Five months ago, you woke up early, sat down at your computer to book a campsite at your favourite park.
The big day’s finally here, and you load your gear, family, and pets into the trailer. You drive to the park, get to your site and….
…your heart drops.
Your RV is too big for your campsite.
What’s worse, it’s a busy summer weekend, and the park is completely full! You have no choice, but to turn around and head back home.
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Did you know that you can reserve your campsite or roofed accommodation up to five months in advance of your arrival date?
You can book online (and even see a sneak preview of your campsite) or by calling the Ontario Parks reservation line, 1-888-ONT-PARK (Canada & USA).
These are our top tips to optimize your reservation experience:
Continue reading 6 tips for reserving an Ontario Parks campsite
New to RVing in parks? You’re not alone!
With over 19,000 car camping sites at Ontario Parks, there’s new adventurers getting into the RV game every year.
With help from our friends at Wayfarer Insurance Group, we’ve compiled a few unwritten RV rules to know before your first road trip:
Continue reading Park etiquette for your first RV trip
We’re thrilled to introduce some updates to our reservation system, including new features that will make it easier than ever to find a campsite!
Here are a few of the features we think you’ll love:
Continue reading 5 exciting new reservation features
The ability to take your “home away from home” all over the province has never been more appealing.
The assurance that your living space is safe for your family, combined with the freedom to travel where and when you want, has proved to be an ideal way for Ontarians to enjoy the great outdoors while maintaining physical distancing.
With help from our friends at the Canadian RV Association (CRVA), we’ve created a list of hot tips to guide you through finding your perfect RV:
Continue reading 4 tips for choosing the perfect RV
Here at Ontario Parks, we believe that camping is for everyone.
This is why we want to make our parks as accessible as possible by identifying potential barriers, and creating a plan to remove them.
Continue reading Barrier-free travel at Ontario Parks