Toronto has many majestic parks that provide a variety of sites for camping lovers. Whether you're a first time camper or camping is your favourite outdoor recreational activity, it's important to choose the best ground to set up your tent.
There are different types of camping offered at these sites to accommodate your preferences and comfort zone. You have the option to choose from car camping, backcountry camping, RV camping or stay in a roofed arrangement to enjoy your outdoor trip! Camping adventures are a lot of fun and worth planning.
As summer creeps up on us, the hot weather and long weekends will get us escaping the city into our favourite nature spots.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
One of Toronto’s most popular camping spots, The Bruce Peninsula National Park is a getaway to Turquoise waters and nature-immersed hiking trails.One of the prime places to spend your summer and relax on a quiet weekeend. Going camping to Bruce Peninsula will leave you speechless, especially after stargazing in the dark sky preserve.
Finlayson Point Park
This camping park provides access to the Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park and is located on the coast of Lake Temagami, about 5 hours from Toronto. There are hundreds of bays and thousands of kilometres of ancient pine shoreline to be explored. Campers enjoy swimming in the Temagami Lake because it warms up really fast during the summer due to the shallow water.
Pinery Provincial Park
There are 3 main camping grounds at Pinery Provincial Park. Riverside, Burley and Dunes are open at different times of the year, are scattered around Pinery Park and offer accommodations to fit your camping preferences. It is located almost 3 hours away from Toronto, on Lake Huron's Old Ausable Channel.
What’s summer without at least a few trips to the beach? Toronto is home to several stretches of sand worth setting up a beach blanket on. Whether you’re looking to swim, play beach volleyball, do some canoeing or kayaking, or just relax by the water, there’s a beach to suit your needs in the city - and here are some of the best
Located next to Kew-Balmy Beach, Woodbine Beach is another popular east end stretch of sand where you’ll find three kilometres of shoreline for some serious fun in the sun. In addition to the wide, sandy waterfront ideal for swimming, Woodbine Beach Park also offers access to the Ashbridges Bay and Martin Goodman trails, Donald D. Summerville Outdoor Olympic Pool, playground, outdoor fitness equipment, beach volleyball courts and a bathing station with a patio, change rooms, water bottle filling station and showers.
Ward’s Island Beach
Ward’s Island Beach is one of several beaches on the Toronto Islands along with Centre Island Beach, Hanlan’s Point Beach and Gibraltar Point Beach. A short ferry ride from downtown Toronto, you can find this scenic beach on the southeastern shore of Toronto Island Park and because it’s set away from most of the action of other parts of the island and a more residential area, it tends to be a bit quieter. The water here is mostly calm and shallow making it good for swimming, and there is a volleyball net for beach volleyball fans and a disc golf course nearby. Once you’ve had enough sand and sun, both the Rectory Café and Island Cafe are a short walk from the beach.
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