Marmora KOA

178 KOA Campground Road

Marmora, ON K0K 2M0 Canada Canada

Reserve: 800-562-9156

Info: 613-472-2233

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General Campground Information

We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.

Store Hours

9 am to 6 pm - Sunday to Thursday and 9 am to 9 pm on weekends in May, June, September, October. **************************** Store is open daily from 9 am to 9 pm in July & August.

Check-in & Check-out times

RV and Tent sites: check-in & check-out time - 2 pm ***** Cabins and Rental Trailers check-in 3pm, check-out 11am

Visitors

If you are expecting visitors, please let them know they need to register in the store upon entering the park. Visitors fee: Adults - day use - $4.75, Children ages 5-17 day use - $3.75. Visitors must depart by 10pm. .

Pool Hours

Indoor pool hours: 10 am - 10 pm Outdoor pool hours: 10:30 am till dusk. !!!!!!!!!! Our pools are unsupervised. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the pools without supervision.

Use of All Terrain Vehicles

All ATV’s have to be registered with us at the time of registration. Please follow our rules for ATV use in the park. Trail passes available in the store.

Quiet Time

Quiet time is from 11 pm - 8 am ++++++++++ No loud radio allowed at any time, NO radio at all after 11 pm ! +++++++++++++++ Night owls and early risers welcome but please be respectful of others and observe quiet hours at all times.

Firewood

PLEASE DO NOT TRANSPORT WOOD! The invasive Emerald Ash Borer could cause us to have to clear cut our beautiful forest. It is illegal to transport firewood. Firewood can be purchased in the store. Please help us save our beautiful forest. ++++++++++++++ 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. *The Asian Long-horned Beetle is a destructive beetle which attacks hardwood trees, including maple, elm, poplars, birch and willow. 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. Further info can be found at www.inspection.gc.ca or call 1 866 463 6017

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