- Entrance Gate
Enjoy many different activities steps from your campsite.
With over 45 rubies/gems and over 30 fossils to collect where will you begin?
Rock Climbing Wall
Come climb our new and exciting Rock Wall. Tower over the campground when you reach the top of this Rock Wall.
Great fun for the young ones, with jets and sprayers we are putting the Splash back in Pool.
Our pirate ship playground always attracts families and our "little ones" playground is a great addition for the younger children.
With a Ping-Pong table and Pool table the competition always heats up. Comfy sofas and flat screen TV are perfect for relaxing on those rainy days.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
June 1st - Festival of Classic Cars
Join us for our second annual Festival of Classic Cars held right on our campground. Also enjoy the 30th annual Cookstown Wing Ding minutes away.
June 14-16 Fathers Day Weekend
Lets get those Dad's out and do what they really enjoy. Everything will revolve around Dad this weekend and we will be sure to make it a Fathers Day they will remember year after year.
June 21-23 Pamper your Pooch Weekend
Come enjoy the great outdoors this weekend and don't forget your furry friend. Its all about the pooch, so let them enjoy our Kamp K9, walk them in our pet parade, or just enjoy the AAC Agility Regionals Trial taking place at our KOA.
June 28-July 1 Christmas in July
Book early for this weekend and don't forget your Christmas decorations. There will be an appearance by Santa Claus himself, a fireworks display, stocking stuffers, and many more Christmas activities. Bring along your Christmas spirit and don't forget your Canadian Pride for Canada Day.
July 5-7 Wilderness Explorer Weekend
Come explore all the great outdoors has to offer. We will take you on nature walks, tell a few stories, experience our mining facility and NEW ROCK WALL and learn a few things about our environment.
Festival of Classic Cars
We will once again be hosting the Festival of Classic Cars that is put on by the Innisfil Rotary Club. It will take place on Saturday June 1 and run throughout the day. Also enjoy the 30th Annual Wing Ding that takes over the streets of Cookstown that same weekend.
Meet Your Hosts
"Make your reservations now and create lasting memories this camping season."The Toronto North/Cookstown KOA has grown up with the Stovold family who first opened the doors in 1995. Ever since then the park has been family owned and operated, which makes Matt overjoyed to carry on the tradition with his longtime better half, Alison. Both are eager to continue the growth of a park that they both know and love so much.
After graduating from Business Marketing, Matt decided it was time to take on the challenges of helping his parents run the campground. He then went to KOA University and from there onto Lake Okeechobee KOA for a management trainee course. “Matt couldn’t be more suited for this job. He has a very infectious behaviour that makes people enjoy being around him,” Alison says enthusiastically. He is a hands-on type of worker, loves to be outside mingling with the campers and will always go over and above what is needed to satisfy the guests.
Alison has always been very ambitious and knew at a very young age that she wanted to work in the recreation field. All throughout high school she worked as a part-time employee at the Toronto North Cookstown KOA. She then went to college for 3 years and graduated from Recreation Facility Management.
Alison and Matt were then very fortunate to have the opportunity (which they gladly accepted!) to accept the position of Relief Management for Discovery Holiday Parks in Australia. After spending just under a year working overseas they were presented with what was a dream job in their eyes - the chance to run the Toronto North/Cookstown KOA. Although it was a tough decision to leave Australia they would not change it for the world. “I am very fortunate that Alison wanted to take on this journey with me as she shares the same passion for the campground as I do” said Matt with nothing but confidence in their capabilities. They could not have asked for better role models, knowing that Matt’s family is there to support them the whole way.
When Matt and Alison are not working, you can bet that they are either playing a sport or cheering on one of their favourite teams. And if they are lucky enough to find the time, they will pack up their tent and go on a camping trip of their own with their loving dog, Keona, and a couple of fishing rods.