again in the morning, but okay in between. Line 1 was in the 118 range most all the time. By appearance some of the pull-through sites seem to have limbs in need of cutting back. Will likely stay here again when next in area. We camped at Milton Heights Campground in a Fifth Wheel.