8 RV Parks near Penetanguishene, Ontario
Aug 2011 - $40.00
Great park with mature trees and easy beach access for young families. The farthest beach #4 is the best, but its unfortunately a 4km round trip. Some smart people brought their bikes to help the journey, but it is easily walkable. Tent sites were very clean with plentiful water sources nearby. Comfort stations (shower) were very clean. If you're heading to the beach and driving there, plan to arrive early as the day-users fill up the parking lot fast! - JR..
Jun 2008 - $34.00
Although we did not camp on the water, we loved this campground! It is like camping under an umbrella of trees. It is very peaceful! Our site was 229, and we felt it was the best electric site in the campground. We had two picnic tables and a fire ring. We had enough room on our site to put up our bug tent around one of the picnic tables. Bathroom facilities were nice! - audmars
Aug 2005 - $31.00
It is a large Provincial Park with big loops far enough away that you never see people in them. Has electric on some loops in campground. But, you need a very long cord for either 15 or 30 amp. Most sites were big enough for our 32 feet but they gave us a long driveway one (50 feet) so we were not able to move around in our site in Wolf. Very heavy shade from tall trees. Some light shrubs between sites. 2 picnic tables on each site with a fire ring. Wood is sold. Has beach for Georgian Bay but we didn't see it. Site drained well after heavy rain. 7 miles outside of town (a few turns that are not mentioned in Trailer Life). If you don't have reservations, you sign up and at 1 pm they will call your name if they have a spot. - pegdiver
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Management was very rude and confrontational. I would never go back to this park. During our stay we also witnessed management arguing with another camper to the point of the management getting right in the other campers face. Replace management and this would be a fantastic place. - Jennifer P
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Very friendly staff in the office. No WIFI access but they are working at getting it. This used to be a Carefree Resort park but recently came under the ownership of Sun Communities. No cable but we were able to pick up 6-7 channels fairly well using our aerial. - 69636
Jun 2016 - $25.00
The park is beautiful, lots of trees, large area. There was lots for the kids to do. There was badminton nets, tether ball, basketball net, parks, wagon ride, pool, and trails for walking and biking.
The bathrooms/showers were gross, small, in need of upgrading. The pool had swim times for only adults for an hour, and other for seniors for an hour, and not kids allowed. There was more golf cart traffic than a golf course and most were doing over the 10 km limit. When we travelled through the park, doing 8 km an hour, with kids sitting on the back tail gate, we had several seasonal tenants yelling to slow down. This happened several times, and we purposely went below the speed limit and still got yelled at for going too fast.
After dinner while sitting by the fire and listening to music from inside out tent trailer, we were thanked for turning our music down. We had it on the same volume for a few hours and had not touched the volume(which was not loud). Not sure if it was another camper or not.
There were a few rude seasonals asking the kids to leave the pool and telling them not to jump in (one was just walking along the pool). One family just left. My husband just asked our kids to come back to the trailer, to avoid any confrontations.
We felt like were inmates being checked on regularly. We were constantly woken up by golf carts driving by until the early morning. We went to bed around 11 or 11:30.
We camp all over Ontario and have never had this experience, and we've never had complaints about our behaviour, driving, or music before.
It is pretty clear that the seasonal campers run this campsite, and I would not recommend this place for families. We would not camp here again. There are many places around Ontario that welcome families. This is probably better suited for retired or older people. - K2 -_
Jun 2013 - $37.00
A fairly nice trailer park with a separate campground section. There are only about 4 sites with full hookups and lots of sites with water and electric. The washroom is all tiled and looks fairly new and well looked after. A NEGATIVE is that showers cost $1.00. Campground is only a few minutes away from Midland's three main attractions of Wye March, Saint Marie and Martyr's shrine. - Gandalf
Aug 2011 - $37.00
This is a trailer park with about 15 overnight sites. A few have hydro and water but no sewer hookup. Does not accept credit cards. Showers are coin operated. Sewage dump station does not have water/hose for cleaning sewer hose. Small sandy beach on Georgian Bay. Good fish restaurant 3 minutes away. Daily breakfast is available in rec. room - Gandalf
Aug 2005 - $31.00
Nice park for smaller units. Some sites on water have boat dockage. Pine section has electric for bigger units but some are not level (large boulders). Right off Rt. 400 (exit 162) so you hear traffic all night at the larger sites. Small dump station by office. 40 minutes to an hour to Parry Sound. Possible parasite from beavers in 6 mile lake so we didn't go swimming but others did (towel off briskly was recommended). - pegdiver
Aug 2017 - $65.00
We have stayed here many times - one of our favourite locations. On the plus side, the adult area is fantastic, large concrete sites with privacy and full service. On the con side, we rarely saw staff. When we arrived the previous site user's garbage bag was blocking our driveway. The free WIFI is seriously underpowered and slow. I still like the park, but I question the price. - N1Hub
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Top KOA in Ontario. Well maintained. Level lots - Samuelbc
Sep 2016 - $90.00
We have been seasonal in the adult section for several years. Management has let this section go down hill. They have not put any money into this area. There is no cable TV, Internet does not work, dirt roads which cause dust storms by everyone using them and although the pads are concrete and a nice size they have never been cleaned and the dirt and mold is taking over. Management has said to several guests the if they don't like it they can leave, there's a waiting list.. - Gbi
Aug 2011 - $99.00
We camped with 3 other families. The kids had a great time with the waterslides and wave pool and the other activities around the park, which meant the parents had their own fun. Got to say that this is the loudest park we have ever stayed in. Loud parties until 2 am which if you have small kids might be a problem. Also, the comfort stations and showers were gross and dirty. Even when we mentioned to staff, it took 2 days to get soap in the ladies washroom. They definitely need more comfort stations for the number of tent campers. The staff was great, the lifeguards wonderful. I will go back, but not for a rest. - User2103
Jul 2011 - $40.00
A great spot for those with kids up to about 12 years I'd say. Older than that and the water park would just be ok. Sites are large no shade though as I believe it's a fairly new facility with lots of young trees. Lots of activities and events for young and old alike. The owner was there and seemed very hands-on. We were there for Canada weekend and came back this past weekend. 2 nights both times. Enjoyed both stays and will go back next year too. - Rockford
May 2010 - $36.00
We stayed here during the pre-season period, before the water park opened for the year. The swimming pool (not the wave pool) was open. Splash Canyon is in its third season now. There are mostly seasonal sites around the perimeter of the campground. Overnight sites are in the middle of the campground. The park is well maintained. There is a security gate. The office closes at 4 PM during the pre-season, and there will be no one to let you through the gate after 4 PM, so be sure to get an access card for the gate. The sites have some privacy, but the trees that have been planted have not grown very tall yet. - treetime
Aug 2016 - $65.00
This is a very nice campground, but not for the Glampers. The beach is beautiful and groomed often. The private beaches allows you to relax and just enjoy your time but its location it is only a short drive to main beach shopping and activities. Only small dogs allowed. We have been here 2 times and the kids love it. Just a short drive to all amenities. Walking distance to Fries and Ice Cream shack. - kmnpcampers