VISITOR RATES FOR 2014
We are very happy that you like to share your camping experiences with your family and friends. We also love to have them as visitors.
However, to ensure our facilities continue to be available to our other registered campers (as we only have a limited capacity) we do charge a fairly high visitor fee.
Adults 12 and over $20/day
Children 6-11 $15/day
Seniors (60 and over) $10/day
Children 5 and under -free
We ask that you please advise your guests of this charge prior to their arrival at the front desk to ensure they are prepared to cover the cost. All visitors MUST register at the main office.
Please note that there is a MAXIMUM NUMBER OF VISITORS AT ONE TIME OF 5 PEOPLE.
Please speak with the office IN ADVANCE if you are planning for a special occasion as a surcharge will apply to any additional guests.
Guests must use the visitors parking lot and must abide by all campground rules. Campers are responsible for their guests while they are on site.
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Do Not Transport Firewood
A single piece of firewood can destroy millions of trees. It might seem difficult to imagine, but something as simple as bringing your own firewood when you travel to or from your favourite campsite could threaten and destroy thousands, even 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. Campers who bring firewood from home may accidentally spread pests that threaten Ontario campgrounds and the health of our forests. Leave your firewood at home. Throwing a few pieces of firewood into the trunk of the car before a camping trip might seem like a good way to plan ahead, but those logs could destroy a forest. The Asian long-horned beetle and Emerald ash borer are of particular concern. They are both recent arrivals to Canada and have no natural controls here. To prevent the spread of these pests, 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. To find out if your area is regulated please visit the CFIA web site. Did you know? • Transportation of firewood is a common way for invasive species to spread. • 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.
New Cabins in 2014
We are adding 4 more cabins to our inventory. These will be located at the back of the campground where the horseshoe pit is right now. The units sleep four and have a full bathroom a 1/2 kitchen and a set of table and chairs. Cozy with lots of windows to enjoy the outdoors. When booking go Deluxe Cabin:Kottages