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The Niagara Escarpment:
Because of our proximity to one of the World's Most Recognized International Biospheres many hiking trails and quiet retreats can be found a short distance away. The Halton Region Conservation Authority manages these lands and gives us an opportunity to visit the following very popular attractions in the immediate vicinity of Toronto West KOA:
Lake Kelso: For swimmers and canoeists - and a good place for fishermen to relax.
Hilton Falls: A natural treat with 16 kilometers of hiking trails and a scenic waterfall.
Crawford Lake: Explore a 15th Century Iroquoi Indian Village and a very special lake in a wilderness setting completely encircled by a boardwalk for visitors to enjoy.
Mountsberg Wildlife Centre: Includes a 500 acre lake, a well-known Raptor Centre housing many impressive exhibits, resident birds-of-prey and a bird hospital.
Rattlesnake Point: A Rock Climber's Heaven which includes a Buffalo Herd - but no rattlesnakes.
Mount Nemo: Another of our Local Internationally Renowned Rock Climbing Centres - including caves and 1000 year old cedar trees.
The Bruce Trail: This World Famous Hiking Trail follows the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara Falls and winds past the campground and through some of the above attractions on its way to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula on Lake Huron.
Our area is blessed with several dozen fine golf courses ranging from courses to challenge the ubiquitous duffer to world class courses that cater to the pros. Several public courses are only minutes away.
Mohawk Raceway and Slots Casino
This World Class Harness Racing Track and Casino, operated by the Ontario Jockey Club, is located adjacent to Toronto West KOA and offers world-class harness racing with over 750 slot machines and dining facilities operating year round. Parking and admission are free. It's an easy walk from the campground.
The Village of Campbellville
Our quaint and picturesque hometown on the outskirts of the bustling Greater Toronto Area boasts country restaurants, antique shops, book stores, gift shops a modern shopping court and friendship. Be sure to ask for our advice and one of our local maps to direct you to all the attractions in the local area.
Meet Your Hosts
"Building memories for generations!"Hello KOA Guests, New and Returning!
The Toronto West KOA is under new ownership, starting with the 2013 camping season.
Our family is excited to share our Toronto West KOA as a place for you and yours to create memories.
While we are new to this business, we are confident that with the help of our experienced staff, the support team at KOA, and our personal commitment to a total quality experience, you will be a happy camper!
We have committed to vast renovations to our park to enhance your experience. We are looking forward to the change and improvements ahead!
We'd love to hear from you! If you ever have comments, ideas or any feedback to share, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-854-2495.
We look forward to getting to know you!
Warmest regards, safe travels and happy camping!
Shawn and Bridget Saulnier