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7 RV Parks near Huron East, Ontario
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Huron East. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Huron East in the left hand column.
Sep 2013 - $26.00
Nice park in a pretty setting with great management. Remotely located around a small lake. Most of the sites are occupied by long-term residents who use their sites as a vacation getaway. We were parked in an area reserved for short-term stays and were treated very well by the management. - CaptainNemo
Aug 2008 - $32.00
Hidden gem. Place was so quiet thru the week. Nice salt water pool and a nice little lake with a sandy beach. Great size park with a fun trail thru the forest. Office staff is really good and will help with anything. Very well kept. No store though so make sure you bring what you need. Nearest store is about 10 miles away. We were there for a week. - atss2006
Jul 2018 - $23.00
We hosted an Explorer campout there for 3 days. The owners were fantastic. If we needed help, they were there for us, and always checking with us to make sure all was ok. Wifi and television are almost nil. They have a great little kitchen and hall that we were able to use for free. I recommend this place. We will be back sometime, when the leaves change. - Joanne1
Aug 2017 - $47.00
Peaceful campground beside the Maitland River with spacious, grass-covered sites, all back-in. Some seasonal sites. Main attraction of this campground is the falls area which you access by going down a flight of stairs. You can place your chair on the rocks to view. Many jumped into the water, though small children will definitely need supervision as the rocks can be slippery and the current is swift. Some fished off the rocks though there is a stocked pond available for a fee. Water too shallow for canoes/kayaks. There are a few small playgrounds and lots of great walking trails throughout the park. No internet, tv channels or camp store. - naturelover
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Very family oriented park. Nice pool with a slide. They also have a big bouncy blow-up pillow for the kids. Lots of green grass and very clean. Big open spaces for kids to play along with a mini putt putt. Lots of shade too. - SharonO
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Two campsites were reserved in March of 2014 for a two night stay but the reservations for one of the sites was cancelled at the beginning of May 2014 as the occupant/owner of the second travel trailer needed to have oral surgery. The campground owner was not understanding and charged a 35 dollar cancellation fee and booked that site to another camper for June 31 to July 5 inclusive. To enter and leave the camp ground a pass is needed. The cost for this pass is 25 dollars with only 15 dollars reimbursed at the end of your stay when the pass is returned. They have wireless internet but the cost is 2 dollars a day to use. If you have visitors each visitor in the vehicle must pay a separate fee of 5 dollars and 65 cents to enter the campground. The facilities themselves are under whelming. The pool is smaller than advertised and not heated. The shower facilities are coin operated and dirty. The washrooms were also dirty with one stall having feces smeared down its wall. The sites themselves are not very level or deep and therefore it is not easy for those with travel trailers to set up. The playground facilities are dated, not well maintained and are not appropriate for small children. The campground consists mostly of seasonal campers and there seems to be little effort being given to attracting and pleasing non-seasonal campers. Overall, it was not a pleasant stay or experience. - Happy Camper Seasonally 8 weeks
Aug 2010 - $36.00
This park has not been updated for over 30 years. Owners are not accommodating. We book our sites typically a year in advance, and already we are told that we cannot have 1 of the 4 sites. They have told us that seasonal campers take preference, and they need 1 of our sites. Therefore, we must move. Last year the same thing happened to us, and we were given a very small site for our 26' RV, and scratched our vehicle to put the trailer in that site. No apologies were ever given, nor were we informed last year in advance. We will never book at this campground again. - RV4
Sep 2008 - $35.00
Overall this is a very nice campground, but who is the non camper who laid out the power system? I've never seen power posts located so far from campsites before. Bring 100' of cord to be sure to reach power. - Veebyes
Aug 2008 - $35.00
We camped in the Colborne section of the campground. It was quiet even though it was a long weekend. The sites are nicely spaced with trees for privacy from your neighbours, but sites may be located directly across the road. The park is clean and well maintained. The beach is large and sandy. There are concerts and dances held in a renovated barn on site. - treetime
Aug 2005 - $32.00
Electric only at one section of this campground. Most sites are 50x50 with bushes between sites. Need a long cord since you have to reach over 50 feet to the side of your site and a bit beyond. We went in parallel to road. Most other campers run on 15 amp cords. Picnic table and fire pit. Drive down steep camp road to nice beach on Lake Huron. Some low trees on road and sites. Dump station and water. Camp store is across the road - more like a small community store. - pegdiver