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Thrilling ziplines and freshwater canoe voyages are just the beginning of what London has to offer.

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Macksville Acres

1 site · Lodging8 acres · London, ON
Elevate your experience and surround yourself with nature's beauty at Macksville Acres retreat. Tucked away among majestic trees and scenic farmland, our idyllic campsite provides a harmonious balance of tranquility and adventure. Relax beneath the twinkling starlit sky, wander through nature trails, or relish the serenity of your exclusive oasis. Immerse yourself in cozy campfire evenings and be captivated by the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views. Every moment at Macksville Acres is an invitation to reconnect with the great outdoors, fostering cherished memories with your loved ones. Secure your escape today and indulge in the redefined magic of camping.
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The Pinecone

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Simcoe, ON
Come to the Pinecone to completely relax and disconnect (seriously you will because there is no cell service!). During Summer and much of Spring and Fall, you should be able to drive up to the cabin. Unless your vehicle has especially low clearance. The road/path out to the bunkie started as a well-made tractor path that has held up well over the years but has some rocks and bumps. Once through the gate it’s only a 1-minute drive to where you will park. This road may be a bit muddy! If you are looking for a Winter Bunkie getaway, we would be happy to host you; please note the following: - If there has been a lot of snow the private road from the street to the Bunkie is not plowed. Depending on the type of vehicle you are driving, you may have to park at the gate entrance and walk in (4-5min walk) to get to the Bunkie. - There is a mini wood fireplace in the Bunkie for sleeping but depending on the temperature outside and/or the wind it still may be a little chilly. - There is lots of free wood available for an outside fire but we are sometimes low on small pieces to start fire or use for the mini fireplace. You can bring in your own extra kindling or bring own saw/axe to chop. - Bring your own extra blankets. DETAILS: Sleeping loft accessible by ladder comfortably sleeps 2. You'll have an outdoor fire pit, picnic table and 2 grills (we have lots of wood but you can bring your own charcoal for cooking). Enjoy watching the starts at night by the fire and visits from the abundant wildlife. There is 1 queen size bed in the loft for sleeping which is accessible by ladder. You will melt into the pillow-top mattress, luscious linens and don’t want to wake up heavenly pillows. There is porta potty outhouse that is cleaned, bright and easy to access. There are hanging solar lights that can be turned on as needed. There isn't running water in the bunkie but we are happy to provide you with as much well water that you would like, for cooking/cleaning. Do not drink from well unless you bring your own filtration system. No shower space but sponge/cloth bathing possible. There is a small table for 2 inside the bunkie or you can prep food and eat outside on the picnic table. A small fridge cooler is available to store any perishable food you may have. Bring your own ice. The bunkie has solar lighting for the evenings. If you don’t want to find your own firewood in the forest you can pick it up from locals on your way in for $5/bundle (see stands at the end of driveways). It is a big chunk of land but you can't really get 'lost' on it for any significant period of time. We are bounded by roads so eventually you will find your way. But, if you aren't experienced in the woods you may want to keep your wandering short, to start, as you get familiar with the land. Dog friendly!! We provide: • Bed linens and pillows • Basin for sponge/cloth baths • Toilet Paper • Small fridge to be used as cooler • Charcoal BBQ • BBQ Utensils • First Aid kit What to bring: • Drinking water • Coal (for grilling) • Food + anything required to prepare/eat your meals • Ice • Bug spray, sunscreen, etc • Garbage bags
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Farm Campsite Near Woodstock, ON

4 sites · RVs, Tents250 acres · Embro, ON
A 250-acre farm with a peaceful atmosphere! Quiet, private, and close to the sights and sounds of nature. Nestled in the heart of the Ontario countryside, this is the perfect place for those who want to escape the busy city life.The farm is close to Woodstock, Stratford, and London, Ontario. We have cows, chickens, and fresh eggs! We also have an organic vegetable farm.We have 4 large campsites available for tent and RV/trailer campers. Water, electrical, and sewage hookup available. The sites are level and accommodate vehicles up to 80ft in length.There is an outhouse, wifi, picnic table, and potable water available. Pets are welcome and campfires are permitted.The perfect place for cycling as we are surrounded by quiet gravel roads.We look forward to hosting you!
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Valleyview River Retreat

1 site · Lodging5 acres · London, ON
Enjoy a relaxing adventure on the very private North Thames River surrounded by a beautiful forest, in a Rustic Wooden Cabin. Cook your dinner on the fire, Hibachi or the BBQ. Fishing in the river is very good. Wade in the river for frogs, minnows or crayfish. Watch the bald eagles, osprey, blue herons, or kingfishers, or just sit and listen to the quiet around the fire. Never ending adventures or activities for you and your kids. Very peaceful and private, your own secluded piece of paradise.
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Erie View Glamping

2 sites · Lodging40 acres · Port Stanley, ON
Erieview glamping has geodomes nestled in a carolinian forest with the views of lake Erie! The perfect spot to connect with nature and absorb the energy of the earth! Peacefully enjoy a fire on site or at the beach and gaze at the stars! Open all year round so you can enjoy your favorite seasons of Southern Ontario,Canada *New Dome site is now Open! if you would like to book both domes for friends or family getaway for more information for booking please contact :)
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Braemar Valley Nature Sanctuary

2 sites · Tents18 acres · Woodstock, ON
A nature enthusiasts private 18 acre backcountry-style getaway. Located in the beautiful Braemar Valley- 10 minutes from Woodstock, Ontario. Pine/oak/walnut stands, babbling brook, wildflower fields. 3+ km's of hiking trails through the forest, along the fields, across the creek and overlooking the valley. Cyclists can try out the km's of scenic gravel roads in the area. The camp site is located in a creek-side wildflower field surrounded by silver maples, cottonwoods and pine stands and has a thunder box,  picnic table, and fire pit. Pets are welcome so long as they are controlled and cleaned up after. Check out our youtube channel to see all the animals on the property:  MsBackyard. ZERO TOLERANCE policy towards disrespectful behaviour to the land or neighbors. If you want to check out a nearby restaurant, the Brick House Brew Pub in Woodstock is less than 10 minutes down the road!
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Monarch Meadows Tree Farm

1 site · Tent14 acres · London, ON
A private 1300' frontage on the Thames River almost guarantees peace and quiet! Enjoy bird watching, fishing, or a bit of hiking on the nearby Thames Valley Walking Trail. Only minutes from London, but it feels hours from anywhere!
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Greener Pastures Eco Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents75 acres · Woodstock, ON
Our farming adventure began in the Spring of 2015 on a 15 acre farm. In 2020 we moved to a 75-acre farm just outside of Woodstock, Ontario. Carl's childhood passion of animal husbandry was given a new purpose when our family made a conscious decision to change the way we related to our food. We began a family quest to eat locally and sustainably. As our little farm grew we developed relationships with our greater community and Greener Pastures was born! As our farming adventure continues, we are loving that each day brings new opportunities for learning. We invite you to join us as we continue to seek greener pastures! While here, be sure to visit the On-Farm Shoppe for fresh eggs, meats, and other great local products.
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Pine Forest Camping

3 sites · Tents190 acres · Aylmer, ON
Offering 10 acres - Our property is entirely unique, hidden back about 50 meters from the road, we have natural resources planted including blue spruce, Norway spruce, white cedar, white pine, Jackpine, and red oak which make up the 6,500 trees we had brought in to make our own hideaway forest.While in town check out Clovermead Apiaries, Pinafore Park, Winter Wheat, Steed & Company Lavender, Anything Used and Sparta Country Candles, Springwater Conservation Area, Port Bruce Provincial Park, Quai Du Vin Estate Winery, Gay Lea Dairy Heritage Museum, Archie Coulter Conservation Area.The property offers two sites and is ideal for tent and car camping. Please note there is no toilet on site so be sure to bring your own camping toilet or dig a cat hole. Campfires are permitted within local regulations and pets are welcome. 
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Spring Arbour Magic Forest &Trails!

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents49 acres · ON
Pitch your tent in our picturesque Carolinian forest in the heart of Norfolk county! Choose from 6 tent sites and 2 lodging sites spread across 10 acres of wooded area on our 49 Acre farm. Well-kept trails to explore throughout. We are proud to have made the runner-up list for best Hipcamp in Ontario 2023 The terrain is mostly flat but interesting. Campsites are private with good separation from each other. Sites contain a picnic table and fire pit. Campfires are permitted according to our approved burn plan before midnight. 5G/LTE cellphone service is good for Bell, Rogers and Telus networks. FREE Firewood can be gathered on the forest floor or pay for on-site pre-cut wood. Outhouses are close to campsites....but not too close 💩 Port Rowan is only 12 minutes away by car, most amenities can be purchased only 1 minute away at the local Busy Bee gas station. We are situated in the middle of a Recreation Hotspot! Our site is within 3 minutes of paddling the Big Creek, 3 to 10 minutes to several A+ hiking trails, 15 minutes to amazing freshwater beaches of Long Point and Turkey Point, and the area is abound with cycling trails, motorcycle routes, geocaching, boat launches (we have room here for your boat!), cider/wine tours, and more! We are the perfect basecamp for everything the Long Point Bay area has to offer We have some great watering holes nearby like burning kiln winery, hounds of Erie and Charlotteville brewing company. Birders Paradise! The ‘Long Point Birding Area’ in Norfolk County is one of Canada’s premier birding locales. With over 400 species of birds observed, Long Point looms large as one of the most exciting places on the continent to observe our rich birdlife. For all tourism options check out https://www.norfolkcounty.ca/visiting/ We look forward to hosting you! Save 20% off winter bookings! The promo code is CXIOHEY7 valid for stays November 15 2023 to march 31 2024
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Erie View Glamping

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Port Stanley, ON
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Howeholm Farm

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Aylmer, ON
Landscape is farm field and 2 wetlands with some fish ,woods on the edge of the property not accessible. A large conservation property nearby named Springwater conservation area. A cozy mini cabin situated on a wetland. A seasonal farm market located within 1.3 km. A local restaurant and tea room within 3 km. Port Bruce is a short 10 minute drive with fishing and beach access.
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Camping near London guide

Overview

With over 200 parks, London, Ontario has a natural charm alongside all the urban amenities of a bustling metropolitan center. The city is in the southern part of the province, close to Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario. With plenty of freshwater access, starry skies in Point Pelee National Park, and winter adventures on Mount Boler, London delivers activities year-round. Visit in July to experience SunFest—a world-renowned festival where performers from around the globe share their talents, from dancing and singing to visual arts. Or stop by in August to get a taste of The London Ribfest, the second-biggest barbecue festival in North America. Look for RV parks and tent campsites nearby to get easy access to all the entertaining experiences London provides.

Where to go

Niagara Falls

Over 12,000 years old and 54 metres high, Niagara Falls is a force to be reckoned with just about 2 hours from London. Experience views of the Niagara Gorge and world-famous whirlpool while suspended 67-metres in the air on a zipline speeding up to 70 km/hour. Or view the iconic waterfall on a 20-minute boat tour that pulls you right into the misty base of the falls. The surrounding city delivers an abundance of activities, like helicopter rides, a butterfly conservatory, and sprawling wineries. Campers have a range of accommodations to choose from, including pull-through RV campsites, large-capacity cabins, and tent campsites equipped with firepits and picnic tables.

Main Beach in Port Stanley

Stretch out on 500 metres of sandy shoreline at Main Beach in Port Stanley—a 45-minute drive from London. It holds a coveted Blue Flag status for providing high-quality water and top-notch environmental standards that keep the lake clean and swimming-friendly. The slightly smaller and less populated Little Beach is a four-minute drive from Main Beach and offers an additional 185 metres of sandy shores. While both beaches are open year-round, lifeguards are only on duty from June until September.

Point Pelee National Park

Roughly a 2-hour drive from London, Point Pelee National Park is a peninsula at the southernmost point of Canada. With 20 kilometres of soft sand beach and several large ponds, the park is a sensational spot for canoeing and kayaking. Book a guided canoe tour or private rentals to explore with unbound freedom. The park is classified as a Dark Sky Preserve, and on certain nights, campers are welcomed to stay after regular hours to take in the twinkling night sky. Check out cabin rentals with natural gas barbecues and parking for one vehicle in the nearby lot. While there is an admission fee to enter Point Pelee National Park, it's waived for kids age 17 and younger.

Boler Mountain

Enjoy all-season fun on Boler Mountain. Ski runs and tobogganing routes twist through the 120 acres of land in the winter, while hiking and downhill mountain biking trails cover the mountain in summer. Discover the Treetop Adventure Park (open from May until October), where campers can challenge themselves on a rope course and an exhilarating 335-metre long zip line. Wind down at the end of the day with an outdoor yoga session before heading back to an RV park with on-site laundry, full hookups, and fire rings.

When to go

London has four distinct seasons, so the best time to visit depends on which activities are on the agenda. Summer runs from June to September, bringing an average high of 26°C—a prime temperature for canoeing in Point Pelee National Park or touring Niagara Falls by boat. The deciduous trees burst into a mosaic of color when Fall arrives in October. January and February are the months to pick for skiing, as snowfall will be in full swing on Mount Boler. Make sure to book far in advance for dates that overlap with festivals, since campsites get booked quickly.

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