RV camping in Georgian Bay

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11 top RV sites in Georgian Bay

Lion's Head By The Beach

1 site · RV1 acre · Lion's Head, ON
Relax, hike, swim at the beach, walk to town to dine out or shop. Park your RV in the very large gravel driveway - steps to beach in the town of Lion's Head, steps to hiking trails, downtown restaurants and shops. Large fenced in backyard if needed and washrooms at the beach. This driveway has room for a very large RV! Electric outlet available and water (you will need a hose to attach to mine as water is 50' away). I have dogs and use backyard when I am home - if you have pets please let me know and we can share backyard.
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Back 2 Zen

1 site · RV, Tent14 acres · Meaford, ON
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Dillon Woods

4 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Carling, ON
Very wild, not for the average camper. Along a small brown river, good for paddlers who want to explore. You may see deer, bears, porcupines, beavers, snakes (including the Massasauga rattlesnake ), fireflies, and much more. Kids have swum comfortably in the river, water shoes highly recommended. Several kayaks and stand up paddle boards available to rent.
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Tiny Village Parry Sound - Camping

5 sites · RVs, Tents48 acres · Parry Sound, ON
Tiny Village Parry Sound is a unique nature village located on our 48.2 acres of property. It is nestled on the shore of the beautiful DeBois Lake, located 30 minutes northeast of the historic town of Parry Sound. Our sites offer all the benefits of a comfortable cottage lifestyle at a fraction of the cost, as it is our mission to make enjoying the great outdoors accessible to everyone. Tiny Village Parry Sound is a 2.5 hour drive from Toronto and a 4.5 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 Parry Sound to be your affordable escape into the beauty of Mother Nature.
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Garden of Eating

5 sites · RVs, Tents143 acres · Meaford, ON
Our ecological farm is your chance to enjoy nature. Planted with 100+ edible perennial species in the orchard garden, hayfield, and forest with shiitake mushroom logs. We have 4 sites to choose from: Private Field Tenting @edeninseason - 3 sites available for a variety of campers choose from a large private hayfield, or closer to the house for easiest access and Wifi signal. Bell Tent Nook @ Eden in Season - 4m diameter bell tent that rests on a deck, with a double mattress with linens and blankets, nightstand, and a lantern. There is a hiking trail that extends along the entire property and an on-site pond. Complementary ecological farm tour available. Seasonal fresh produce and berries for sale. Located steps to Tom Thomson Trail, 2km to Irish Mountain Lookout, and within minutes of Meaford, multiple Bruce Trail trailheads, and Georgian Bay beaches.
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Tiny Hideaway

4 sites · Lodging, RVs20 acres · Tiny, ON
Enjoy your own little slice of paradise on this private lot. There are walking trails right on the property and a pond only steps away. You will be 5 mins away from Awenda park and have biking/hiking trails nearby. Minutes away from Penetanguishene and Georgian Bay. Lots of wildlife to observe on site. Come see what adventures await you!
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LUTHIER'S LANDING

1 site · RV, Tent15 acres · Owen Sound, ON
Learn more about this land:The property is located across the road from Owen sound public beaches and boat ramps are within 10 minutes of the site.The site is nestled in a 15 acre environmentally protected hardwood bush with creeks trails and a pond. Surrounded by nature, natural beauty, peace and tranquillity with an abundance of wildlife.Local attractions are Bella Escarpment provincial natural reserve, Tom Thompson cycle Trail, Coffman Ridge vineyard and winery, Hibou conservation beach area, Ainslie wood conservation, and beach area, and historic Leith Church.Campfires permitted, pets welcome!
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Tait's Island Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres · Parry Sound, ON
Welcome to our private 4-acre lot, adorned with a multitude of mature trees and shrubs. The lot is mostly flat, with a ridge on the north end. The driveway/parking pad provides an excellent area to park your trailer/campervan. Whether you prefer to revel in the seclusion of the property or embark on a leisurely stroll to Tait's Island along the shores of Lake Manitouwabing, the choice is yours. Come and experience peace and serenity. Conveniently located: 15 minutes from Hwy 400 20 minutes to Parry Sound, ON 10 minutes to McKellar, ON
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Pura Vida Village

5 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Parry Sound, ON
This property is a mix of a flat grass land and a forest with bedrock. Beautiful stargazing experience at night, since there is no light pollution in the skies. Enjoy on-site activities such as biking and hiking or create art with different craft items. Dense and beautiful forest. Variety of lakes nearby less than 10 mins driving distance. Lake Joseph Centennial Beach is 8 mins away by vehicle. Waubuno Beach is about 15 minutes drive from the property (Parry Sound area)
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Lorimer Lake Resort

3 sites · RVs14 acres · Whitestone, ON
Lorimer Lake is primarily a cottage lake. It is known for its clean fresh water and great fishing. It is a long and narrow lake and reaches depths of over 80 feet. There are many shallow and weedy bays that provide good cover for largemouth bass and northern pike. There are a series of islands that dot the lake from one end to the other. Fish holding structures such as narrows, point rock piles, rubble shorelines, shoals and steep drop-offs can also be found throughout the lake. Lorimer Lake also connects to Grey Owl Lake through Still Creek. Grey Owl Lake is a smaller shallower lake. Check out what our celebrity guest Karl Kalonka had to say about Lorimer Lake Resort. LAKE TROUT SEASON is open all year on Lorimer Lake.
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Wood(ford)Stock Home

4 sites · RVs, Tents56 acres · Owen Sound, ON
Campsites set in a private clearing surrounded by wooded acreage. Treed groomed trails for hiking or biking offer 45 minutes of forest bathing. Access to camping only minutes off the highway but once in, is worlds away from ambient light for exceptional night sky views. Visitors to the area can bike to Coffin Ridge Winery for views of Georgian Bay from the top of the escarpment, local wines, ciders, brews and faire. 8km from Georgian Bay beaches. 10k East or West brings you to Meaford or Owen Sound for more trails, waterfalls, marinas and local dining, shopping, live music and theatre. Wood(ford) Stock guests are provided a fire pit, wood, and privacy. All amenities must be brought by the Guest. Bring Everything you need and take Everything you bring.
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RV camping in Georgian Bay guide

Overview

Georgian Bay, part of Lake Huron in Ontario, offers crystal-clear water, rugged shorelines, and various outdoor activities. The incredible rock formations are part of the Canadian Shield and are included in the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, where rock climbing, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, swimming, and birdwatching are phenomenal. Additionally, several provincial parks are situated along Georgian Bay or within a very short drive of it, adding additional options for outdoor fun and camping. This is cottage country and most towns come equipped to serve those who love being active outdoors—you’ll find outdoor gear outfitters, craft breweries, independent coffee shops, cafes with take-out picnic options, and tour guides.

Where to go

Manitoulin Island

Often described as Northern Ontario’s best-kept secret, Manitoulin Island is the largest freshwater island in the world—so large that it’s home to over 100 lakes itself! Visitors can check out several lighthouses, including the famous Split Rock Light, while photographers love the stunning lookouts on the island’s many hikes. Put the Cup and Saucer Trail on your list for incredible views. Additionally, the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation is an excellent place to learn about Indigenous culture.

Parry Sound

This town is a great base camp for those exploring the great outdoors. It’s home to an excellent selection of shops and services—from downtown, you can even catch a scenic boat tour of Georgian Bay or call an outfitter to arrange fishing, hiking, and ATV tours. A 10-minute drive away, Oastler Lake Provincial Park is a nice spot for family-friendly activities.

Wasaga Beach

Wasaga Beach has a reputation as one of the region’s best spots for outdoor enthusiasts to base themselves—and to party, if that’s your scene. Although once known as a bar-hopping destination, today the vibe is much more family-friendly and focused on nature. The town is home to the world’s longest freshwater beach and offers panoramic views of the nearby Niagara Escarpment. You can rent gear to try stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, and windsurfing. There is also excellent hiking, most notably on the Nottawasaga Bluffs Trail.

Killarney Provincial Park

This park’s landscape is different from what you might expect. It’s home to iconic pink granite rock formations, something both hikers and photographers love. No wonder Canada’s Group of Seven painters (including A.Y. Jackson, Franklin Carmichael, and A.J. Casson) found inspiration here! There are ample opportunities for backwoods canoeing, hiking, and camping, as well as more accessible car camping sites and soft shelters such as yurts.

French River Provincial Park

Set along the French River, Canada’s first designated Heritage River, this Provincial Park offers a 65-mile canoe route of interconnected lakes, gorges, and rapids from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay. All camping here takes place in the backcountry with no advanced reservations.

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