20 August, 2015
Surprise them with a summer camping trip
It’s not too late to plan an end-of-summer camping trip. Here are 5 great options for conservation area camping your family will love. Fifty Point Conservation Area
Don’t forget your tackle box! Fifty Point is a great spot for fishing Lake Ontario for salmon, or you can catch rainbow trout and largemouth bass in the stocked pond. Bronte Creek Provincial Park
No tent? No problem. Bronte Creek Provincial Park has three yurts that each can sleep up to six people. In addition to bunk beds, the yurts have a table and chairs, a deck with a propane bbq, a picnic table and a fire pit as well as lights and electricity. Talk about creature comforts! Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area
Home to a 9-hectare lake and sandy beach and great hiking trails, this park is a great option for campers who like to swim and hike. Brant Conservation Area
With canoe and kayak rentals and easy access to the Grand River, this park is a natural choice for paddlers who want to hit the water during their camping trip. Rattlesnake Point and Kelso Conservation Area
Like to travel as a big group? These two parks offer group camping sites for groups as large as 18 people.