The main entrance to the park is under construction and is not marked if you are coming from the Stratford direction (it is if you are coming from the St.Mary's direction). The one non-seasonal section that has hydro is located very close to the highway construction and the blowing dust is very evident. The park management is aware of both of these concerns and should contact the Ministry of Transportation to correct this. Hopefully the highway will be finished before next year. The park itself is very nice and well maintained. The washroom in the non-seasonal section, as has been mentioned, is not adequate for the number of spaces--2 shower stalls which also services the outdoor pool adjacent. No bench in the stall and the shower is a press type valve which lasts only 10 to 13 seconds at a time. Only a small section of sites with hydro are available for non seasonal users. And these sites are very narrow , some quite sloping and lack any privacy. The park offers a lot for families i.e. bike trails, boating, swimming in the reservoir or the pool. The close proximity to Stratford was the drawing card for us and because of this we would stay again but only during the week. I couldn't imagine the non-season area filled to capacity! We camped at Wildwood Conservation Area in a Motorhome.
Returned after many years. Park is much the same as before. Store is not longer available, They have added fire rings to many sites, some sites have slope front to back, will return. We camped at Wildwood Conservation Area in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $43.00
Very nice park. Very close to St. Mary's and Stratford. Excellent staff. Some of the campsites have quite a slope going from front to back that will force some innovative leveling techniques. We camped at Wildwood Conservation Area in a Fifth Wheel.
The Wildwood Conservation Area is a large campground and day park, located on a very large beautiful lake. Boating, fishing and hiking are wonderful. Children's programs and safe playgrounds are offered. The staff are friendly and helpful. The roads are somewhat paved and in terrible shape. The campsites are large, grassy and shaded. Dish TV satellite was receivable. The bathrooms and laundry facilities were limited and sub par. Sewage pump out was offered weekly for $20.00. Daily camping fee was pricey, $36.00, but if you camp monthly the fee drops to $22.00. The surrounding towns, St. Marys and Stratford, are beautiful to visit. We camped here for two months and plan to return next year. We camped at Wildwood Conservation Area in a Motorhome.