The park has two parts, the first one is the camping site off Bronte Road. And second "Day Use" park off Burloak Road, which is about 10-15 minute drive away. Not all camping grounds have tree coverage, and pads are gravel based and level. The camp ground had lots of children and some dogs. Some sites require long electrical cord, our site required two 25 feet extension cord to reach the power post. The power post had only 15A and 50A sockets, but the park office had courtesy rental of 50A to 30A converter. Separate dumping area also has potable water to fill the fresh water tank. The day use area has lots of activities for children with petting farm, pool etc. You will have to pay extra to use the pool ($2.50 per adult and $1.00 per child, if you are camping). There are nice trails to walk the dogs as well.
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.
The electrical sites for large trailers and motor homes are away from the main park at Riverside camp ground. You will have to drive out of your camp ground to go to the main site to access pool, sandy beach, trails etc. Separate dumping area also has potable water to fill the fresh water tank. The sites at Riverside campground are shady with mature trees. Pool was closed when we stayed there, which doesn't open until 27-June.
Good clean pull through sites. Some pull through sites have gravel base, most of them have Asphalt base. Pool was closed when we stayed here during Victoria day long weekend. Children's playground was nice and clean, both my kids really enjoyed it. The campground had lots of children and pets. Pull through sites have nice tall trees providing shade and wind protection.