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The Kountry Korner

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Trenton, ON
The Kountry Korner is a cozy part of our families working farm . Goats and chickens roam the property living their best life. The property consists of wooded areas, fields and a 12 acre private lake. 1 Glamping suite available Firewood available $15.00 bundle 5 Primitive tent sites available with level gravel bases. These are located in the woods. $25.00 per tent per night. Parking at site. Potable water and showers available at office. 3 Primitive RV sites available. These are not pull through sites. Reversing is necessary. Don't let that stop you though, assistance is available. Level grassed area, picnic table and firepit. No hook ups at sites. Water available at office. Outdoor shower at office. Outdoor sink. Please note.... Chickens and goats roam free about the property. Not responsible for the little Black and White Roosters attitude
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Lakecroft-Prince Edward County

3 sites · Lodging15 acres · Cherry Valley, ON
Nestled in the heart of Prince Edward County, Lakecroft beckons with its serene lakefront setting and luxurious glamping accommodations. Here, amidst the tranquil beauty of nature, guests are invited to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with what truly matters: quality time with family and friends. Lakecroft offers a unique blend of outdoor adventure and modern comfort, providing guests with the perfect balance of alfresco living and contemporary conveniences. Each glamping tent is meticulously designed with a touch of boho chic, creating a stylish and inviting retreat for guests to enjoy. Equipped with all the amenities of home, Lakecroft's glamping tents feature electricity, including a mini fridge for storing refreshments, and a Keurig K-cup coffee maker to kickstart your mornings. The thoughtfully styled interior boasts cozy furnishings, soft linens, and blankets to ensure a restful night's sleep. Sink into the plush comfort of a queen bed with a memory foam mattress, surrounded by the tranquility of nature, for an unforgettable glamping experience at Lakecroft. Lakecroft enjoys a prime location near Picton, just a short drive from the stunning shores of Sandbanks Beach. Additionally, it offers easy access to a variety of dining options, markets, and artisan shops, ensuring that guests can explore and indulge in the local delights just moments away.
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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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Red Cedar Plains

4 sites · RVs, Tents110 acres · Prince Edward, ON
The 110-acre estate has been overtaken with Red Cedars at the front of the property, and also has a mature forest at the rear of the property. It has become a sort of refuge for wildlife. Deer, bunnies, and even Coyotes roam freely on what has over the past 20 or 30 years become a young forest. This is a place of quiet reflection. however, it is also a great place to reunite with loved ones over exciting conversations, music, and drinks over the flame of a campfire. However, we exercise a quiet hours policy starting at 11pm. No loud music or loud talking. We are in close proximity to the first and most prominent vineyard in PEC. (Wauppos Estates). They have some of the best wine you will find here, and spectacular gardens on the lake with a south-facing dock. Grab a glass of wine and wander the grounds. They also have a petting zoo, ice cream, and a market where you can grab food, drinks, or some fresh local produce. Nearby there are blueberry and strawberry fields where you can pick your own fruit. Right around the corner from us we have our favourite wine maker at Amanda’s Winery.
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Open Sky Glamping Kawartha Dome

1 site · Lodging24 acres · Belleville, ON
Escape to nature in Kawarthas, 2 hours from Toronto. Woodland trails, cycling, star gazing, bird-watching, or immerse in nature's tranquility with the calls of loons and birdsong. Cozy up by the wood-burning stove, and watch the natural world unfold outside. Our spacious dome embraces serenity, inviting you to slow down and savor life's simple joys. Perfect for romantic getaways or adventures with friends. Marmora Retreat's Dome offers a unique and inviting escape like no other. THE SPACE This exceptional 500 sqft dome boasts spacious living quarters and 13' high ceilings adorned with a skylight that invites you to stargaze from the comfort of your cozy queen-size bed. You'll find a fully-equipped kitchenette, complete with a solar-powered fridge and freezer, allowing you to enjoy all the conveniences of home while reducing your ecological footprint. Hang out beneath the bamboo light fixtures, savor meals at the dining area for four, and stay warm by the wood-burning stove on cooler evenings. Eco-conscious guests will appreciate the bathroom featuring a composting toilet, aligning with our commitment to sustainability. With plenty of power outlets and a pull-out couch, the dome accommodates up to four guests, making it ideal for romantic getaways, nature adventures with friends, or peaceful solo retreats. Step outside onto the sprawling 500 sqft deck, where you can relax on comfortable patio furniture while observing local wildlife. A wood-burning hot tub beckons you to unwind beneath the stars, and a cozy fire pit and BBQ offer opportunities for outdoor dining and socializing. A sail shade provides shelter from the elements, and a refreshing outdoor shower completes the outdoor oasis. Marmora Retreat's Dome is entirely off-grid, running on solar power and sustainable heating, allowing you to enjoy modern comforts in harmony with nature. Whether you're seeking a romantic escape, a nature-filled adventure with friends, or a tranquil solo getaway, our dome promises an unforgettable experience in the embrace of the great outdoors. Come and savor off-grid living at its finest! THIS RETREAT OFFERS Nature View Parking Area Pets Allowed Spacious 500 sqft indoor living space. Kitchenette with all you need. Solar-powered fridge and freezer. 13’ high ceilings with a skylight for stargazing. Cozy hanging bamboo light fixtures. Plenty of power outlets. Comfy queen-size bed and pull-out couch. Wood-burning stove. Dining area for 4. Huge viewing window. Bathroom with a composting toilet. A big 1000 sqft deck. Relax with comfy patio furniture and watch wildlife. Outdoor dining for 4. Sail shade for sun or rain. Wood-burning hot tub. Lovely evening lights. Cozy fire pit. Full size BBQ for your cookouts. Refreshing outdoor shower. Guest access Access to BBQ grill & cozy fire pit on the outdoor deck. OTHER THINGS TO NOTE Only 1-2 pets are permitted during your stay at the Dome. Please note that Dome guests do not have access to Marmora Retreat's Farmhouse area, pool, and waterfront dock area. The hot tub may require up to 4 hours to reach optimal temperature, which can vary depending on the outdoor temperature. This year, we've encountered issues with wet wood, affecting our firewood supply. To ensure you have a cozy experience, we kindly request that all guests bring their own dry firewood. While we'll still offer firewood, we regret to inform you that we cannot guarantee its dryness. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Outdoor Fires - based around the Marmora township, all fire warnings are set at the time of your visit. All outdoor fires must be small, controlled and monitored at all times, they must also be put out with water before being left. Sound - after 10:00 pm there is a noise curfew, but even before that you must make sure you are respectful of other guests on the property who come to relax, as well as our neighbors in this quiet countryside region. In the event of any noise rule violations, such as loud music or disturbances after 10:00 PM, a $500 fee will be applied from the deposit. Power - we are on solar energy, embracing an eco-conscious lifestyle. Our off-grid setup ensures that your stay in the Dome is in harmony with nature. The water system operates on a pump-action system. Enjoy a sustainable, peaceful retreat, leaving a lighter impact on the environment during your stay.
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Lakeport Valley Camp 🏕️

2 sites · Tents1 acre · Brighton, ON
We’re situated in the hamlet of Lakeport, only a 5 minute walk from Lake Ontario!! We don’t own the forest behind our home, we don’t recommend entering. There are active train tracks within a half kilometre from the home. Other than that there’s no noise, just nature We are located 5km from Wicklow Beach! - 10 km from the Big Apple! - 7km from Old Mill Alpacas! - 40km from Batawa Ski Hill - 8km from Silver Lake Stables, where you and your family can do some horseback riding! - 25km from the Northumberland county forest, where you can do hiking/ off-roading! - 17km from St. Anne’s Spa in Grafton! And soooo much more!!
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Glampanee

1 site · Lodging9 acres · Napanee, ON
Enjoy the lovely setting of this romantic spot in nature. This is for experienced campers as this is off grid. You will feel relaxed in this yurt located on a 9+ acres and close to Prince Edward County. Everything will be provided to make your stay/experience as comfortable as possible: toiletries, shower kit (water will be provided), BBQ, portable water... We will also offer (upon request and availability) RMT service and food from local restaurant(s) for additional cost.
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Wildwood Cottages

2 sites · Lodging6 acres · Peterborough, ON
Wildwood Cottage sits on 6.5 acres overlooking Otonabee River. In the spring summer and fall we have 6 cottages and 2 bunkies. November to April we keep 3 cottages open with hot tubs and wood burning fireplaces. You can watch the birds off your porch, go for a swim at the beach, use a complementary canoe or even rent a boat or seadoo to explore farther! In the summer months we offer a swimming area equipped with kayaks and water inflatables. In the winter, there is a skating rink when the weather permits! Generally Jan & Feb. Dec and Mar the weather sometimes is not cold enough. One of the best things to do any season - sit at your own fire pit and enjoy the clear sky full of stars while listening to the sounds of natures. We are also pet friendly!
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The River

1 site · RV, Tent80 acres · Campbellford, ON
If you want privacy and seclusion this is your place . Our family lives on 88 acres 10 minutes from the town of Campbellford. We are on a dead end road out in the country. Upon arrival simply pulled up our laneway at our house and follow the signs to the River. We are located on Bradley Bay on the Trent river with kms of lock free boating between Percy Boom and Glen Ross . We are located across from an island called Anderson island. Pike, pickeral, bass , Muskie ,channel cat ,and pan fish are in these waters. Our point is very private with plenty of birds and wild life to watch . We have one of our trails marked clearly threw out the woods for you to enjoy . We have a canoe, an adult kayak and child’s kayaks included . On the point we have a small fire pit and 2 docks. 2 of the docks face the river and one is up our little lagoon . A wonderful place for adults and children alike to fish , swim , relax and catch frogs and fire flies. We do have a few chairs and a child’s little turtle pool to swim and play in. Currently there is no sand at the water entry but it is in the future to be getting some. The point is a long narrow grassy area. There are about 3 spots you could park a trailer . We think currently the max length would be a 22 foot trailer we could accommodate until we are able to open up the area a bit more. A small fishing boot about 14 foot and under could be launched at our water entry otherwise the closest public launch is about 5 minutes down the road . If we plan it ahead of time to ensure we are home we are happy to let you fill your trailer up with water from our house hose on the way down to the point. Otherwise Ferris Provincial Park is about 7 minutes away. There is a filling and dumping station there for a small fee from the park. Things to do In area is the well known suspension bridge located in Campbellford. Doohers bakery and the empire cheese factory and chocolate factory all within 10 minutes from our house . Campbellford is full of little shops and stores. It’s a beautiful walk back towards our house and down the laneway to the road as well. Great quiet country road for children and adults alike to go for a bike ride or walk along the road beside farmers fields where usually deer and sandhill cranes are seen. Upon arrival if arranged ahead of time we can be here to meet and greet you and ensure you are settled in. Otherwise there isn't a guarantee we will be at the property upon arrival.
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Lightfoot Mountain

7 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Brighton, ON
We own part of a drumlin. Tent camping on the mountain. Trailer and RV parking. Flat areas on the lower parts. We are growing many berries and fruits. There are duck , chicken and rabbits. Farm fresh eggs are available. You can walk the property admire our many gardens. There is a quarry to swim in a short distance away at Seymore Provincal Park , Raney Suspension Bridge and Ferris Provincal park are all close by. Campbellford downtown is 1 km. There is biking trails, atv trails. Chocolate factory, cheese factory, many craft brewing houses. Plenty of restaurants. Giant tiger is 450 meters away yet you are out in the country
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The Tamarack Shack

1 site · Lodging100 acres · Stirling Rawdon, ON
We have cared for this land for the last 20 years - and our ancestors did before us. We initially lived here on the land in a tiny home (before tiny homes existed?!) It is called "The Tamarack Shack" and is a 10x10 cabin that we built by hand. We lived there - without power or water for 3 years. It's still standing, but is home to many critters now. Prior to our stewardship - this 100 acres was a sheep and cattle farm - heavily overgrazed and needing some loving. We've spent the last 2 decades planting 25 000 trees, digging 3 ponds and erecting fencing and out buildings for 15 acres of pasture. We are excited and honoured to share our deep love of this place with you. Come for a visit and fall in love too!
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Sunset Hollow

2 sites · Lodging3 acres · Brighton, ON
Come and experience the natural beauty of Trent Hills!! Our property is 2.7 acres and is nestled amongst rolling farmers fields down a gravel country road. We are situated approximately 10 minutes outside of the small town of Campbellford, that is your quintessential rural, small Ontario town. Trent Hills is primarily an agricultural and recreational area. There is lots to do and see and you will not be disappointed. One of Campbellford's biggest attractions is the Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge with many hiking trails throughout Ferris Provincial Park. We also have Westben Theatre around the corner from our homestead, The Heritage Museum, the World's Finest Chocolate Factory and so much more to explore! Enjoy a rustic glamping experience in a large canvas bell tent overlooking farmers fields with a stunning sunset at night. Sunset Hollow is fully equipped with solar power, wash up facility, fire pit, eating area and all the essentials to cook some tasty home cooked meals, and all the cosy accommodations to create a truly unforgettable experience. You will also get to experience our homestead where you will enjoy bunnies, guinea hens, chickens which produce fresh eggs daily, and goats! Come experience the small town and rural homestead living!
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The best camping near North Beach Provincial Park guide

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North Beach Provincial Park offers a serene escape with its sandy beaches and gentle waves. Visitors can enjoy a day of sunbathing, swimming, and picnicking along the picturesque shores of Lake Ontario. With a boat launch available, it's also a haven for small craft boating. While overnight stays are not an option, the park's day-use facilities make it a perfect spot for a leisurely retreat.

When to go

The best time to visit North Beach Provincial Park is between June 8 and October 6, when the park is open for the season. Warm summer days are ideal for beach activities and boating, while the fall brings a peaceful atmosphere with fewer visitors. Avoid off-season times as the park is closed, and facilities are not available.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast and be prepared for changing conditions, especially when planning to swim or boat.
  • Day-use permits can be obtained up to five days in advance to ensure access to the park.
  • Personal floatation devices are available for loan with a refundable deposit.
  • Be aware of undertow conditions on Lake Ontario during windy days for safe swimming.
  • Accessible customer service is provided, and alternative formats of content are available upon request.

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