1000 Islands / Mallorytown KOA General Information

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General Campground Information

Check-in and Check-out times

Sites:  Check-in:      1:00 pm
            Check-out:  11:00 am

Accommodations:  Check-in:     2:00 pm
                                 Check-out:  11:00 am

Garbage & Recycling

Thank you for keeping our campground clean and for recycling.  If you are not sure on how to dispose of certain items, we will be happy to help you.  Please do not dispose any type of oil or grease on the ground or in the fire pit!
Pickup at 11:00 am or drop off at dump station.

Firewood Policy & Campfires

Thank you for keeping the camping experience great for you and your neighbours by adhering to the following rules:

To prevent spread of disease, NO OUTSIDE FIREWOOD IS PERMITTED, INCLUDING PALLETS, SCRAP MATERIAL OR WOOD WITH NAILS OR STAPLES.  If you would like to have a fire, wood is for sale at the store.

Keep the campground safe and enjoyable by NOT MOVING FIRE RINGS, keeping fires low and fully extinguishing them when they are unattended.

Pool Hours Sat, May 11 to Mon, Oct 14

Open 10:00 - Dusk
No lifeguard.  Rules posted at pool.
Must be 12 years of age to be in pool area without parent/guardian supervision.
Under 11 years and under must be supervised by parent/guardian 16 years or older.
Due to health regulations, only accepted swimwear is permitted.

Quiet time

11:00 pm to 8:00 am.
Audio equipment is not permitted at this time and voices must be kept low.
So that all camping guests may enjoy their experience, PLEASE RESTRICT NOISE TO YOUR SITE AT ALL TIMES.

Store Hours

Fri, Apr 12 - Thu, May 9:
Daily:  9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Fri, May 10 - Fri, Jun 28:
Sun - Thu:  9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri & Sat:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat & Sun, May 19:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Sat, Jun 29 - Sun, Sep 1:
Daily:  8:00 am - 9:00 pm

Mon, Sep 2 - Sun, Oct 13:
Sun - Thu:  9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri & Sat:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat & Sun, Oct  10 - 13:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Mon, Oct 14 - Sat, Nov 2:
Daily:  9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Visitors

All visitors must register and pay the daily / overnight / camping fee.
Check out time for daily visitors:  10:30pm
Check out time for overnight visitors:  11:00 am.
If overnight visitors wish to stay past 11:00 am, they are subject to paying the next day's daily fee.

Pet Policy

Pets are welcome!
Out of courtesy we request that they be non-aggressive, on a leash, picked up after and quiet.
Pets may roam, attended, in our off leash pet park in which we provide pet bags for your convenience.
Pets that are visiting in our accommodations must be crated when left unattended in the units.

Meet Your Hosts

The Marcoux Family

Join us as we celebrate over 30 Years of Great Camping!


Becoming campground owners was a long time coming for Richard and Susan Marcoux, owners of the 1000 Islands/Mallorytown KOA in Ontario.

Richard purchased the campground with his father in 1988. For about 12 years, Richard and Susan worked at the campground on summer weekends, and pursued careers in aerospace during the week while his parents ran the campground. When his father passed away in 2000 and the campground became too much for his mother to run alone, Richard and his wife decided to try a lifestyle change and became sole owners of the campground.

Richard, who enjoys building things, and Susan, who loves to organize, got to work right away on making their campground the best it could be for their campers. Since 2000, they have been developing a pool complex that includes a large pavilion, laundry room, game room, full entertainment centre, and snack bar.

One of the interesting things campers will see when visiting the campground is a large moose named George. "We won George the moose at an expo convention, and he's been our campground mascot ever since," says Richard. "You'll see him all over our campground, sitting in the lobby with his KOA nametag around his neck, dancing with Susan, or hanging out in the snack bar while we serve our guests breakfast every morning. George even inspired most of the item names on the menu, such as "Hungry As a Moose" breakfast. When the food is ready, I shout 'Moose is up!"

"We just try to make everyone happy," says Richard and Susan. "We have very high standards for our campground, and try to make it an interesting and enjoyable place for families to stay."

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