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7 RV Parks near Vaughan, Ontario
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Vaughan. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Vaughan in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $40.00
The campground could use some updating and several of the sites need to be cleaned up. There were sites where the campers were gone, but debris was left all around. There's nothing pretty about the sites, just gravel and hook-ups. The electric hook-up is shared by two lots, so whomever gets there first gets to choose if they want the 50,30, or 20 amp slot. The second camper to arrive gets to choose between the two that are left. Many of the sites looked to be long-term and some were pretty cluttered. There was a lot of road noise and the train tracks were right next to the campground. Some dog barking throughout the day here and there. This campground is satisfactory, but nothing beyond that. - EdinFL
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Very loud location with main highway close by (427), railroad, and airport although highway noise so loud can't hear planes. Cold water showers on timer. This may be as close as you get to Toronto but it's at least an hours drive downtown. - Travlin Bruin
Jul 2016 - $41.00
Indeed easy access to Toronto. Pool was ok, with salty water. We did use the washrooms and they were dirty, even after cleaning (?). We had a spot in front of the restrooms, and heard cleaning noises, but we could not see the results of that. The hairs were still in the sink. One of the shower heads was broken.
Staff was vriendly. We did not use the laundry facilities.
WiFi was fast, but very instable. iPhone did not login to the WiFi.
The fire ring was a hole in the ground, which was, in our eyes, dangerous with the drought. - Bisan
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We were disappointed with Albion Hills. The call center has no knowledge beyond what you can see on the website. Our site was supposed to be a 'short walk' to the pool. It was more like a 20 min hike (1 way) through the woods. The sites vary GREATLY in size. Some are huge and others are tiny. The pool was not included in the camping fee! Our three kids (10, 11, 14) were sent back saying that they weren't allowed in without paying extra (about $20 daily for the family). After I complained, the staff gave us free passes but having to argue for it was certainly was not enjoyable. Also, the pool and splash pad will fill up with busloads of daycamp kids. Campers should be aware. The fire pits were literally pits, just holes in the ground. Although sites were very close to one another, the campground itself was very spread out so it was too far to walk anywhere. There were only two showers at the closet comfort station. The dump station receiving hole was at the very limit of my dump hose. Lastly, we stayed here as a basecamp to visit Toronto and it was over an hour away. This was our mistake, but I don't want anyone else to do the same. - Hit The Road
Aug 2013 - $40.00
I had a great time here. The campground has lots to do, the kids and I took bicycles and enjoyed the great trails available. Would definitely recommend it. - rw94
Jul 2010 - $32.00
A very disappointing campground! We made reservations in May in order to be sure of getting a site that was easy to get into and included in our information was the size of our rig (32’). We were sent to a site that was very hard to back into and learned after we were set up that there were convenient pull-thrus available for the same price! Several campsites were overcrowded (10 to 12 adults and a few kids). Some inconsiderate campers chose to chat loudly until 4 am and others left their garbage on their sites when leaving The few staff who frequently drove around on carts to make sure that the occupancy card were on the posts ignored the litter and green garbage bags left behind. The fire pits were simply grates that campers had move to a convenient spot and most of them were damaged making them unsuitable for cooking over (we didn’t try). The picnic tables in our area were in need of repair/replacement as well. The chemical toilets were very dirty and smelly and were hosed out about once a day. The main bathrooms were somewhat cleaner but still not in the least appealing, especially the showers. To make matters worse the water pressure for the push button showers was terrible…a frustrating and unsatisfactory experience. The worst Conservation area campground I have stayed at in 55 years of camping. - Groveite
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Overnight tent camping experience has declined significantly. Bathrooms have mirrors missing from the walls, muddy footprints on bathroom floors. Some bathroom stall doors are so misaligned, they won't close. Showers have poor or no temperature control (hot showers in a 43 Celsius heat wave!) Campers walking through other campers' sites as shortcuts, without any intervention from staff or "security" . Noisy campers continue disrupting overnight "quiet time" rules despite warnings from "security" and verbal confrontations with other campers. Nearby seasonal trailers with rickety old air conditioners rumbling during the night. Dismal, overcrowded camping with no oversight to deal with belligerence. - never returning again
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Sites are on grass, kinda muddy when it rains. It was just OK. - snrstang
Aug 2016 - $60.00
This is a big park with many amenities such as a lake beach,two heated pools, splash pad and every sport field I can think of. There are separate areas for tenters, weekend RVs and seasonals. All in all I really like the park. We are staying in the seasonal area for the first year. It is only about 45 minutes from Toronto where my daughter and family are living. Close to shopping too. My only concern is that the tenters are in rather close quarters if they want utilities. There is a nice wooded wilderness area if you can do without. Staff has been great and treated us well. - Wild Kate
Nov 2018 - $30.00
Best thing about this campground is the proximity to Toronto. We stayed here while visiting the city. Be aware, there is no sewer or water. Most sites seemed very level and all sites were spacious. Unfortunately, our site was all mud with very little grass. Outhouses were what you would expect. Shower house was dirty. I would stay here only while visiting Toronto. The campground is a nice place to park the RV while visiting Toronto attractions. Not much else. - mm1407
Sep 2018 - $40.00
My husband and I stayed at Glen Rouge for two nights at the end of September. We chose the campground due to its proximity to downtown Toronto. On the plus side, it was just a short drive to the train station. We took the train downtown which was super convenient (driving and finding a parking space didn't sound like much fun!). Also, there were hiking trails we and our dog enjoyed. One the negative side, there was really no privacy at our campsite, no trees or shrubs between sites. We stayed in a pull thru site, and had enough room for our motor home and our car. As others have stated, the campground can get muddy in the rain! Thankfully it didn't rain while we were there, but there was a huge muddy rut right in front of the door to our motor home. We didn't use the restrooms so we can't attest to that. For me the biggest negative is the campground is right next to a very busy expressway. So there is the constant drone of traffic 24 hours a day. Also, excessive water pressure blew out our line, which has never happened in our 14 plus years of rv-ing. Thankfully my husband is handy and was able to find a store that carried the parts that we needed so he could fix it. - fly girl
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We stayed for a week and it is one of the worst places we visited. Constant loud music and several construction and "homeless" people who sit, smoke and drink all day long. They get really loud until 1am. Park itself is nice. It's about 40 minutes without traffic (about an hour and 30 minutes during rush hour) to Toronto. Roads are narrow and some trees are really low so, if you drive a class A, watch out. - Presidio40
Sep 2012 - $55.00
We stayed here for just a one night stop on the road. Park is close to shutting down for the season, only a couple other campers in the park when we were there. We can see there are many activities for kids, nice playground, pool, putt putt, large fire pit. Our price was off season but still more than we like to pay, and the rates are quite steep on season. But you are paying for the activities for the kids. Room to walk the dogs. Clear sky for satellite view. Don't think we would stay here if it was crowded, it would be too busy for us. But if you have kids, it is a good place if you don't mind paying premium price. - Living the Dream
May 2011 - $40.00
The only reason we stayed here was to get a trip under our belts in the new camper and this place was the closest to home. The pool was nice but the rest was simply "ok". Too close to Hwy 400. Could always hear the traffic. Sites were quite small. Nothing to write home about. No reason for us to go back. - Rockford
Aug 2009 - $70.00
The park was tidy and well kept with all the amenities in good working order. The bathrooms were clean but very outdated with the walls being painted particle board and the sinks showing many years of use. The sites were a different story as all are gravel and many are not level. One row could be pull thru's but are used as two sites on gravel defined by a chain with no privacy and literally backing right up to your neighbor. We stayed in a pull thru and had to move three times as the sites slope down and away. The pool was very nice but the nature trail was a pasture with a trail mowed through weeds. They have many mature trees and the park is on a small ridge overlooking the 400 for easy access to the freeway. I doubt we would stay here again as the price is steep for what you receive and much of that is likely influenced by the Jellystone name. - skiddy
Jun 2008 - $36.00
Most sites are seasonal. There are only a few overnight sites. Good facilities. There are two swimming pools with lifeguard and the swimming pools are well maintained. Many organized activities for children and adults. Quiet hours are strictly enforced. The entrance road has a narrow one-lane bridge barely wide enough for a trailer. Roads are rough, narrow and winding, and tree branches are poorly trimmed in many areas. The access road to the Buffalo section of the campground is very overgrown with trees. - treetime
May 2018 - $70.00
Clean place, the campsites are a decent size, note some areas of the park are more family based than others meaning more people/children mingling, more daytime noise, etc. The washrooms had 1 stall out of service out of 3, but the staff kept it clean in there, no complaints. No hot water in the sink so you wash your hands with cold water but I don't blame the park for shutting if off, must have been left running before. Quiet type campsite with regards to road noise, loud motorcycles except during the day the 3 wheelers nearby were running rampant down the country roads. The park I think helped keep the noise down, not too out of hand at night. Good place to go if you live in GTA. Lots of activities to do for everyone, great for little ones to play, pools not open yet, a gym even to help break up your stay.. $70 CDN / night - tabith1
Jun 2014 - $48.00
Very nice and clean park. Friendly staff and friendly seasonals (don't often see that). Lot size was larger than normal, good privacy between sites. Downside: no cell phone reception, no Wi-Fi Internet, and only got 1 TV station on antenna. I can't blame the campground for the cell and TV reception, but Wi-Fi is pretty standard now, especially when you pay $48/night. Agree with other comment, entrance roadway into campground very narrow. Wide enough for only 1 trailer at a time. - bornTOcamp
Sep 2011 - $45.00
We stayed here for 2 nights in late September so it was very quiet. The sites are quite large and the grounds are well maintained. A nice little knee-deep stream runs through the park and (we're told) that it's a great place for the kids to play in during warmer months. A natural lazy river where you can run a tube up to one end of the park, float down to the other, and repeat. A mix of seasonal and overnight sites. - Rockford