Camping near Toronto

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River Rock Farm Campbellville

8 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · Milton, ON
Nestled conveniently between Toronto, Kitchener/Waterloo, and Hamilton on the Niagara Escarpment, visitors to River Rock Farm find joy and connection through nature and the wonders of 16 Mile Creek running through the property! The property is virtually bugless! Proud to have been voted runner up for Best Site in Canada 2023! There are 6 unique private campsites about an acre away from each other. All have picnic tables, seating, and a private firepit. #1 - Large site on the top of a hill, looking down onto 16 Mile Creek in a heavily forested setting and can accommodate an RV up to 25 feet. A rustic cabin upgrade with a bed can be purchased as well. #2 - Is one acre away in the opposite secluded corner of the same field and is very private. No Hydro line but you can borrow an ac/dc adapter to hook onto your car battery. Anything can also be charged in the barn outlet. #3 Is a very large wooded site right beside the river about a 4 minute walk down the hill from parking. No hydro. #4 - Front field on top of a hill directly overlooking 16 mile creek with hydro #5 - Back field corner. This is a large site with 2 fire pits beside a storage shelter. Hydro available. #6 - Front field Shelter site. On the side of an open field. No hydro line but an AC adapter is available free to use which can be connected to your car battery, or you can charge devices in the barn outlet. There is one shared outhouse and clean potable drinking water from a hose and frost free spigot. Reasonably priced firewood can be purchased on site and a free loaner badminton and croquet set, wheelbarrow and axe is available to borrow. On our property, you’ll find beautiful walking trails to enjoy throughout your stay and 16 Mile Creek that flows through the property where you can spend your days fishing and relaxing in the hammock. Kelso Lake back entrance for swimming is a 5 minute walk down the road. ATTRACTIONS near by: Hilton Falls is a 5 min. walk up the road, and Kelso Lavender Farm is directly across the road. Several Bruce Trail entrances for hiking are very close by. Rattlesnake Point conservation area and is a 5 minute drive south on Appleby with Rock climbing and scenic views and the legendary Crawford Lake is 10 minutes by car. Springridge Farm and Chudleighs Apple Farm are a 5 minute drive away. There are no farm animals currently - pictures posted by campers were from last year) Campbellville is a small quaint town a 5 minute drive from the farm with fantastic restaurants and a very good local grocery store. Check out all that is local and nearby at the following link: http://www.miltonweb.ca/community-services/tourist-attractions-tourism-in-and-around-milton.html Noise from a few reviews explained: Yes, the highway is close by. The range is anywhere from barely audible to very noticeable and it is generally dependent upon atmospheric conditions, Tree leaf coverage and wind direction on any given day. Quietest are sites are #3 and #4. Detailed information and arrival instructions are sent out 48 hours prior to arrival. Campers with dogs: I do have a very well behaved Shepherd who gets along with all dogs and is usually outside only when I am.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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WÄRME Sauna Cabin: Couples Retreat

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Tottenham, ON
Check into a Spa Cabin - a SPOT TO RETREAT to relax and endure downtime : by yourself, a romantic stay to connect, or two close friends who are looking for quality time 'away from it all' - enjoy the benefits oF sauna/spa culture or use our spot as an off grid tiny cabin (with power & camper style outside cook space or restaurants to order from nearby). Queen bed. Bedding supplied. Mini fridge inside cabin. No oven/microwave. Bbq, toaster, electric cooktop, water, tea, coffee. Cutlery, plates bbq utensils supplied. Upon request/availability we welcome you with a meditative sound bath using crystal sound bowls - grounding, centring, calming the thinking mind among the panoramic view. We then hand you a plush spa robe. Provided in the cabin Facial supplies (exfoliate, cleanse, nourish ), body scrubs, massage oils, and hotel quality spa linens to name a few. This is an experientail stay, a small cabin heated by a wood burning stove - & a large 8 person sauna aside from the cabin lounge space & Queen size bed... Dip in the outside Hot tub on a covered deck looking into Scenic hills surrounded by 100’s of farm land - think your favorite Ontario spa's with no crowds. The 2 acre property is full of evergreens; fire pits, yoga gazebo, sun decks star gazing and restautants nearby for a date night. We encourage guests to explore . Horse stables, nature trails, farmland spot to buy fresh honey, eggs nearby. Or if you just want to listen to music, journal, read a book, watch birds ; & reflect on life - the high vibrational energy of the lands are sure to tap into your inner peace. Must be comfortable operating & starting a fire. If this is of interest, message and let us create an unforgettable experience for you!
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Laurenwood Farm

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Loretto, ON
Welcome to Laurenwood Farm!The farm is a 100-acre working livestock and organic mixed produce farm with picturesque views, miles of wooded trails, and a beautiful little fish pond. Fresh organic veggies and farm-fresh eggs are available seasonally. Guests are welcome to wander the trails, check out the pond and gardens, and have a guided tour to experience meeting the animals. Nearby are several conservation areas and access to the Bruce Trail. Walking, biking or horseback riding is very pleasant on the quiet country roads around. There are many local fairs and festivals in the surrounding villages, such as the Beeton Honey Festival and Tottenham Bluegrass Festival.We have three different listings, a cottage, a barn loft, and a tent/RV site. We look forward to hosting you!
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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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Harmony Resorts - Grand Valley

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Orangeville, ON
Situated alongside the Grand River and surrounded by 100’s of acres of farmland, our serene woodlands provide the perfect place to unwind. Mature cedar and maple trees envelope each of our sites, with views and access to the river.The Grand river is an excellent fishing spot known for its bass, walleye, perch, trout, pike, carp and catfish. On a hot summer day, bring an inflatable water toy and float along its shallow waters. For those who prefer to swim in a pool, we have a lovely one located in the center of the park to enjoy.Hikers can explore the nearby Grand Valley Trail or explore the Upper Grand Trailway, an abandoned CPR Line which was lovingly resurfaced to provide access to the countryside. Right down the street is the Luther Marsh Conservation Area which is one of the best bird-watching spots in Ontario. It is also home to over 50 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles.Join us to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the quiet beauty of the countryside.
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The Café Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Alton, ON
"Hey, remember when we visited those really friendly people on a farm about an hour from Toronto? You know, they also had all those farm animals. That was one of the best nights we've ever had. Sitting around the fire and watching that sunset - AHmazing! Let's book another night there. HECK - let's bring the trailer and book a weekend!"
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Camping near Toronto guide

Overview

Canada’s largest city is a bit of an urban jungle, but that doesn’t mean you can’t escape into nature. Toronto is home to dozens of urban hiking trails and there are opportunities for kayaking and canoeing downtown. Just a short drive outside the city, camping options abound at provincial parks and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority sites, and if you’re willing to head an hour or two out of town for a getaway, you’ll be rewarded with starry nights and wide, open nature spots.

Where to go

Albion Hills Conservation Park

About an hour northwest of the Toronto area, Albion Hill is a tranquil nature escape surrounded by easy access to city amenities. This conservation area offers over 230 serviced and unserviced sites, with space for RVs. Albion Hill has forested hiking and mountain biking trails, a kid-friendly swimming pool and splash area, and even a bike washing station.

Darlington Provincial Park

Just over an hour east of downtown Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario, Darlington Provincial Park has a long, sandy beach and ample family-friendly programming in summer, plus opportunities to kayak or go paddle boating. The Lakeside Campground is radio-free for those seeking a quiet camping experience. It’s also open in winter for hiking and snowshoeing.

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

In Oakville, Bronte Creek Provincial Park has an impressive list of day-use and overnight activities. Pending the time of year, campers can enjoy disc golf, hiking, tobogganing, swimming in one of Canada’s largest outdoor pools, a children’s farm with live animals, ghost walks, a maple syrup festival, Victorian Christmas, plus four campgrounds, including group camping spots, and three yurts for a glamping experience.

Georgian Bay Islands National Park

This park is two hours north of Toronto but it feels like an escape to pure wilderness. Looking out over the world’s largest freshwater archipelago, there are exceptional views of the Canadian Shield—views so spectacular they inspired the Group of Seven artists. Visitors enjoy camping, glamping, waterfront cabins, and paddle-in backcountry sites on Beausoleil Island. Even if you don’t camp there, you can hike and bike on trails that range from easy loops of a kilometre or less to challenging terrain on much longer paths. Across the waters from this park is Awenda Provincial Park, where campers can find six campgrounds (including radio-free and pet-free options), 31 kilometres of trails, and a calm interior lake perfect for gentle kayaking.

When to go

Most camping facilities in and around Toronto are open from mid-May and mid-October. However, many Ontario parks are open in winter for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Book well in advance for Canadian holidays, including Victoria Day (the second-to-last Monday in May), Canada Day (July 1), and the Civic Holiday (the first Monday in August). Late June’s Toronto Pride Parade is another busy weekend.

Know before you go

  • Toronto may be a large, busy city but it offers ample birdwatching opportunities. The local Ornithological Society has good resources for budding birders.
  • There are multiple outdoor supply stores in and around Toronto, including MEC, SAIL, Bass Pro Shop, Patagonia, and The Complete Paddler, Canada’s largest paddle shop, where equipment rentals are offered.
  • Toronto’s raccoons are undeniably cute and seemingly fearless of humans, but feeding them is a bad idea as it only encourages nuisance visits. Lock up your food at night.

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