Ontario’s great outdoors are accommodation option if you like nature. Camping in Ontario is possible all year long.
Degrees of camping are also available from glamping yurts to tents in the woods.
Please note all prices for packages, getaways, room rates and activities are subject to change and may not be available at the time of booking. Come back to our site often for up-to-date packages for specific time periods.
Where Adventure Awaits!
Backcountry waterfront campsites $12 per night/adult.
Brand new super lightweight Swift Kevlar Canoes from $38 per day.
Imagine camping at a resort where everything is included! You won’t need to bring cooking provisions as full use of our newly renovated, communal kitchens and numerous propane BBQ’s are included in your stay. As well, you will have access to the private lake and beach, hot tub and conversation pool. Feel free to take out our bicycles or canoes and kayaks, go for a hike, play games in the Dome or use our yard games. Nightly campfires are also included, along with free firewood and free parking.
Camping at Footprints Resort is very different from your regular camping trips. We aren’t a campground, but a resort that can accommodate tenters, campers and a few RV’s. Once you arrive and are checked in, we’ll give you some camping options and you can chose which works best for you: close to the washrooms and showers, secluded in the trees away from other guests, or on the hill overlooking the lake. It’s up to you! We want you to have the very best experience while camping at Footprints!
There is no dumping station for RV’s, but one is available a few minutes up the road for a nominal fee. We will do our best to accommodate those who wish electrical hookup.
So why not try Footprints Resort for your next camping trip? You’ll be glad you did, it’s not like camping anywhere else!
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Santa’s Village is Muskoka’s theme park! We offer a wide variety of rides, games and activities guaranteed to provide family fun for all. You can ride our two exciting roller coasters, captain pirate paddle boats, soar to new heights on the balloon tower, take a turn on one of our two carousels, cool off in our gorgeous splash pad, take a thrilling ride on Santa’s Summer Sleigh on the Muskoka River and more! There are unlimited ways to create lasting family memories in the heart of beautiful Muskoka at this one of a kind park.
Visit www.santasvillage.ca for all the details, to plan your stay and to join our Nice List to get all our upcoming offers and events right to your inbox! You can also make a vacation out of it and Stay & Play as a family right across the street at Whispering Pines!
Santa’s Whispering Pines Campground
Voted Best Campground in Muskoka three years in a row! Stay in one of our new cottages, try our yurts, or bring your own tent, camper or RV. You can enjoy family programs every evening including supper with Santa every Wednesday!
Right within Santa’s Village theme park the older kids can enjoy Go-Karts, Bungee-Trampoline, Lazer Tag, Mini-Golf, Batting Cages and the Arcade! There are also two immersive games – challenge your friends or family to a simulated bowling or soccer game!
Muskoka Zip Lines & Aerial Park
Muskoka is soaring to new heights with Muskoka Zip Lines and Aerial park. Ride 7 zip lines for close to 1000′ of heart pounding adventure, or find your adventure in the Aerial park with 34 games over 2 heights to challenge you! Looking for a taste of the extreme? The Jump Tower is waiting for you. We’re sure you’ll find exactly the excitement you’re looking for!
Take your next Algonquin Park Vacation to the next level by booking a special accommodation package at one of Algonquin Park’s finest resorts – Bartlett Lodge. We have a resort package to suit every guest and every interest. For a one of a kind family resort vacation, romantic couples escape or Algonquin Park wilderness adventure, our Algonquin Park lodge has the package for you. Bartlett Lodge is open from May until October and offers different packages throughout the season. Whether you choose a guided fishing package or a one of a kind Algonquin Park canopy tent experience, we will do our best to ensure that your stay with us will be one that you won’t soon forget.
“GLAMPING” IN LUXURY AND A FREE FOUR COURSE DINNER
It looks like a tent but there’s a comfy king-size bed inside; no ground sleeping for you and your partner. Comforts of a private washroom are located in a building next door. Wake up closer to nature than any cabin allows, knowing amenities and a hot breakfast are waiting for you and get a real, back-country Algonquin experience without having to venture too far into the wilds. All of this and a free dinner for one person in Bartlett’s award winning dining room. The second guests’ dinner in this package will be charged at the full rate.
Available during the months of May, June and select dates in July, August, September and October.
With the extent of Haliburton Forest’s lands and the variety of activities offered, many visitors decide on extended stays by camping. In order to accommodate overnight visits in the heart of its lands, Haliburton Forest has developed an extensive network of semi-wilderness campsites on 17 of its 100 lakes. While a majority of sites are leased on an annual basis, a number of designated sites have been reserved for short term use.
The term “semi-wilderness” in the classification of these campsites indicates their unique nature. All sites are spacious and accessible throughout the summer by car. They are situated directly on a lakeshore, well spaced and private, without back lots, and are often out of sight of any neighbour. Sites are equipped with a picnic table, fire pit and outhouse, but no hook-ups or other services. This concept represents a successful blend of wilderness camping (Algonquin Park style) and camping as it commonly occurs at organized campgrounds.
Camping at Haliburton Forest can only occur on designated sites. Advance reservations are required. In order to accommodate longer stays a minimum weekly occupation is required for some sites.
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