Local Area Attractions
Located in the heart of Escarpment Country, our KOA offers access to the best of both country and city life, nestled in the historic community of Campbellville, 7 minutes from the Town of Milton, and 30-45 minutes from major centres to the east and west. Pick fresh, local produce at one of our many local farms. Go antiquing or golfing. Or, hike, bike and explore one of our Region's six conservation parks. The Toronto-West KOA also provides travellers with an excellent 'home base' from which to visit Toronto, Canada's largest city, and its many attractions including the Ontario Science Centre, the Toronto Zoo, Canada's Wonderland, and much more!
The CN Tower
The CN Tower is located about 45 minutes from the KOA Toronto West Campground and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Toronto. It offers games and rides on the lower levels, and a breath-taking, glass-floored observation deck up near the clouds. For the brave among you, take a walk around the circumference of the roof with EdgeWalk. Or for an elegant night out, enjoy fine dining and a panoramic view of the city in the revolving 360 Restaurant. Reservations are recommended, and elevation and access to the observation deck are free with the purchase of one main course meal per person.
Rated one of the Top Ten Zoos in the World, the Toronto Zoo is Canada's premier zoo with more than 5000 animals representing 460+ species in various Regions and Pavilions based on geographical locations. Visit panda couple Er Shun and Da Mao, at the Giant Panda Experience. Bring your camera and your walking shoes, and get ready to explore!
Paramount Canada's Wonderland:
Canada's premiere amusement park is located only 35 minutes away on Highway 400, and features more than 200 attractions, 69 thrilling rides, North America's greatest variety of roller coasters, and Splash Works, a 20-acre park. Check out special activities for smaller children too!
Ontario Science Centre:
Since 1969, the Ontario Science Centre has welcomed more than 46 million visitors for a range of fascinating experiences in science and technology. It is one of Ontario’s most significant cultural attractions, focused on interactivity and hands-on learning for visitors of all ages – kids, teens and adults! The Science Centre is unique in that it conceives, designs and builds its own exhibitions, and boasts Ontario’s only IMAX Dome theatre! Check out the calendar listings for featured activities, and get ready to have fun learning and exploring!
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village is more than a collection of buildings and artifacts. Travel back in time and become immersed in the lifestyles, customs, and surroundings of early residents who built the foundations of modern Toronto and Ontario, at a typical "crossroads community village" found in the Toronto area during the 1800's. Experience a 'Day in the Life' adventure, or learn how things were made from mill power to fine type in the print shop. Travel the 'Country Kids Trail' and learn engage in 'hands-on activities for young families' too! Check calendar for weekly activities at the Village.
Local Area Activities
Our local area is situated in the Niagara Escarpment, recognized as one of the world’s natural wonders and designated as a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Biosphere Reserve, for its special environment. There are 6 conservation parks near the Toronto-West KOA, each offering daily activities and opportunities to hike, bike, rock climb, bird watch, swim and more.
We are also conveniently located just 7 minutes from the Town of Milton, and 30-45 minutes from several major centres to the east and west, offering easy access to some of Canada's premiere attractions, and the best of both country and city life within close range.
Escarpment Country: The Niagara Escarpment
Escarpment Country, centred around the town of Milton, Ontario, encompasses 380 square kilometers of lush countryside, including the Niagara Escarpment and the watershed areas of 12 Mile and 16 Mile Creeks.
Situated at the western gateway to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and in the heart of the Golden Horseshoe of southern Ontario, Escarpment Country draws over 2 million visitors every year! Sports enthusiasts are attracted by the area’s hiking and biking trails, rock climbing, golf courses, lakes and streams, and in winter, the cross country and downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Families visit Escarpment Country for the natural and man-made attractions, fairs, festivals and farm markets. Come for a day… stay for a weekend… and you’ll want to return to see what Escarpment Country has to offer in spring, summer, fall and winter.