photo by Sergey Pesterev

Ontario houses both Canada’s largest city, Toronto, and national capital, Ottawa. The province offers over 100 campgrounds for car camping and numerous trails for hiking. Breathtaking scenery is aplenty near many campgrounds. Ontario’s national and provincial parks are ideal for campers of varying experiences.

If you live or stay near Toronto, the table below shows the nearest campgrounds with showers.

Notes about the table:

  • Only provincial and national parks offering online booking are listed.
  • All listed parks will have a least one campground or sector that have showers.
  • Travel time will vary depending on your actual location and road conditions.
  • You can sort the campground by name, travel time, etc.

Click on another city below to see the nearest campgrounds with showers.

Darlington Park Long Point Earl Rowe Craigleith Sibbald Point Emily Balsam McRae Point Mara Bass Awenda Six Mile Silent Oastler Ferris Sandbanks Silent Algonquin (Canisbay) (Mew ) ( of Two Rivers)(Pog ) (Kearney ) (Rock ) Sturgeon Bay Sauble Falls Farms Rondeau Turkey Point Selkirk Rock Point Bronte Creek Arrowhead Grundy Wheatley Sharbot Saint St Peter Bruce Peninsula national georgian bay islands rouge urban iverhuron presqu’ile port burwell killbear pinery