6 Parks near Turkey Point, Ontario
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
Aug 2011 - $40.00
This was a great campground, clean, friendly and pet friendly. Short drive to Turkey Point and beautiful beach. Nice walk or bike ride to Normandale beach which is small but dog friendly. Nice pool, great walking trails just outside the park. Would definitely stay here again. - wannago
May 2016 - $43.00
Norfolk Conservation Area is a provincial run park along the shores of Lake Erie. In the area there are a number of "Conservation Area" parks dotting the lake coastline with perhaps the most popular in the area being Turkey Point Conservation area because of its beautiful sandy beach on Lake Erie. We stayed at Norfolk because a family member has a seasonal camper there. This is an older park filled mostly with seasonal campers in mostly very very old trailers. Sites are all gravel or grass, somewhat flat to very uneven. Some, such as the site we had 104, are on the cliff side bank of Lake Erie offering beautiful views, especially at night of the surrounding coast line. Though the rangers where very friendly and helpful in providing us with a site big enough to accommodate our 35 ft. class A, I don't think anything larger would fit. We did encounter some low hanging branches entering the park. Roads are rutted gravel/dirt. We only had 30 amp service and the last day at the park the temps got down to the mid 30s, and my surge protected kept cutting power to our rig, probably because of all the electric heaters running. We would visit again only if we got the same site 104 and because we did enjoy touring around Port Dover, Long Point and some nearby wineries. - vincee
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
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 - $30.00
Spent a night here. 50 amp service now available in the pull through sites.
Mine was very long and easily accommodated my 40 footer and 12 foot trailer. Sites are a little close, almost awning to awning when extended.
Very friendly and helpful staff. A large number of seasonals but very well kept and clean. - MJB
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The park site was good, well treed, nice lake, the roads were covered by very little gravel therefore extremely dusty, park management was less than helpful, shower/washroom was old and falling apart, WiFi was none existent at sites & and sporadic at clubhouse. - Little Elm
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Overall park is OK. Some areas are updated with new service. Showers are dated. People are friendly but the office staff are needing lessons in customer service. - dawg73