Now this is a camp site. We pulled up unannounced without reservations for a one night stay on our way back home. We were able to rent a site with hydro for the night and since check out is 1400 gave us plenty of time to enjoy the almost full 2 days we were there. The kids 7 and 9 enjoyed swimming in the big lake Ontario waves and our site was big enough again to let me drive my truck and trailer around with ease. There was lots of shade as well as nice bike trails. The staff was great and tried what they could to accommodate us in the best location and they did a great job.
This was the first camping trip we took in our new to us trailer. When we got to the site we were greeted by very friendly staff who explained everything we needed to know about the site. When we got to our site it was huge, I drive a 4 door full size Chevy Silverado with a 26' trailer and I was able to drive around my site with ease. From our site we have a perfect view of the St-Lawrence seaway where we could walk in less than a minute to a beautiful beach and watch the huge tankers go by in the far off distance. The only reason I don't give this campground a 10 is because this is an alcohol free park and it would have been nice to enjoy a beer while watching to boats go buy. It was a beautiful 3 days. And a wonderful way to start my camping stage in life unlike my terrible experience at Jellystone Park Niagara Falls.
This park is terrible. Unless of course you like to sit down to dinner right next to a sewer drain and have the hum of hwy 403 at your doorstep. We were traveling in a 26 foot trailer and rented a “Red Carpet” full service site. These sites have a cement slab next to your neighbors sewer drain, the slab as we and our neighbors understood it, was for the picnic table. There was no grass and no trees in the area we were in. I strongly suggest you not waste your money at this site.