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Campgrounds
Happy Hills Resort
We are a family campground with a wide variety of activities offered * reservations for a minimum two night stay * nine hole golf course * driving range * BMX track * tennis * volleyball * ball hockey court * laundry facilities * propane filling station * general store * sanitary disposal station * ice * firewood * daily crafts and activities for the children * visit our petting zoo or have a swim in our heated outdoor pool and hot tub
Lakeside Camping Resort - Home of Danceland
Lakeside Resort Family Camping is on beautiful Lake Sunova and Home of Danceland * seasonal and family camping
Danceland * good dance bands on the first and thrid Saturday night of the month * seating for 350 * hardwood dance floor * air conditioned * smoke-free * dress code * Fox Trot, Rumba, Waltz, Polka, and Square Dancing * one brass band * four old-time bands
Long Point Region Conservation Authority
The Long Point Region Conservation Authority (LPRCA) is a community-based environmental agency dedicated to protecting, restoring and managing the natural resources in our watershed. For more than 60 years, the LPRCA has worked with all levels of government, local communities and landowners to manage the water and other natural resources in the watershed for a healthier watershed for everyone’s benefit. The LPRCA was established in 1971, when the former Big Creek Region and Otter Creek Conservation Authorities amalgamated and is one of 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario. Our area of jurisdiction – the Long Point Region watershed – covers 2,782 square kilometres and is home to nearly 102,000 people.The LPRCA does more than operate conservation areas! Many people who visit our Conservation Areas each year are not aware that these beautiful parks are only part of what a Conservation Authority does. Staff at the Long Point Region Conservation Authority (LPRCA) also monitor water levels and forecast floods, advise on planning and development matters, control erosion, plant trees and manage forests, deliver conservation and heritage education programs, provide recreational facilities and restore natural habitats, to name just a few of our other activities. Access to a variety of conservation lands is provided for hunting and fishing. The LPRCA is perhaps best known for its conservation areas: Backus Heritage, Deer Creek, Haldimand, Norfolk and Waterford North Conservation Areas. These parks are open May - October and offer camping * fishing * canoeing * picnicking * swimming * hiking * and special events. Backus Heritage Conservation Area is home to the 1798 Backhouse Grist Mill National Historic Site. Conservation and heritage education programs are available to schools and other groups at Backus. In addition to providing five campground areas and 2 camping cabins, BHCA provides a museum, heritage village with 20 historic strucutres, a nature centre and facility rentals for weddings, family reunions and meetings. The Long Point Region Memorial Forest is located at the entrance to Backus Heritage Conservation Area, north of Port Rowan. The LPRCA helps landowners to improve their property by providing technical and financial assistance for projects such as tree planting, erosion control, wetland creation, establishing buffers and windbreaks, and other stewardship initiatives.
Spring Lake R. V. Resort
R.V. Resort and Campground. R.V. Sales and Service. Welcome to Spring Lake RV Resort, a place to get away from the heat of the city, to enjoy the beach, lake, swimming, boating, early morning fishing, or maybe a campfire with family and friends... or do nothing at all!!
Trout Lake
Swimming - picnic - family camping - scuba diving. Innerkip Quarry is located near the town of Innerkip, Ontario. Innerkip is approx. 3 hours west of Toronto, just northeast of Woodstock.. Take Hwy 401 west from Toronto and take exit #250. Turn right on Hwy 29 and take it west to the town of Innerkip. Head through town and turn left on George St. and follow it to the Quarry. From 1928 until it flooded in 1937, Innerkip Quarry supplied gravel for use in railway beds. In 1957 it was purchased by its present owners and turned into a recreational facility. It is currently used for camping, swimming, diving, and as a trailer park. Innerkip Quarry is a really fun place that every diver should visit. This is a good place to bring family as well as there is a beach, slide, diving boards, etc. The facilities are good here, there is an air station, washrooms, snack bar, and friendly staff.
Upper Thames River Conservation Authority ~ Pittock Conservation Area (Leash Free Dog Park)
Conservation area * camping, boating * fishing, recreation, boating * Leash Free Dog Park * Pavilion Rental & Event * Trials * part of the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority

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