We found this campsite by following signs from the highway. The signs to get to this campground need to be updated: so old they were hard to see at night. We were headed to Thousand Islands and it started getting dark: saw a sign for Yogi and figured it could not be that bad. It was the best choice. The owners were very accommodating considering it was 8:30 at night and we had no reservation. The site was a good size and the river on-site is marvelous. Very quiet campground. Would love to visit it again. Thousand Islands is only 1 hour away.
The price per night is in US dollars. We stayed here for 4 nights and were disappointed that we had to pay $4 per night per kid since the price only included 2 adults. The shuttle service advertised on their web page was a 14-passenger van that adults had to pay for. I would think with a campground so close to a major attraction that they would have a bigger vehicle. This van caused a lot of headaches for numerous campers. The staff was attentive and helpful but the campground did not live up to it's web page. The pool and playground were kind of small and some of the games advertised on their webpage: you had to pay for. The campground is also close to the QEW (Queen Elisabeth Way) and if not for us being in the back of the campground, road noise would have been a problem.