3 Parks near Rodney, Ontario
Jun 2012 - $27.00
This park has mostly seasonal campers but there are perhaps 25 to 40 transient spots. There are only three sites with sewer hookups for transient; however, they like to keep them for people that are staying longer term. They are right on Lake Erie and have a nice clean beach. There is a marina just down the road. They are only open seasonally. - tefarmer
4838 Switzer Drive Appin, Ontario N0L 1A0 (map) | (519) 289-2100
Sites: 193 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 4 Reviews
May 2016 - $40.00
Great park! The owners are very welcoming and helpful! The sites are spacious and easy to get into. All the amenities are nice and clean. There is a pool and events on the calendar. Added bonus...WiFi available!!
No issues with hydro (as a previous camper mentioned), we had our furnace, microwave, Kuerig running, and even a few items charging: everything was fine for us. Pool was just put in last year and area around it is starting to be landscaped.
We will definitely be back again! - TakeMeCampingToday
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Hydro is terrible! We couldn't run our AC and microwave at the same time. It was extremely hot out and to have our power keep popping was really inconvenient. We were personally going to the power box and flipping our breaker back on . The person I talked to about making a reservation was rude and I felt liked he didn't even want to take my reservation. The Park is okay. The pool is nice, but needs a lot of grounds work, it's pretty much in the middle of a dirt pile. - Kate86
Jun 2014 - $40.00
Spent one night here on our way to the USA. The site was very large and grassy; plenty of room. Facilities appeared to be well maintained with a nice pool and playground. The owners were super nice and accommodated our every need. The seasonal residents were very friendly. - AlCamMum
Jul 2015 - $38.00
With only a couple caveats, we loved our stay at Rondeau Provincial Park. We were looking for a quiet and relaxing place to get some beach time.
The campsites are fairly private with many trees and bushes separating campers. There is a fill station near the dump station to fill up your fresh water tank. The showers were some of the best that we have every seen. Water was almost too hot!
The beach areas that are walkable from the campground are grown up with weed right down the the waterline and are infested with mosquitos. There are other nice beaches, but you have to drive a few minutes. The dog beach is the farthest away (+5km). The beaches are nice, with a combination of sand and some pebble. The Lake Erie water temperature was "warmer than New England but colder than Virginia Beach".
The staff were quite helpful. We had an electrical problem at our site and someone came right away to fix it. On the other hand some new campers arrived right next to us who were more into partying. The weed smoking would begin early in the day and the noise at night was a bit more than acceptable. We complained to the staff and were promised an intervention, but nothing changed. We just ran the fan in our trailer at night and it drowned out most of the noise...
In the area here is hiking, biking, fishing and beach and that's pretty much it. To go to town for supplies is a 20 min drive.
If you're looking for peace and quiet in a natural setting, that's what you'll get! - Hit The Road