Renfrew / Ottawa West KOA Canada

Open May 1 - October 15

Reserve: 800-562-3980

Reserve: 800-562-3980

Info: 613-432-6280

Info: 613-432-6280

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2826 Johnston Road

Renfrew, ON K7V 3Z8 Canada

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Check-in: 12:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4 out of 5

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Local Area Attractions

McDougall Mill Museum

The McDougall Mill Museum is located in Renfrew. It is open daily in July and August. Tours are welcomed any time from June through September. Enjoy displays of early pioneer tools, machinery and household articles. Also included is a military section, Victorian costumes, doll exhibit, collections and toys.

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Whitewater Rafting -- Several companies

Wilderness Tours offers rafting, mountain biking, bungee jumping, kayaking, and much more.

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Algonquin Trading Post

See native arts and crafts at the Algonquin Trading Post.

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Spring fed lake, golf driving range, and 150 acres of woodland.

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Ottawa is Canada's capital. There are many attractions in this area.

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Bonnechere Caves

Bonnechere Caves gives guided daily tours at frequent intervals. Enjoy viewing twisting passages, stalactites, and fossils or coral and sea creatures that were first discovered in 1853 and opened in 1955. Pack a picnic and enjoy at one of several picnic tables provided. Visit them at

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Chutes Coulonge

Learn the history and see the beautiful scenery surrounded by the remarkable sights and sounds of whitewater roaring through a canyon of prehistoric rock at Coulonge Falls . Visit them at

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Mother Nature at her very best!

Our park's most valuable attraction is the 156 acres of plush forests and our spring fed lake. Sunrise and sunsets are tranquil even when the loons are chatting to each other.

Pines, maples, birch and poplar all add to the calming hum of nature. Flowers are plentiful and there is plenty of space to just listen to the silence.

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Logos Land -- Water Slides

Giant water slides, paddle boats, kiddie water slides, mini golf and horseback riding. visit them at

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The Ottawa Valley consists of a unique blend of towns and villages that, while varied in size and location all boast a welcoming and hospitable nature. Beautiful artistry, seasonal agriculture and lush wilderness abounds.

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Visit to find places to eat, where to shop, what to do, and more.

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