Due to Toronto’s position within the densely-populated Golden Horseshoe region, you’ll have to travel away from the city to find somewhere quiet to rest up. The Bronte Creek Provincial Park campground, situated 29 miles (47 kilometres) away, is one of the most convenient RV campgrounds in Toronto. The campground is fairly basic, with sites that provide electrical hookups. While hookups are scarce, you’ll find plenty of amenities to make your stay more comfortable, including water taps, comfort stations, and laundry facilities. Bronte Creek Provincial Park also has loads of outdoor activities to keep your crew happy, including hiking, fishing, and disc golf.
If you’d prefer to stay slightly closer to the city, consider camping at Grangeways RV Park & Family Campground. This campground is located 45 miles (70 kilometres) from Toronto and features 300 sites with full hookups that allow 15/20/30-amp electricity. You’ll find everything you need for a comfortable stay here, including washrooms, laundry facilities, and a grocery store. When you’re not off exploring Toronto, work on your short game at the mini-putt golf course or go fishing in the nearby stream.
Alternatively, check out the campground at Fifty Point Conservation Area if you’re looking for somewhere to stay closer to the U.S. border. The campground is located between Hamilton and Niagara Falls on the edge of Lake Ontario, perfect for a relaxing getaway. Sites come with full hookups and max-amp electricity. Amenities here are limited and include laundry facilities, showers, and restrooms. The Fifty Point Conservation Area is ideal for experiencing the best of Lake Ontario, with a large swimming beach and salmon fishing opportunities.