Camping near Bancroft with showers

Forests, lakes, and cliffs—endless attractions abound while camping near Bancroft.

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12 top campgrounds near Bancroft with showers

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Woodland Park

17 sites · RVs, Tents96 acres · Kingston, ON
Welcome Woodland Park, a private campground spread across 96 acres of stunning nature, offering a variety of spots for every kind of camper. Whether you're into cozy cabins, fancy glamping, or just pitching your tent under the stars, we've got you covered. And if you're all about RVs, we've got serviced daily spots and even seasonal spots for those who want to make Woodland Park their home away from home. Our mission? To provide an extraordinary experience for families, couples, and solo travelers alike. We believe that enjoying the great outdoors shouldn't come with a hefty price tag. So, whether you're roasting marshmallows with the family or taking a solo hike to recharge, we've designed Woodland Park to be your affordable escape into the beauty of Mother Nature. Cherish the simple joys in life, for it's the little moments that transform your time with us into something truly special. We're here to ensure that your stay at Woodland is more than just a getaway – it's a memory in the making, filled with relaxation, adventure, and those unforgettable, cherished moments.
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Harmony Resorts - Stoney Lake

9 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Peterborough, ON
You will find our campground amongst the rugged precambrian rocks and windswept pines on the shores of Stoney Lake, the crown jewel of the Kawarthas. Immerse yourself in the wilderness of our pinery sites, or experience the tranquility of our lakeside sites. Enjoy the pristine water as you relax on our private sandy beach or launch a boat to explore the lake’s hundreds of beautiful islands. Stoney Lake is known for its excellent fishing and is home to large populations of bass, walleye, and muskie. Petroglyph Provincial Park, located right across the street is a sacred Indigenous site with the largest known concentration of aboriginal rock carvings in Canada. Explore the excellent hiking trails the park has to offer or visit McGinnis Lake, one of few meromictic lakes in North America. At the end of each day the lullaby of the northern loon will call through the cool night air as you drift off to sleep. We can’t wait to share our place with you!
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Bonnechere River Paradise

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · North Algona Wilberforce, ON
Frontier Trails is a family-run Summer Camp for the past 46 years. Family Camping. We host 3 seasons of outdoor ED. and team building available for School, kids’ groups, retreats, weddings, and rental packages. Family Vacations & Reunions. We have100 acres of scenic trails, & 2500’ on the beautiful Bonnechere River. You can rent a trailer, cabin, or cottage, bring your own trailer or tent or you can rent the whole camp for your group or family retreat. We can house up to 150 people and can cater or you can look after your own meals. We have 7 weeks of Day Camp for kids 4-16 with Riding E & W, ESL, and Traditional Programs. 1-7 week stays Climbing wall, archery, canoeing, kayaking, water tramp and blob, trail rides, ESL, sports, and more. Outdoor learning presents opportunities to be challenged by something new, realize an undiscovered talent, and increase confidence and skills TEACHING, FUN, MEMORIES, and FRIENDS.
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Foresthill Retreat

2 sites · Lodging49 acres · Harcourt, ON
This property used to be a farm until 1912, the glamping site is located far from the house in what used to be a vegetable garden! The glamping tent is well equipped and has everything you need for a cozy comfortable stay including electricity! The outdoor kitchen on site has everything you need to cook a delicious meal. There are also hammocks, an outdoor shower, tables and chairs, and an extremely well-stocked site super clean outhouse. Lots of lakes in the area. General stores and gas within 5 minutes and the Grocery stores are within 15 minutes for all your camping needs. Provincial Parks Nearby: Wolf Island Provincial Park - 10 minutes, Kawartha Highlands Signature Park - 15 minutes, Quackenbush Provincial Park - 25 minutes, Petroglyphs Provincial Park - 30 minutes At night you will hear nothing but frogs, very private and very romantic. We can't wait to host you at Foresthill Retreat!
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Cabin in the Woods

3 sites · Lodging, Tents7 acres · Belleville, ON
7 acres of field, forest, pond, waterfall, rapids, swimming hole! There are no bad views! Sit by the pond, sit by the creek, sit in the waterfall, sit out at Blueberry Hill for a pleasant breeze or up on SunStar Ridge for some nightly star gazing or lay back in a hammock or on zero gravity chair 1 Bunkie on a hill overlooking the pond and 2 private tent sites, one at Boot Hill and one in the Field of Dreams. Each site has a fire pit and a compostable toilet and there is an outhouse on the property for the bunkie. Great for canoes, kayaks, bird and wildlife watching with spectacular star gazing. This property was part of an old homestead and as such I am still finding things so please respect the caution tape and stay on the marked trails. Some are treasures (European Grapes, Bergamot, French Roses, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Ramps, Fiddle-heads) and others not so much. I am re purposing what I can and collecting the rest for disposal as I nurture this land back to what it was meant to be, paradise. There is an outdoor shower available as well. If you are green minded you are welcome here!
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Adventure Glamping on the river

4 sites · Lodging, Tents4 acres · North Kawartha, ON
**We have been named a runner-up for the Best Glamping Site in Canada for 2023!** A perfect home base for all the nearby hikes, lakes and outdoor adventures. Get away from it all when you stay under the stars. Snuggle up in the comfy queen bed. Float down the creek. Friendly competition with yard games. Relax in a hammock with a good book. Our two 16.5 ft bell tents, cabin and camping site are found right next to a live creek that flows through the picturesque property. The interiors are beautifully furnished with a queen sized bed, a seating area, fairy lights, fire pit and Muskoka chairs.
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Camp Rose Island

5 sites · Lodging95 acres · Coe Hill, ON
Welcome to Camp Rose Island! We are 95acres of gorgeous natural land with a private lake! Featuring luxurious Rooftop Tents by Cascadia Vehicle Tents! Each site offers a brand new Rooftop Tent (RTT) with queen size memory foam mattress, perched above an indoor/outdoor structure with camp stove and dining area - all fully screened, with more space for tents on each site too! Each site also has its own dedicated outhouse and fire pit! Additionally, 3/4 of the sites offer a lower level “annex” of the RTT, which can fit up to a double bed, or simply be used as a changing area - it’s also a great place for your pets at night, directly below the sleeping quarters above, or as a cozy place to hang out during inclement weather. With only 4 sites to rent across the entire property you are guaranteed peace and tranquility. Guests enjoy access to the private lake on the property, as well as canoes and a floating raft, and the beautiful winding trail throughout the land. There’s really nothing like this unique experience!
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Covered Bridge Park

4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents140 acres · Killaloe, ON
Covered Bridge Park is a magnificent 150 acres waterfront campground on Bonnechere River with cottages, cabins, tent and trailer sites. We are located east of Algonquin Provincial Park and located in Tramore on the north side of Bonnechere River between Round Lake and Golden Lake. Enjoy beautiful Ontario summers with great fishing, swimming, canoeing and wildlife viewing. Discover Natures Playground on this old farm that has been preserved in its natural state with 100 acres of mature forest, meadows and trails; only a small portion of the property has been developed into a Campground. Most of what we offer here is pure Mother Nature.
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Tiny Village Bon Echo - Camping

8 sites · RVs, Tents70 acres · Renfrew, ON
Tiny Village Bon Echo is a unique nature village located on our 70 acres of property. It is nestled on the shore of the beautiful Mississippi River, located just 30 minutes from Bon Echo Provincial Park. Our sites offer all the benefits of a comfortable cottage lifestyle at a fraction of the cost, as our mission is to make enjoying the great outdoors accessible to everyone. Tiny Village Bon Echo is a 2.5-hour drive from Toronto and a 2-hour drive from Ottawa. Our mission? To provide an extraordinary experience for families, couples, and solo travelers alike. We believe that enjoying the great outdoors shouldn't come with a hefty price tag. So, whether you're roasting marshmallows with the family or taking a solo hike to recharge, we've designed Tiny Village Bon Echo to be your affordable escape into the beauty of Mother Nature.
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Mazinaw Lakeside RV Park&Campground

8 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Cloyne, ON
Mazinaw Lakeside RV Park & Campground is a small 5 acre property over looking Mazinaw Lake containing 3 small cabins, 10 seasonal RV sites and a few tent sites located along Hwy 41 in Cloyne. The property has an upwards slope offering great views of the Mazinaw from nearly everywhere on the property. Come unplug and unwind in Ontario's Land-O-Lakes area.
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Big Rock Eco Retreat & Campgrounds

10 sites · Lodging, Tents32 acres · Gilmour, ON
Big Rock Eco Retreat is a serene and picturesque campground located on the shores of Weslemkoon Lake, in Addington Highlands Township. Situated amidst the breathtaking natural beauty of the surrounding crown land, this eco-friendly retreat offers visitors an unforgettable outdoor experience. The area is home to a variety of native wildlife, including moose, deer, black bears, loons, and eagles, which can often be spotted in their natural habitats. The campsite offers individual fire pits and gas BBQs at each site, allowing visitors to enjoy the great outdoors while cooking up a delicious meal. Hiking enthusiasts can explore the extensive network of hiking trails that wind through the woods, while fishing enthusiasts can try their luck in the lake, which is teeming with fish in the summertime. In the winter, visitors can enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, with well-maintained trails for all levels of experience. Each camping site can accommodate a hot tub for an additional fee, based on availability, making it a perfect way to unwind and relax. For those who want to explore the lake further, there is a marina with a general store open in the summer time. Visitors can purchase additional services such as smore kits, fishing rods, small boat rentals, private boat tours of the lake, and snowshoes in the winter. In addition, the retreat also offers a skating pond in the winter when the ice is thick enough. Overall, Big Rock Eco Retreat provides an idyllic setting for outdoor enthusiasts looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse themselves in nature.
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Burke’s Barnyard

5 sites · Tents4 acres · Harcourt, ON
420 Friendly Camping on the Farm! Welcome to Burke's Barnyard, where the fun never stops! Located on a breathtaking 4-acre property nestled in the beautiful Boulter hills, just 30 minutes from either Barry's Bay or Bancroft. Gather around our campfires, indulge in delicious food, and mingle with our friendly animals, including pigs, ducks, chickens, and turkeys. Take a dip in our nearby lakes or soak up the sun on our sandy beaches. And that's just the beginning – there's so much more to explore here at Burke's Barnyard. Our ACMPR-registered hosts ensure your safety and comfort throughout your stay, and we pride ourselves on being cannabis-friendly. So come on over and experience the ultimate getaway with us. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube – just search for @burkesbarnyard. Don't miss out on the fun – see you soon!
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Camping near Bancroft with showers guide

Overview

The pristine forests and lakes of Ontario create outdoor enchantment for Bancroft campers. The city is an ideal base for hiking and camping excursions into the area’s celebrated natural attractions like Algonquin Provincial Park and Egan Chutes Provincial Park. After a day exploring, campers can find off-grid and primitive campsites or lakefront cabins located near well-loved attractions like Petroglyphs Provincial Park and the York River.

Where to go

Algonquin Provincial Park

Enjoy the nearly untouched woodlands of Algonquin Provincial Park, just 50 minutes away from Bancroft. As Canada’s first provincial park, it’s home to giant moose, racing rivers, quiet ponds, and scenic hiking trails that traverse its 7,600 square kilometres. Explore interpretive walking trails and canoe or kayak river rapids. In the winter, try dog sledding or summer camp in the wild backcountry. Nearby campgrounds and RV parks are available year-round as well.

Egan Chutes Provincial Park

Waterfalls and old forests fill Egan Chutes Provincial Park. Drive 15 miles from town to enjoy popular park activities like hiking, canoeing on the York River, and birding. Hikers can also find both easy and moderately challenging hikes. Then, try nearby cabin rentals, RV parks, and campgrounds offering convenient amenities like restrooms, firepits, and picnic areas.

Petroglyphs Provincial Park

Home to the largest concentration of the country’s indigenous rock carvings, Petroglyphs Provincial Park also offers pristine forests and famed blue-green waters at McGinnis Lake. Campers can peruse the carvings of humans and animals at The Teaching Rocks while hiking the surrounding landscape. Although the park does not offer camping or cabin rentals, these accommodations can be found nearby or back in Bancroft.

When to go

Campers enjoy visiting Bancroft year-round. Although summertime is popular, each season offers outdoor fun. June through August is peak camping season, which is complemented by activities like swimming, boating, and hiking. While winter and spring attract fewer campers, there are still plenty of activities and campsites in operation; though it’s important to monitor the weather and possible road closures due to snow. After summer, autumn is Bancroft’s most popular season with its colourful foliage, fall festivals, and farmer’s markets.

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