Amazing Luxury RV Resorts in Eastern Canada
If you love a good road trip like we do, Canada should be on your list of places to visit. Eastern Canada offers the opportunity to experience amazing natural wonders and unique cultures. It also has a robust wine and cider industry that’s worth exploring. We’ve curated this list of five luxury RV resorts in Eastern Canada to help you plan your trip. These resorts are in some stunning settings, and none of them skimp on the amenities.
All prices are accurate as of this writing and are in Canadian dollars.
Craigleith RV Resort and Campground, Clarksburg, Ontario
Nestled on the western shores of the Georgian Bay near the peaks of the Blue Mountains is Craigleith RV Resort and Campground. About two hours north of Toronto, the resort is open from May 1 – October 31 and is just a short drive from the area’s top attractions and restaurants.
A popular skiing destination in the winter, the region is not to be missed during the warmer months. For a breathtaking view of the area, take a quick 15 minute drive to Blue Mountain Village and take the open air gondola to the top. If you’re up for a bit of speed, you can ride the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster while you’re at the resort. Blue Mountain also has a stunning golf course and three spas. The Plunge! Aquatic Centre offers fun for kids of all ages including a rope swing, waterslide, swimming pools, and hot tubs.
If you prefer your watersports be outdoors, the Georgian Bay is just a short drive away from the RV resort and offers great kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The nearby Georgian Hills Winery and Thornbury Village Cider House are also wonderful experiences for those looking for some food tourism spots.
Craigleith RV Resort offers both full hookup sites (30-amp electric service only) and more rustic sites with no hookups. Rates range between $30 and $50 per night depending on the time of year, and seasonal sites are available. All sites have a picnic table, a fire ring, and WiFi access.
Amenities at this pet and family friendly resort include a basketball court, playground, swimming pool, and clubhouse. Craigleith also offers a number of planned activities for the whole family. There are also walking and biking trails that wind through peaceful forests and serene meadows.
Wasaga Dunes, Wasaga Beach, Ontario
On the eastern side of Georgian Bay is Wasaga Dunes RV Resort. Operated by Parkbridge, one of Canada’s premiere RV resort chains, the resort is open from May through mid-October.
Just minutes away from Wasaga beach, the largest freshwater beach in Canada, Wasaga Dunes is the perfect spot for a family getaway. If you need a break from the water, head into the nearby towns of Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, or Elmvale to check out the farmer’s markets. Wasaga Beach also has shops and charming boutiques to explore. If you time your trip right, you might also be able to catch one of the local festivals including Corvette Weekend and the Wasaga Beach Blues Festival.
There are several historic sites in the area including the Nancy Island Historic Site. Costumed interpreters explain the HMS Nancy’s role in the war of 1812. Discovery Harbour is also a great place to explore Canadian maritime history. There are five golf courses to play in the region, including Marlwood Golf & Country Club and Wasaga Sands Golf & Country Club.
Nightly RV sites at Wasaga Dunes start at $65 during the peak months, and seasonal rates are available. Each campsite has 30-amp power, water, sewer, a fire pit, and a picnic table. WiFi is also available. The park has security gates, a laundromat, shower facilities, and an internet lounge.
Onsite activities include weekend wagon rides, horseshoe pits, a playground and jumping pillow, and a recreation hall. There are also two pools – one for families and one for adults. Dirt bike and ATV trail access is nearby, as is a robust hiking and biking trail system.
Beaver Narrows, Pigeon River, Ontario
A little over an hour northeast of Toronto, you’ll find Beaver Narrows Cottage and RV Park. Located on the Pigeon River, this charming RV resort is in the heart of Canada’s Kawartha Lakes region. This park is also open from May through October.
The Kawartha Lakes region is filled with things to explore. Petroglyphs Provincial Park is nearby, as is the Kawartha Downs & Speedway. The nearby towns of Peterborough and Lindsay offer shopping and other family fun. Under Water Dining at Lock 21 is an exclusive dining experience that not only serves amazing food made from local ingredients, but gets you up close to the Peterborough Lock Lift, a National Historic Site. There are also several craft breweries and wineries in the area.
Beaver Narrows RV Park offers a boat dock, launch, and slips right on the Trent-Severn Waterway. The park also has two heated swimming pools, beach volleyball, a 9-hole mini golf course, darts, a playground and horseshoe pits.
Amenities at this luxury RV resort include a convenience store, an on-site restaurant, shower facilities and a laundry room. Overnight rates for partial service RV sites are $60 during peak season. Seasonal rates are available as well.
Lac LaFontaine RV Resort, Saint Jérôme, Quebec
Just 45 minutes from the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, Lac LaFontaine RV Resort is the perfect place to find a little solitude. Situated at the gateway to the Laurentians mountains, the resort is rated 4 stars by Camping Quebec.
The park is located just a short drive from the Mastigouche Wildlife reserve and its many hiking trails. In addition to being a great place to take in the night sky, the nearby Bois de Belle Rivière also offers hiking trails, disc-golf, and a 50,000 square foot dog park.
There are more than a dozen golf courses within 20 minutes of the park, so you’ll have ample opportunity to perfect your game. There are nearly as many wineries and cideries in nearby Montreal, as well as many fine dining options.
As a Parkbridge resort, Lac LaFontaine offers top notch amenities including security gates, laundry facilities, a convenience store, an on-site restaurant and snack bar, and WiFi. You can spend your days lounging at the heated swimming pool or hanging out in the recreation hall. There are basketball and volleyball courts, an arcade with a pool table, a splash pad and shuffleboard. The park is pet friendly, though several breeds are not allowed due to local laws.
Lac Lafontaine offers overnight voyageur camping sites, which are available for short term stays. You can select from full or partial service sites, all of which are private, offer ample outdoor living space, and are ideal for luxury travel trailers. There are also pull through or waterfront sites available. All sites have a fire pit and picnic table, and WiFi is available. Peak rates for RVers are about $45 per night.
Domaine Parc-Estrie, Magog, Quebec
Just a half hour southwest of Sherbrooke, you’ll find the stunning Domaine Parc-Estrie. Awarded 5 stars from Camping Quebec, this amazing RV park is a great getaway in eastern Quebec.
Onsite, this gated resort offers campers many amenities, including a heated pool, wading pool, tennis courts, bocce ball, péntaque (another popular lawn ball game), volleyball, and shuffleboard. There is a community center, arcade, and a bike path. You can even take dance lessons!
Domain Parc-Estrie also has a restaurant and convenience store, laundry, and is pet friendly. All overnight (voyageur) sites include 30-amp service, full or partial hookups, a fire pit, and a picnic table. WiFi is also available. Full service sites are around $50 a night.
Just a short drive away, you’ll find the charming town of Magog, which has great shopping and boutiques. Don’t miss Savon des Cantons, an artisanal soap factory or Le Cep d’Argent, a winery that offers champagne and sparkling wines. You can even plan your trip around the Magog-Orford Wine Festival to soak in the region’s unique bubbly offerings. Fall is a great time to visit the area and enjoy the Mount Orford Foliage Festival.
The region is known for its many golf courses. There’s also horseback riding, nature trails to explore in the Cherry River Marshlands.