We offer many great activities throughout the camping season for your everyone to enjoy. Please visit our campground event calendar on the next tab for a list of weekend activities.
Nightly Family Wagon Rides
Join us Nightly in June-August and on Weekend in May and Sept, for our exciting wagon rides.
Saturday Ice Cream Social
Join us in Raising money for KOA Kids Cancer Camps. Each Saturday evening
May-September we are serving up Ice Cream Sundaes with a variety of toppings.
Giant Chess & Checkers
Show who has the best Chess and Checker skills.
Large oversize pieces make this a great game for all Family members
Heated Pool and Hot Tub
Take a dip in our heated pool, open May 15th- Sept 15.
Fresh Brewed Coffee
Each and Every morning from 9AM-10AM we have Fresh Brewed Coffee for A loonie. All proceeds are donated to KOA Children's Cancer Camps. K Cup coffee is available through out the day and evening.
Please Leave Your Firewood At Home.
A single piece of firewood can destroy millions of trees. Transportation of firewood is a common way for invasive species to spread as they remain hidden under the bark where you can't see them. Bringing firewood from home may accidentally spread pests that threaten Ontario campgrounds and the health of our forests.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued Federal Ministerial Orders that prohibit the movement of specific materials, including firewood and any material made from ash trees, from specific areas of Ontario, Quebec and the United States The emerald ash borer, on its own, does not move very far. Hidden in the bark of trees, this tiny hitchhiker has traveled with many an unsuspecting camper and as a result has killed millions of ash trees across Canada. You could face penalties of up to $50,000 and/or prosecution if you move firewood out of an area regulated for a quarantine pest without prior approval from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Meet Your Hosts
"We do everything we possibly can to make our campers stay the best it can possibly be."
For Mari and Ed Bryans, owners of the Brighton KOA in Ontario, camping runs in the family. "It's something we've always done," Mari says. "I grew up on the campground owned by my parents. Then I married Ed, and he became active in the campground business."
They owned a private seasonal park before purchasing the Brighton KOA campground, but decided to make the switch to KOA because they liked the values KOA represented. They purchased the Brighton campground in June of 2006.
The location and setting of their campground is their biggest pride as campground owners. The beautiful rolling hills and wooded areas make for majestic scenery that they and their campers enjoy. "We do everything we possibly can to make our campers stay the best it can possibly be."