Camping near Oshawa

Camp near Oshawa to explore nature preserves and sandy beaches along Lake Ontario.

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Villa Vida Loca

2 sites · Lodging10 acres · Brock, ON
Welcome to our cabins in the woods at Villa Vida Loca, in beautiful Sunderland, Ontario! Our tiny cabins are tucked away in the woods on our gorgeous, private 10-acre property in the heart of North Durham. We offer a unique glamping experience with all the benefits of camping, but with a roof over your head, floor under your feet and super cool amenities. Please read our full listings before requesting a booking. If you’re unsure about something, just ask. We’re very laid back, approachable and inclusive people, and can’t wait to welcome you. Nearby We’re surrounded by Beaverton on Lake Simcoe, Port Perry on Lake Scugog and Uxbridge (the Trail Capital of Canada), which are a close driving distance away. Around the corner from us, the Beaver River Wetland Trail (part of the Trans Canada Trail) is the perfect place for a hike or bike ride. There’s lots of other exciting things to do and see in the surrounding areas – fabulous restaurants, breweries and wineries, top golf courses, beaches, fishing, watersports, agri-tourism experiences, events and more. Upon your arrival, we’ll provide you with an up-to-date list of recommendations based on the season.
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Country Retreat

2 sites · RVs, Tents50 acres · Clarington, ON
Enjoy 50 acres with walking/mountain bike trail, featuring pond with large waterfall, fire pit with wood supplied, several different sitting areas, totally surrounded by bush and farmland. 15 minutes away from historical Port Perry and Bowmanville, Enniskillen, etc. Enjoy the peace full serenity of the country.
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Charming Farm Stay In Uxbridge

8 sites · RVs, Tents36 acres · Uxbridge, ON
We would love to share with you a touch of country living. Come and enjoy some peace and quiet on our farm. It is located in the perfect area to get away, yet close enough to enjoy the city attractions as well. Stay warm and cozy by the fire pit while taking in the spectacular view of the stars. We experience some beautiful sunsets and sunrises too so don’t forget your camera! Since our farm is a small intimate affair, with just a few sites available to rent, booking ahead is advised!
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Ocala Winery

10 sites · RVs20 acres · Oshawa, ON
Learn more about this land:Spend a quiet night under the stars of a beautiful farm with an orhcard of 300 plus fruit trees and the only vineyard in Durham Region. While visiting enjoy a wine tasting from our selection of red, white, fruit and dessert wines after a lovely bike ride enjoying the scenic views surrounding the
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Meanwhile Farm

4 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · East Gwillimbury, ON
Family run blueberry farm just outside of Newmarket Ontario. We have 3 private, unserviced, grass campsites for tents or pop ups and we park RVs on the front grass. Outdoor shower and bathroom facilities. Communal fireplace, with perimeter walking trails. Feed the donkeys, goat, chickens, ducks and fish and freshen up for tomorrow's adventure! 5 minutes to restaurants, groceries, gas and 2 golf courses.
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Yurt On 100+ Acres Tree Farm

1 site · Lodging111 acres · Oshawa, ON
Embark on an unforgettable glamping adventure in a charming yurt beneath the celestial canvas of stars. Tucked away in the heart of a sprawling 100+ acre tree farm, this off-grid yurt promises a truly unique and tranquil experience. Surrounded by diverse landscapes, including rolling hills and enchanting forests, the farm provides a serene backdrop for your getaway. The property boasts acres of meticulously planted trees, creating a picturesque setting that invites exploration and relaxation. For outdoor enthusiasts, the yurt is conveniently located just minutes away from two ski resorts, promising winter adventures. Additionally, a cozy farmer's market nearby adds to the charm of the surrounding area, offering a delightful experience for guests. Escape the ordinary and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature with this glamping retreat – the perfect blend of comfort and wilderness awaits you.
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Uxbridge Igloo

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Mount Albert, ON
Your own private getaway with a private lake, sauna, forest, trails, wildlife and plenty of places to explore. When hungry, take in the local eateries, wineries, cideries and the trail capital of canada for mountain biking, hiking or walking. In the winter, skate on our private lake or hit the slopes at lake ridge ski or dagmar.
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The Rustic Shack in the Wood's

1 site · Lodging113 acres · Mount Albert, ON
Please read to the END! For full details :) If you are looking to escape the noise of everyday life, this is the place for you! Come enjoy the peaceful tranquility of our rustic little Shack on the 113 acre farm of rolling hills + open fields set by the edge of the forest. Previously used as the hot chocolate shack for our tree farm business which has finished after a 30 year run. The Shack is completely "OFF GRID" and you can get a feel for staying amongst the sounds of nature and possibly find yourself shutting off your phone and really enjoying the quiet peaceful escape. Sitting by a bon-fire at night, with the stars bright in the dark sky. Enjoying a good book or a walk on the property looking out for Wild Turkey's, Coyotes, Raccoons, Ground hogs and a variety of Bird's. Take an evening walk to the top of the hill to catch a beautiful farm sunset over the corn fields. Local businesses nearby are Brooks Farm Playground and Market 2 min up the road. Rose Family Farm with fresh cut fries 4 min away. Musselman's Lake is a 6 min drive to enjoy the fabulous Fishbone on the Lake, casual outdoor dining. In nearby Stouffville find Timber Creek Mini Golf, Gallucci Winery, Willow Springs Winery + Tree top trekking at Bruce's Mill. With many hiking trails in the area including Eldred King Woodlands, Vivian forest Trails, Durham Regional Forest and almost directly across the road and slightly south of our property new York Region Forest walking/hiking trails can be accessed. Nearby restaurants are the Coach House Pub, Country Stop and Crupi's Pizza located in Ballantrae. In the quaint little town of Mt. Albert 5 min up the road you'll find Twisted Fork, The Wing House, The Pub and Chen's Chinese. Mt. Albert has a local Foodland with an LCBO in it open till 8pm daily. Ballantrae Ultramar 6 min away also has an LCBO open till 11 pm daily. Uxbridge is nearby and a large variety of restaurants and shopping with a local outdoor venue, Winery + vineyard called Slabtown Cider + co. making fabulous ciders + wines . Lots to check out in the area, or simply stay put at The Shack and enjoy cooking a meal on the BBQ in the outdoor kitchen area (propane included) and relaxing by the bonfire (wood included). The Shack is equipped with some cooking items, pots + pans, BBQ and utensils, knives, cutlery, plates, coffee cups, bowls, glasses + (wine glasses) cutting board, tray, kettle and a small chest cooler to keep your food and drinks cold (you will need to bring the ice) Dish washing rack is provided, as well as large jugs of clean potable water for cooking/drinking and doing the dishes. Please bring your garbage bags! Extra cooler is also provided. The Shack sleeps 3 people comfortably, with 2 bunks and 1 single size sofa-bed. Pillows and Bedding ARE NOT included. Plenty of room to set up additional tents for the additional per person nightly rate if more than 3 people. **2 Outhouses on premises. **Bonfire wood is provided - Large chunks - split your own - Axe is provided. You can leave any recyclables. Recycle containers are provided, but you must **Please Take Garbage Away at checkout!!! **Things you need to bring: -lanterns or flashlights -garbage bags -toilet paper -bedding and pillows -food and drinks, ice for coolers If you will need lights: **Generator including 1 full tank of gas can be provided for a small additional fee if you choose to add it on. Payable in cash at check in please. Hope you will come enjoy our peaceful little hideaway and give Shack Life a try! Cheers! ~Cathy
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Renee Aarts Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents64 acres · Sunderland, ON
We are a 64 acre farm just outside of town. Just a few minutes away, we have some of the most popular walking, hiking, biking trails in Ontario. We also have a walking path that surrounds our property that the campers will have access to. There are lots of birds to watch, views of rolling hills, and wonderful farm lands to oversee. Come enjoy our peaceful space out in the country and have memorable camp fires with your family and friends.
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Tranquil Ten

3 sites · RVs10 acres · Uxbridge, ON
Enjoy being in the Trail Capital of Canada with biking trails nearby and hiking trails (designated as the first Urban National Park in Canada) at the end of our driveway. Whether you live five minutes or five hours from us, our private ten acres will allow you to relax, de-stress, and reconnect with nature. If you're new to camping and forget something, we are only a two km walk to town. A small walking trail meanders through our property and we are avid birders, having once owned a wild bird nature shop We welcome any self contained travel trailer or RV's.   Enjoy use of horseshoe pits, basketball net, open space for games (e.g. soccer, bocce, frisbee, badminton, etc.) We welcome inquiries and look forward to hosting you.
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Toronto Vintage Airstream RV

1 site · Lodging1 acre · East York, ON
Looking for a unique stay in Toronto? Come "Glamp" in our charmingly renovated 1974 Vintage Airstream trailer, "Freckels". This rustic-modern trailer is nestled in the heart of Toronto, just a five-minute drive from Woodbine Beach and within walking distance from Greektown, as well as several scenic parks and trails. Plus, downtown Toronto is just a short subway ride away. Unwind amidst the great outdoors in our delightful backyard oasis, complete with a patio deck, hot tub, BBQ, and trampoline
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Lone Cone

1 site · RV, Tent100 acres · Bethany, ON
Nestled in a secluded field, surrounded by nearly 100 acres of lush forest and trails, Lone Cone promises an unforgettable camping experience that will keep you coming back year after year. Our flexible site sizes can accommodate various group sizes, with convenient access to nearby port-a-potties and showers. Explore our marked trail systems during the day, meandering through a diverse array of trees and wildlife. As evening falls, gather around our large communal firepit with friends, where you can stoke both the flames and cherished memories. Lone Cone offers the perfect blend of natural beauty and communal warmth for an exceptional camping adventure.
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Camping near Oshawa guide

Overview

Just east of Toronto on the Lake Ontario shoreline, Oshawa boasts stunning natural landscapes for unforgettable outdoor adventures. Hike the serene trails of Enniskillen and Heber Down Conservation Area, or mountain bike in Durham Regional Forest. Back on the shores of Lake Ontario, Darlington Provincial Park offers a sandy beach, excellent swimming spots, and opportunities for group, radio-free, and RV camping with electrical service for large RVs and trailers. A bit north, find Sibbald Point Provincial Park on the shores of Lake Simcoe, which offers RV campsites with full hookups next to beaches, a boat launch, and plenty more water activities.

Where to go

Darlington Provincial Park

Minutes from Oshawa, Darlington Provincial Park features a long stretch of sandy beach along the north shore of Lake Ontario. It’s a great place for swimming, kayaking, or stand-up paddleboarding, particularly during warm summer months. Nature trails, interpretive programs, and family campgrounds with non-electrical campsites are also offered at this scenic park. Adjacent to the park is McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve, which features protected marshland areas with walking trails, viewing platforms, and hundreds of plant and animal species.

Sibbald Point Provincial Park

For a quieter beachfront camping experience, Sibbald Point Provincial Park is about an hour drive north of Oshawa. On the southern shores of Lake Simcoe, the park offers beach and water activities and is a favorite spot for swimmers. From the boat launch, head out on the water to fish for lake trout, yellow pickerel, and jumbo perch. Wooded hiking trails lead to pull-through RV campsites with available electrical hookups or radio-free camping. Potable water and vault toilets are on-site.

Heber Down Conservation Area

Outdoor adventurers in search of untouched wilderness can make their way to Heber Down Conservation Area in Whitby. Five kilometres of accessible trails wind their way through forests, wetlands, and meadows that offer tranquil bird-watching opportunities. Dogs must remain on leash on the trails, but the off-leash park is a popular spot to burn off some puppy energy. Other key amenities include group picnic area rentals and accessible washrooms.

When to go

Summer and early fall months are popular times to go camping near Oshawa. The warmer weather and longer daylight hours make room for more outdoor activities, like swimming, fishing, and hiking. Fall temperatures average between 13–20°C. The autumn colours throughout Oshawa are an attractive camping backdrop at Darlington Provincial Park and Heber Down Conservation Area, as well. Winter camping is possible with average temperatures around -2° to 0°C, especially for snowshoeing. But trails are generally not maintained during the winter months, and some camp facilities may not be in operation.

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