Q: Is Smoking and/or vaping permitted in the campground?
A: Smoking and/or vaping is not permitted in the campground. Overnight and seasonal campers and their visitors are permitted to smoke only on their camp site.
Q: Are there noise regulations?
A: Noise is to be kept to a reasonable level at all times. Quiet time is at 11 pm. After 11 pm, all radios must be turned off. You are still able to enjoy a quiet campfire after 11 pm.
Q: Are campfires permitted?
A: Moderate, supervised campfires are permitted. Firewood is available for sale at the office. Skids are not permitted as firewood. Firewood from some parts of Ontario is not permitted due to the Emerald Ash Borer.
Q: Are pets allowed in the park?
A: We know that your furry friend is part of your family, which is why we are a pet-friendly park. We just ask that you follow our pet rules. Dogs must be leashed, unless they are in our dog run and dog swim area. You must clean up after them. Dogs are not permitted inside the buildings, on the beach, or in the swimming areas.
Q: Are the swimming areas supervised?
A: No. The campground does not provide any lifeguards or supervision at the swimming pool or ponds. Parental supervision is essential. Swimming and use of all areas is at your own risk. Bathers under 12 years of age are not allowed near the water unless accompanied by a parent or his/her agent who is not less than 16 years of age.
Q: Can I have visitors?
A: Yes, day and overnight visitors are allowed for a fee. Day visitors must leave by 11 pm. Campers are responsible for the conduct of their guests. All visitors park in the front parking lot, check in at the office, and walk in.
Q: Are there any restrictions on trailers that seasonal campers may wish to bring into the park?
A: Yes, restrictions apply. Please call for more information.
Q: Is the campground open to the public?
A: Yes, the playground, swimming pond, and Snack Bar are available to the public for a fee. However, the swimming pool is for registered campers and their guests only.