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9 RV Parks near Port Burwell, Ontario
May 2018 - $40.00
Quiet provincial park near small town of Port Burwell on Lake Erie. Stayed in Leander loop with a group. Good sized grass covered sites, most fairly level. Lots of facilities for kids. Short hiking trails showing off local flora. Port Burwell is home to one of Canada's O-class submarines (decommissioned), and the tour is money well spent. - Whitby Guy
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is one of the nicest and under-rated provincial parks in Ontario. Clean new facilities, with staff that makes the rounds to ensure everything is well taken care of. Would definitely return.
The beach here is 2.5 km long. It's not groomed because they want to keep it natural and that's OK with me (except for cigarette butts).
Several of the larger trees within the park were cut down over the past year or so because of damage from the Emerald Ash Borer. I noticed some sites seemed sparse (we are used to a fair amount of privacy between sites and we choose the parks based on this). I had not visited before though so had nothing to compare it to. Our site (151) was perfect. - scratchmyback
Jul 2018 - $60.00
A park that has a unique beach on lake Erie with massive sand dunes. A long trek down and up from the beach area, a lot of work for little kids and older people. No shade in the hook up area which made it very hot for the time that we were there. Most of the RVs were a permanent fixture, lots of room for tents. The owners need to visit other parks and check out the amenities elsewhere and the cost of such. WIFI is $12 Canadian, very steep to say the least. - Jonsey
Jul 2005 - $28.00
Cheap site but everything else is extra - $5 each day for each (electric, sewer, motorhome, tow car) and price was for only 2 people ($14 each) so it ended up very expensive. Large sand dunes block access to small beach on Lake Erie (long, long way back up). Pay phone near office, picnic table and fire ring. A few pay showers. Got the sewer site between 2 seasonals and we were out of the very crowded other areas. Some sites had 5 tents and many cars. Not near anything. - pegdiver
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Spent the long weekend out at Red Oaks and could not be more happy with a place..will be looking into going seasonal next year. Lots of activities for young and old. They make you feel welcome there, people and staff very friendly. Rates good. After the dance, become very quiet for those who wanted to turn in for the night Would go back. Looking into seasonal next year. Even through the rain was a great weekend. - Camping 195
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Beautifully shaded park with large sites. Unfortunately the washrooms not cleaned regularly, the park had a foul odor(sewage), and the water smelt of sulfur. Playground was old and littered with trash. My family found this park was not well maintained at all and would not recommend visiting this park. - vixon
Aug 2010 - $30.00
Stayed mid week, 4 nights for $85. Nice and quite during the week. Pool is older but well kept. Very well shaded. No satellite reception in upper areas due to trees. A bit close to the road but the noise is low. Nice playground for the kids. Sites are level on pull thrus. Upper level not bad but no grass, could be a bit of a mess in the rain. Owners on site are quite nice. - bert64
Jun 2017 - $1.00
Great park but they only have a few sites that are used for travelers as most of the lots are filled with permanent and seasonal campers.This park is definitely not set up for Big Rigs as we were in a 45' motor home and had to have someone track down the owner of the lot next to us to get them to move their truck so we had room to cut across the end of their lot to get into ours We were only there for one night and did not want to disconnect from our tow vehicle and we filled our lot and the most of the lot behind us. Getting out of the lot was a bit easier but also requires someone to move their car. There really is not room for a 45' RV in this park. the residents who moved their vehicles for us were super nice about it and that made for a pleasant stay. I would guess the max length to get a Motor home into these sites should be 36 to a max of 40' and they would be tight. Not going back anytime soon. - hpykmpr47
Sep 2014 - $35.00
This park is very clean and exceptionally well kept. Sites are of average size and many have trees on them. Friendly residents and community feeling atmosphere. Well organized social events. Secure park with rules and regulations that are enforced. Beautiful park. - vixon
Jun 2009 - $38.00
Considering that this park was rated a 5 star resort, I was very dissapointed. There is no pool, the roads were very dusty with large pot holes and rocks. There were no showers near the transient camping area and the washrooms that were there were in a tiny little trailer similar to an outhouse. They don't have 50 amp service. They require a 20 dollar deposit for a key to get out of the park at night. They have an entry gate that lifts but at night they close a steel gate and padlock it. So to get out of the park at night you have to unlock the padlock on the gate, manually open it and then close it behind you when you leave. Not sure why they need two gates. - motorhomesqueak
Dec 2015 - $40.00
Nice park. The pool was nice and the sites are a decent size. Good size playground for the kids. There were some trails to go on as well. Lots are spacious and range from some shade to mostly shady. Site surfaces are grass and feature a fire ring and picnic table. - TakeMeCampingToday
Jun 2013 - $27.00
This is a nice campground. The rate is the monthly rate for 30 amp and water. No sewage connection, but they do have a dump sight. The roads are gravel and not very well maintained. The camp sites are very large, gravel/grassy and easy to get into. I was able to receive Dish Sat. You have to cut your own grass and the CG does not provide a mower. The campground staff are great people. They do enforce the rules and we liked that. The pool is small, not heated, but has a lifeguard. The showers cost 50 cents. The campground is close to St Thomas for easy shopping but far enough away to provide a nice quiet stay. We will return again. - tethomas
Aug 2012 - $42.00
Only 3km from St. Thomas. Very nice, clean park, good staff ,and well maintained. Only reason not to give full marks was no Internet and no sewers. Does have a dump station. Sites are a good size and grassy. Some are tree lined for privacy and others more open to accommodate traveling with other RV's. - MDM
Jun 2008 - $34.00
Average campground, Expensive considering what you do not get. Problem for us were the bugs. Thousands of these bugs they call fuzzies. Like giant mosquitoes that do not bite but still are a nuisance. Also took our dog for a walk and he came back infested with wood ticks. Ticks are a real problem to get off a dog! There is a really nice huge beach area with some campsites carved right out of the sand dunes. Neat! But I thought there was boardwalk trails through the marshes used for bird watching. No trails! According to my wife we will never go back because of the bugs. - randyk1711
Aug 2018 - $48.00
Very clean campground. Our site was a pull through (adjacent to an open site), gravel and full hookups. Very fast wi-fi, strong Rogers cell signal (we have AT&T so we could use it.) Park had a pool, pond, gravel roads, easy to navigate. The park has seasonals, park models and some mobile homes. Not sure what the long term plan is for the park but for a short stay, we enjoyed it. - MangoandJune
Sep 2017 - $22.00
Saved 25% on the monthly rate as date of stay was mid September to mid October. Pool, paddle boats, store etc all closed, thus the reduced rate. Our site was a short back-in but as not too many there, they allowed us to park our car on site behind, otherwise it would have been a real challenge to get the tow vehicle on site. Staff was excellent and helpful but beware, they have a "visitors resort fee" of $5/day which they never told me about at booking. It may be fine when all is open but when most of resort is closed, a bad policy. Our daughter was coming out 2-3x/week for dinner and after some discussion never charged her but in high season, they said they would even though she wasn't using anything of theirs other than a spot of dirt for her car. This is the nicest one close to London ON that we have found. - mdjr
Sep 2017 - $120.00
We were travelling around looking for a park to make our permanent seasonal. We stayed one week. We talked to quite a few seasonal campers and what we found out was obsurd. The owner treats his seasonal campers who pay prime rates very poorly. Although the grounds themselves are very clean and tidy that is about all that is good. The store is actually only open on the weekends and most of the time they are out of the specials they advertise. The pool doesn't open till July and closes promptly after the labour day weekend. There are no through the week activities what so ever. The internet is a joke, they control the bandwidth and it took 25 minutes for me to get in my text emails.He has asked many seasonal people who have been there for years to leave because their trailers are too old. The truth is he wants this to be a mobile home park not a rv park...I say park because "Resort" is not really accurate. The owners are completely selfish, ignorant people and I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy! RVers Beware. - Camp Reviewer 3
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We camped on a Friday night, so if you're looking for peace & quiet, don't look here. We asked for a more private site & therefore took a site without electricity. The site was in the Walking Stick section. The sites near us began to fill up immediately with groups of people, not rowdy per se, but unlike those of any campground we'd ever visited, like weekend campers getting out of some city or other. I had to tell one neighbor to turn the music down; the 6 men across from us were too loud. The site was not clean-lots of little trash like beer caps. Some of the many confusing barrels & crates for recycling were overflowing onto the ground & hadn't been emptied in a while. A mess.
The beach on Lake Erie was quite a ways away, about 1/2 a mile, so we took our cycle.
We never saw a park vehicle drive by our area.
Right near the highway, although there wasn't much noise at night. We would never stay here again. Not a place to have confidence in for a relaxing stay. - Upriver
Sep 2012 - $30.00
First time staying in this Provincial Park, might be our new favorite next to the Pinery. Sites were very large and private. Very nice park. - wannago
Jun 2009 - $40.00
The camping sites are well separated by mature trees, which provides excellent shade. The sandy beach is a short drive away from the campground and is very clean. Kids really enjoyed the beach. The shower and bath facilities at the Walkingstick Woods site where we stayed were nice and clean. They have a short 2.5km trail, which was nice to walk with 4 and 8 year old, but does cross a road, which was not busy. We did not try the longer 4km trail. The campground had lots of kids and pets. - Lazy Camper
Sites: 100 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 24 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $45.00
A CG with this many amenities usually would get a much higher rating. But there are several things which bring the rating down.. 1) No WiFi - but staff said they are working on it 2) NOISE. The freeway noise is constant day and night and loud 3) Was going to use the shower but somebody made a mess. Wasn't cleaned till the next day. The shower stalls were old and rusty. 4) the vibe of the CG is wrong. It just doesn't feel inviting. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Would not stay again mainly because of noise. Trees provided usable shade without being in the way. Even though RVParkReviews says no FHU, the do have FHU but you have to ask. - newbies2016
Jul 2018 - $50.00
My family and I stayed here in July 2018 and it was a lovely experience. All of the staff were very friendly and approachable. We had a small issue due to another camper and the issue was resolved very quickly and professionally. We will definitely be returning. Having a small child, there was plenty to entertain him. From the pool, to the playground to the mini-putt. It was a very enjoyable campground. - Laura-P
Aug 2017 - $29.00
We stayed here for 2 months while visiting family in the area during a layover in our fulltime RV journey, thus the nightly rate appears lower than what you can expect on shorter term stays. The monthly rate of $875 I found a little high given the rates of other parks we have stayed up to this point in our fulltime journey across Canada and the US. The owners are working on improving the park and it will be interesting to return here again to see how the improvements are going. The road is broken up asphalt within the park, and compacted gravel on the entry road. The broken asphalt needs to be compacted or replaced. The site parking areas are gravel with grass bordering the remaining area. Unfortunately, the bordering grass gets killed with the mats people put outside their unit. This then becomes dirt, which then becomes mud when it rains. I eventually cleaned and stored my mats. In addition, our outside area had a rather nasty hole which prevented chairs from sitting level, it also pooled water after it rained. The hookups were convenient at our site, there are a few others where the distance is not as convenient. Electric service was reliable, as was our sewer hookup. The water pressure in the park was a problem. At one point the flow from the tap was barely a trickle. Management was working on this problem. The fire pit for the neighbouring site was very close to the driver side of our motorhome, so much so that I was washing ash off our unit more than once. This was common at a number of the sites. The park is near the 401 highway and traffic noise is noticeable. As with most highways, things quiet down in the evening and it becomes less noticeable. There are some permanent units in various states of care. There are a number who have taken extra care to grow healthy grass and landscape with plants. These places look great. The residents we met were very friendly and helpful. - Riptorn